In Nordhavn, a neighborhood in Copenhagen that’s transitioning from fully industrial to residential, the Audo hotel, restaurant, and cafe stands out as a must-visit spot. Created by Danish design brand Menu and Norm Architects, the interior is perfection, blending modern (most of it Menu, of course) and vintage design, as well as art and high-quality products from textiles to slippers. Enjoy a drink or meal at their restaurant, Kampot, or a coffee in the lobby cafe. The rooms are serene and immaculate; this is the ideal oasis after a full day in the city. A big plus: it’s just steps away from the Nordhavn metro stop!
You can’t get more central than Villa Copenhagen, but you wouldn’t know it from the retreat-like atmosphere of the place. Their restaurant, RUG, combines Danish and Italian styles. The lobby bar and cafe is a light-filled, comfortable space where you can relax or set up with a laptop for the afternoon. The real treat? Their sauna and heated outdoor pool, where you’ll find yellow striped umbrellas right out of a 1960s Italian Riviera scene!
The exclusive Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is situated right on the canal waterfront in central Copenhagen on Kalvebod Brygge. With 406 spacious and fully-equipped bedrooms and luxury suites, it is Denmark’s biggest hotel with five-star surroundings and five-star service.
Hotel Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers in Copenhagen is Denmark’s leading hotel within sustainability. Sustainability is incorporated in all aspects of the hotel, and its green profile means that it uses 65 percent less energy than other comparable hotels. The hotel's meeting forest has 60 olive trees and 4,500 green plants and helps emphasize the sustainable profile which is a vocal point in all areas of the hotel.