Aarhus

Aarhus Travel Guide

Articles about Aarhus

By Jaime Gross
Where to Stay The 27-room Hotel Guldsmeden Aarhus (40 Guldsmedgade; 45-86/134-550; www.hotelguldsmeden.dk; doubles from $205, including breakfast) is done up in French colonial style (dark woods, white linens, Oriental rugs on hardwood floors) an...

Hotels in Aarhus

Owned and operated by Annette and Steen Stenstrup, Villa Provence is a small French-style hotel in the middle of Aarhus. Forty-one guest accommodations, including suites and apartments, are each rustically decorated with patchwork quilts on iron or wooden four-poster beds.

Restaurants in Aarhus

Literally meaning "forwards and backwards," Forlaens & Baglaens is a small tapas bar serving authentic Spanish-inspired dishes predominately centered on fish and homemade breads. Tables and chairs are arranged close together in a cozy, casual atmosphere that is conducive to sharing.

Things to do in Aarhus

After having previously closed its doors, Castenskiold re-opened in late 2011 as Castenskiold Food & Nightlife. The new concept of a cafe by day, nightclub with DJs and dancing after dark, draws crowds, proving the three owners' catering expertise.