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Copenhagen for Couples

Copenhagen for Couples December 21, 2011 | Hotels, Romantic | Read More
For a romantic couple’s weekend, Copenhagen has a lot to offer: Less crowded than Venice, cleaner and quieter than Paris, it has old world charm, pretty bridges over historic canals, and restaurants to lose yourselves in. Here are three contrasting options for a Valentine’s city break that allow...

Hotel Alternatives in Copenhagen

Hotel Alternatives in Copenhagen November 25, 2011 | Hotels, Kid Friendly | Read More
The usual ingredient in any vacation package, a hotel isn’t an essential one. Whether you’re part of a family hunting out sufficient beds for all three kids at affordable rates or simply find an overpriced hotel room cramps your style, there are alternatives—even in big cities like Copenhagen. Copenhagen...

Copenhagen’s Ørestad Unveils Business Hotel Deluxe

Copenhagen’s Ørestad Unveils Business Hotel Deluxe May 13, 2011 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Scandinavia’s largest design hotel, the Bella Sky Comwell, opens this Sunday in Copenhagen’s dynamic  Ørestad neighborhood. With 23 floors, 814 rooms and 30 meeting and conference rooms, the Bella Sky Hotel and Conference Center has been designed by architect firm 3XM and is made up of two...

Copenhagen Hotel Restaurants: Forget the Room, Book a Table

Copenhagen Hotel Restaurants: Forget the Room, Book a Table April 28, 2011 | Food, Hotels | Read More
Scratch what you think you know about hotel restaurants. Some of Copenhagen’s coolest dining spots are to be found inside its hotels, and even if you can’t quite afford to sleep in five-star luxury, you can still chow down in style. Kubrik design and penthouse views Named after the hotel’s founder,...

Copenhagen’s Top Spa Hotels

Copenhagen’s Top Spa Hotels September 16, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
Over the last decade, Copenhagen has developed into an ideal spot to pamper yourself with a spa or wellness treatment. And whether you’re going for the full health resort stay or simply want to relax with a morning of calming massage, steam baths and essential oils before heading out to explore...

Scandic Palace Hotel Turns 100

Scandic Palace Hotel Turns 100 July 14, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
Under the headline ‘an international hotel in the middle of Copenhagen’, the newly-built Palace Hotel opened to the public at 3pm on July 15 1910 not with speeches and fanfares, but with complimentary tea and cake to the city’s residents. In keeping with this tradition, the recently restored hotel,...

World’s first design hotel turns fifty

World’s first design hotel turns fifty June 29, 2010 | Five Star, Hotels | Read More
The five-star Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen turns fifty on July 1, 2010 – marking half a decade since the birth of the world’s first design hotel. ‘One great big playground, with 22 floors to explore.’ This was how today’s hotel director, Roy Al Kappenberger, described the Royal when...

New hotels with a new outlook

New hotels with a new outlook April 22, 2010 | Hotels, What's New | Read More
Copenhagen’s latest wave of hotels are not just for the budget-minded – they also have plenty to offer environmentally-conscious travellers. It used to be that options for lodging in Copenhagen were pretty limited. Despite having plenty of perfectly adequate hotels, city sleeps were all much the...
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