Copenhagen is a city which has seen a meteoric rise in incoming tourists. The city received 8.8 million guests in 2018, and there was a 74% increase in tourism over the past decade. Don’t get left behind! The city has a lot to offer which you will love.
If you need help with finding the right accommodation, Copenhagen has some seriously cool boutique hotels. Read on to discover where to stay in Copenhagen.
1) Hotel Danmark
Hotel Danmark consists of two buildings. Both are protected by the government and have been around since 1792 and 1969. So your accommodation is a piece of history on its own.
The hotel has a stunning rooftop terrace & bar with 360-degree views over the city. Bonus? The hotel suites offer all-inclusive drinks during your entire stay. Moreover, you can make use of all other features such as your fitness kit, a workspace, and even a daily wine hour.
You will love the bright and spacious rooms of this venue. Every room contains smart solutions as well as beautiful decorations inspired by Bertel Thorvaldsen.
2) Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is at a perfect central location in the city. Take a stroll to The Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square or the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum. You should enjoy the Scandinavian architecture the city offers. The building of the hotel itself has been standing since 1903!
You can choose from a diverse selection of rooms. Do you fancy a suite or a penthouse? All suites come with a Meraki Spa package, free access to the hotel’s fitness centre, and more. You will love the spacious sofa and Swedish armchairs. The superior quality of the hotel makes you feel like royals during your entire stay.
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3) Hotel Sanders
Hotel Sanders is situated in the historic centre of Copenhagen. It is just beyond the Nyhavn Canal. The area has plenty to offer in terms of restaurants and contemporary art galleries. You should check out the royal residences of Amalienborg Palace, the old stage of the Royal Theatre, Christiansborg Palace and the Royal Danish Opera.
The luxurious rooms of this hotel each come with a specific style and design. You can choose between single coupé rooms to apartments.
Make use of the hotel’s all-day dining restaurant or the glass-covered roof terrace on the fifth floor. If that’s not enough, Hotel Sanders has an award-winning cocktail bar. Perfect for a visit at the end of your day.
4) Nimb Hotel
Nimb Hotel is an exclusive boutique hotel like no other. The hotel’s intimate, homely vibe will make you want to stay longer than you planned.
Nimb knows what kind of magic an in-room fireplace can bring. You can imagine yourself relaxing here with a cup of coffee or tea after a long day of sightseeing.
The luxurious suites are comfortable and come with a balcony or terrace overlooking the Tivoli Gardens. Next to that, the hotel will provide you with access and unlimited ride tickets!
Depending on your dedication, you can either enjoy or dread the hotel’s wellness and fitness centre. There’s a CrossFit area, Moroccan hammam, and relaxation lounge.
5) Manon Les Suites
Manon Les Suites has a bohemian luxury that combines with a festive atmosphere. The hotel is just minutes away from the iconic Copenhagen lakes, Tivoli Gardens, and Central Copenhagen.
The hotel’s rooftop restaurant offers incredible views of the city. Enjoy a glass of wine, beer, soft drinks or a signature cocktail.
The hotel suites allow smaller or larger groups to stay together. The poolside suite is standout. The Jungle Fish Pool area is two steps from your door, and it’s a first-class example of the hotel’s raw and urban style.
You will also have access to the steam room and sauna. Just try to leave and see the city at least once!
6) Floating Hotel CPH LIVING
Yes, it’s real. Copenhagen has a floating hotel right next to the Lille Langebro bridge and the Københavns Havn.
Each of the twelve hotel rooms onboard offers panoramic views of the harbour and the city. This boutique hotel amplifies a maritime atmosphere with specialised Danish furniture. The rooms come with heated flooring, comfortable beds, and all the necessities you need from a hotel.
You will enjoy a free breakfast from the crew as well as free coffee and other hot drinks to keep you warm.
By choosing this accommodation, you will also help the environment! The hotel has reduced its CO2 emissions considerably through the use of a geothermal heating system. This fascinating concept extracts heat from seawater.
Guldensmeden’s Babette Hotel is neighbour to major attractions such as the Royal Palace and the Little Mermaid. Definitely visit Kastellet when you’re here – the star-shaped fortress, commissioned by Frederik III in 1662, is just across from the hotel.
The hotel offers various rooms, so you can choose to stay in a single room or a small suite. The interior can be described as ‘Nordic-meets-Bali’ and is unique, to say the least. Enjoy a view of the hotel’s courtyard with a glass in hand.
8) Ascot Hotel
Ascot Hotel is a classic 4-star hotel with a luxurious atmosphere. Close to the Central Station and the Town Hall Square, it’s an accessible choice for international guests. You will also be in walking distance of the shopping street Strøget and Tivoli Gardens.
The hotel is built in and around one of Copenhagen’s ancient and elegant public baths. The layout is still visible and provides your stay with a unique experience.
This hotel has 144 different rooms which vary from a single room to a Super Deluxe room. Whichever you choose, all the rooms are bright and inviting.
You should check out Uformel and the Nordic cuisine during your stay. It is just next door!
9) 71 NYHAVN Hotel
71 NYHAVN Hotel is located in well-preserved warehouses which date back to the 16th century. The nearby harbour is a nice neighbour for your stay. It’s a popular spot for both local and international visitors.
The hotel has a variety of suites and executive rooms available for you and other guests – there are 130 newly renovated rooms, so it’s great for larger groups. Breakfast is included with all of them.
You should make sure to enjoy all the included luxuries within the rooms. The minibar, exclusive karmameju bath products, and view on the water are only some examples.
10) Hotel Alexandra
Hotel Alexandra is influenced by the owner’s grandfather, a painter and Head of Exhibitions at the Louisiana Museum in Denmark. Danish Mid-Century design is found in every corner of the hotel. You should ask the staff about it. All are trained in the knowledge of Danish design.
The authentic, retro-styled boutique hotel offers a local charm to visitors. The walls of this historic building are over 100 years old!
There is a wide choice of rooms and suites. Make sure to look around if you opt for a suite. The items within the Collector Suite are all for sale if you want to bring a piece home.
You will love Copenhagen. It is essential to choose the right accommodation during your stay. You will enjoy walking around the city and exploring the culture before relaxing at your boutique hotel.
You should make sure to read the Copenhagen City Guide to learn more about the city to complete your experience. Meet the Danes, explore the city centre, and come home with new stories. Have a great stay!
Fearured image: Nobis Hotel Copenhagen via Nobis Hotel Copenhagen