If you believe those annual world happiness and well-being lists, Copenhagen is the most “liveable” city, or so says Monocle magazine anyway. Is it also the most “visitable” city? The answer, as one of the city’s larger brewers might say, is “probably”.
A Moorish-inspired palace located in Europe’s oldest fairground with 17 impeccably designed Danish-style bedrooms, complete with open fires and enormous freestanding bathtubs.
This one-of-a-kind hotel – the latest addition to the Guldsmeden group’s properties in Copenhagen – has proved an instant hit, thanks to a sun-trap roof terrace and roomy apartment suites set around a dramatic central pool area.
SKT. PETRI is one of just a handful of five-star hotels in Copenhagen and aims for a laid-back luxury feel, combining recently revamped, design-conscious interiors with casual dining options and an ‘all welcome’ approach.
Fresh from a recent makeover, Hotel Danmark is looking good and feeling buzzy, with small but handsome bedrooms and a mix of classic and modern Danish design, topped off by a popular rooftop terrace that’s open to locals as well as guests.
A distinctive landmark on the Copenhagen skyline, this four-star hotel is all modern Scandi style, from its striking silhouette (two tilting glass and aluminium towers, linked by a sky bridge) to its light-filled interiors, design-conscious rooms and excellent New Nordic restaurant.