RAD­I­CAL TAKE ON HOS­PI­TAL­ITY THE KRANE HO­TEL

World Travel Magazine - - Just In - CHRIS­TINE LEE

One of the world’s un­ri­valled lux­ury ex­pe­ri­ences can be found in the up-and-com­ing wa­ter­front city of Nord­havn, Copen­hagen where a coal crane has trans­formed into a spec­tac­u­lar one-of-a-kind hide­away for two. The all-black in­te­rior of the Krane Room, a haven for two, pays trib­ute to the ho­tel’s ori­gins with con­tem­po­rary soul. Beau­ti­fully de­signed Scan­di­na­vian fur­ni­ture dis­ap­pears into the ar­chi­tec­ture and sets the stage for the real star - the great show of light dur­ing the day which fos­ters a sense of seren­ity. On the first floor a meet­ing room, called The Glass­box - billed as the place where your mind and imag­i­na­tion meet, is an ele­gantly chic space to host brain­storm­ing ses­sions. Also lo­cated on the first floor, the lighter stone-clad spa is com­plete with bath­tubs big enough to lie in and for­ever views of the har­bour from 25 me­tres high. In­cred­i­ble wa­ter views are also seen from the top floor’s pri­vate ter­race and lounge re­treat. Nearby Pa­per Is­land is a cul­tural des­ti­na­tion, in­clud­ing art gal­leries and street food, so you’ll have plenty to keep your­self oc­cu­pied should you want to leave your Krane-away-from-home.

From top, Penta lounge; Penta Play­er­pad room

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