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Copenhagen is the ultra-stylish capital of Denmark, located along coastal islands that grant it some unforgettable landscapes. Copenhagen is known for its rich history and artistic heritage, full of impressive castles, palaces, and vibrant nightlife.
Along with its elegance, Copenhagen offers a wide selection of opulent boutique hotels.
The Best Boutique Hotels in Copenhagen
71 Nyhavn Hotel
Price: From $246 per night
The understated elegance of 71 Nyhavn Hotel can be found in a converted warehouse from 1805, with great views over the harbor. This authentic boutique destination in Copenhagen gives guests easy access to Amalienborg Palace, with the nearest metro station only minutes away.
Guests can enjoy gourmet Danish breakfast in a unique setting, down in what used to be the warehouse cellar. The breakfast experience is created with Danish traditions in mind, from open-faced sandwiches to an extensive international-influenced buffet. The décor in the breakfast area preserves many original details from the 1800s, making this a beautiful place to enjoy a meal.
Accommodation options include executive rooms, junior suites, and suites. Each of them features a Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary pods, a signature Carpe Diem bed, and luxury toiletries by Karmameju.
Price: From $142 per night
Absalon Hotel can be found in the hip Vesterbro area of Copenhagen, with Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station only minutes away from this sophisticated boutique destination. The hotel is also close to the Kødbyen area, where some of the trendiest bars and eateries in the city can be found.
Guests have bike rentals available at the hotel, along with a delicious complimentary breakfast served Scandinavian-style. In addition, the bar serves eclectic drinks and offers a selection of board games that are ideal for socializing.
Absalon Hotel offers guests access to the state-of-the-art fitness room at its nearby sister hotel, the Andersen. The hotel offers a custom fragrance experience throughout the hotel, with signature scents used in every space.
Rooms at Absalon Hotel are full of colorful accents and feature amenities like organic Karmameju toiletries, a freestanding bathtub or a shower, and a safety box.
Price: From $210 per night
Andersen Hotel can be found in the trendy Vesterbro area, close to Tivoli Gardens and the Copenhagen Central Station. This practical location gives guests easy access to discover the city.
There is a state-of-the-art fitness room open 24/7 where guests can enjoy Technogym equipment. The stylish Lobby Lounge includes a Nespresso coffee machine that guests can use any time they wish to have a hot drink.
The front desk is staffed 24/7, and the hotel treats guests to a complimentary wine hour every afternoon, with a selection of indulgent drinks or coffees. Organic breakfast is served every morning.
Each room at Andersen Hotel features a cooling cabinet, a safety box, tea and coffee-making facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi, hardwood floors, and a spacious bathroom stocked with designer toiletries by Molton Brown.
Price: From $163 per night
Coco Hotel provides an alternative bespoke boutique experience in Copenhagen in the trendy Vesterbro area of the city. The train station is only a few minutes away, with City Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens a short walk away from the hotel.
Guests at Coco Hotel can enjoy the delightful treats on offer at Café Coco, from light bites to organic coffee, all featuring Mediterranean inspiration. The hotel is at the helm of 16 restaurants across the city, and guests can choose between them, from Italian to Japanese.
This sustainable boutique hotel includes a range of accommodation options, from single rooms to junior suites. Each of them features opulent amenities such as premium cotton linens, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, complimentary Wi-Fi, a comfortable workstation, and a spacious en suite bathroom.
Price: From $424 per night
Hotel Sanders can be found in the heart of Copenhagen, right behind the Nyhavn Canal. This convenient location allows guests easy access to the Royal Danish Opera, the Royal Theater, and Christiansborg Palace.
This glamorous boutique destination includes an aperitivo bar on the rooftop, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the city’s true spirit. Breakfast is served at the Sanders Kitchen, where guests and locals can socialize and enjoy all-day dining.
The cocktail bar features signature handcrafted drinks that guests can sip on while enjoying the amazing atmosphere. The stylish courtyard provides an amazing oasis in the middle of the city and is covered during the winter months, allowing all-season fun to happen.
Rooms at Hotel Sanders feature numerous amenities, such as a minibar stocked with soft drinks and treats, a flat-screen TV, a safe, and a kimono robe and slippers.
Hotel Skt. Annæ
Price: From $154 per night
The elegant Hotel Skt. Annæ is located in a building first opened in 1851, right next to the Nyhavn. Guests staying at this stylish Copenhagen boutique destination will be only steps away from Amalienborg Palace and Tivoli Gardens.
The hotel has a trendy bar and restaurant, along with a complimentary gourmet breakfast buffet. On-site parking, bike rentals, private fitness instructors, and laundry and dry cleaning service are available.
There is a charming lounge where guests can socialize or enjoy a drink in front of the cozy fireplace, and the rooftop terrace offers great views over the surrounding area. The hotel is pet-friendly and accepts all dogs under 22 pounds.
Rooms at the Skt. Annæ feature amazing luxurious amenities like a flat-screen TV with Chromecast, complimentary Wi-Fi, a minibar, and a safe.
Price: From $219 per night
The glamorous Kanalhuset can be found in Christianshavn, the historic island full of heritage buildings and charming cobbled streets. This trendy district places visitors close to the Church of our Savior and Freetown Christiania, with Nyhavn, the Royal Theater, and Amalienborg Castle just across the bridge.
The heritage building housing Kanalhuset dates back to 1754 and has been refurbished to provide impressive boutique amenities in a remarkable setting. The hotel has a trendy bar and a restaurant featuring local ingredients and Danish dishes with a twist.
Guests at the Kanalhuset can enjoy various activities organized by the hotel, such as yoga, crocheting and knitting, running, and sessions of vinyasa yoga. Rooms include small, medium, and large options to better accommodate the desires of every traveler. Each room has a spacious en suite bathroom, air conditioning, and central heating.
Price: From $465 per night
This dog-friendly option is an ideal place for those seeking to explore the heart of Copenhagen. The custom interior design at Nimb Hotel features contemporary luxury details, along with Moorish-influenced accents for an added touch of style.
The hotel includes an on-site fine dining restaurant serving French and Scandinavian cuisine, along with a brasserie and an open-face sandwich bistro. There is also a vegetarian-only restaurant focusing on the amazing local ingredients available.
Rooms at Nimb Hotel all include antique furniture pieces, a 4-poster bed, an Apple TV, and state-of-the-art AV equipment by Bang & Olufsen. Each room also has an opulent bathroom with designer toiletries from Meraki.
Price: From $348 per night
Nobis Hotel can be found right next to Tivoli Gardens, allowing guests easy access to some of the best attractions in the city. Visitors can find City Hall Square, Copenhagen Central Station, and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum only steps away from the hotel.
The heritage building housing Nobis Hotel dates back to 1903 and was redesigned in collaboration with Swedish architects to create a hugely luxurious boutique experience in the heart of Copenhagen.
Nobis Hotel gives guests access to the stylish Marble Bar, featuring handcrafted cocktails and vintage-inspired drinks, and to the Noi Restaurant, close to the hotel and focusing on European cuisine.
Rooms feature a writing desk, a minibar, a coffee machine, a walk-in shower with luxurious Byredo toiletries, and a Bluetooth speaker.
Copenhagen has many sights to discover, from the Öresund Bridge leading to Malmö in Sweden to the 18th-century Rococo district, where visitors can find the royal seat of the Danes, Amalienborg Castle. Christiansborg Castle and Rosenborg Castle are also in this area, offering an impressive glimpse into the past of the city.
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