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Lonely Planet (UK) - - Best Travel 2019 -


Close to the bars and cafés of the meat­pack­ing district, Ur­ban House has postin­dus­trial dé­cor, and pub­lic spa­ces in­clud­ing a games room, cinema room, retro laun­drette and tat­too par­lour (bunk beds from £15; pri­vate dou­ble rooms from £63; meininger- ho­tels.com).


Re­cently re­mod­elled, Ho­tel Dan­mark has a lobby/bar dou­bling up as a con­cept store, and dig­i­tal check-in, so you use your phone in­stead of keys. But the restau­rant is a time­warp, serv­ing tra­di­tional smør­re­brød among retro de­sign (bunk beds from £73 per night via airbnb.com; pri­vate dou­ble rooms from £140 via brochner-ho­tels.com).


Lo­cated by the Royal Dan­ish Play­house, Ho­tel San­ders has been el­e­gantly fur­nished with an­tiques, mar­ble and vel­vet by its owner, a former prin­ci­pal dancer with the Royal Bal­let. There’s a rooftop bar, and break­fast is served in a cov­ered court­yard with a wood­burn­ing stove (from £260 per night; ho­tel­sanders.com).

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