Hotels in Denmark
Check out one of the city’s bicycles—free with a refunded coin deposit—at any of the more than 100 bike-share stations peppered throughout the city’s core.
The historic Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is housed inside a 1787 warehouse neighboring Amalienborg, the royal residence, and overlooking the Royal Opera and the harbor. Each of the hotel’s 366 guest rooms and suites features a unique design created by the country’s top interior decorators.
The fitness center, on the first floor of the all-glass Front Hotel, overlooks the modern Copenhagen Opera House designed by Henning Larsen, the canal, and—in summer—boats of every descripti
The First Hotel Skt. Petri is an upscale designer hotel that has earned a following among celebrities and elite travelers. Located inside the former home of the Dalle Valle department store, the hotel is conveniently located in the Latin Quarter, near boutique shopping.
The Hotel Guldsmen Aarhus may only have 27 rooms, but its organic themes and tranquil setting continue to draw visitors. Organic, natural products are the focus here, from the toiletries to the breakfast buffet.
The 24-room hotel is owned by Danish ballet dancer Alexander Kolpin.
Right next to Town Hall—and close to the Tivoli Gardens and the Strøget shops—the Square is emphatically unsquare, with scarlet Arne Jacobsen Egg chairs in the lobby and striking photographs lining the halls.
Centrally located in Vestrbro near Tivoli Gardens, the 129-room Axel Hotel Guldsmeden is housed in a traditional five-story building with an all-white facade designed by Marc Weinert.
The Bertrams Hotel Guldsmeden is committed to welcoming its guests. It starts at the cheerful entryway, which feels like that of a private residence, and continues into the light-filled dining room and courtyard with its voluptuous breakfast spread.
This family-friendly hotel, designed by London's Foster + Partners, is conveniently located just a 12-minute walk from the Tivoli Gardens. The 396 guest rooms feature brightly colored artwork, linens, and furnishings in shades of red, yellow, and blue.
To launch its latest car, Volkswagen commissioned 21 international graphic designers, graffiti artists, and illustrators to renovate the 61-room Hotel Fox, where the wildly fantastic décor is the draw.
Denmark’s architectural history is on display here as Emil Blichfeldt, the man who designed the arched entrance to the neighboring Tivoli Gardens, created the hotel’s original 1899 structure. Inside, patterned Missoni bedspreads brighten the 68 basic rooms.
Housed within a cream-colored building from 1889, this small, family-owned hotel has just 29 rooms and is within walking distance of both the Central Station and the Tivoli Gardens.