4 H ot Copen­hagen ho­tels

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A for­mer elec­tri­cal trans­former sta­tion is one of the less ob­vi­ous places for a so­journ in the Dan­ish cap­i­tal. The façade of bronze slats makes this cen­trally lo­cated struc­ture stand out from the crowd and, once in­side, you’ll dis­cover that Brøch­ner Ho­tels has given the in­te­ri­ors a dis­tinct in­dus­trial charm. For vis­i­tors want­ing to sam­ple Nordic cui­sine in a cosy set­ting, try Roxie the ho­tel’s restau­rant. From around £320 per night. brochner-ho­tels.com


Due to open in Jan­uary 2019, this bou­tique ho­tel oc­cu­pies Stor­age Cel­lar 3 and the Malt Cham­ber of what used to be the Carls­berg brew­ery for 150 years. An­other city cen­tre ven­ture by Brøch­ner Ho­tels, it’s lo­cated just a stroll from the Meat­pack­ing District and the hub of the cap­i­tal’s nightlife scene. The 156-room ho­tel will be a first for the Carls­berg City District and will in­clude an event space, two bars, a café and rooftop restau­rant with a ter­race view of the city. brochner-ho­tels.com


El­e­gant but not os­ten­ta­tious, the smart 54-room Ho­tel San­ders opened in au­tumn last year to al­most uni­ver­sal ac­claima­tion. It’s eclec­tic in­te­ri­ors ref­er­ence its lo­ca­tion with Dan­ish colo­nial style en­sur­ing it lives up to Copen­hagen’s rep­u­ta­tion for cosy and chic. The high­light is the fifth-floor con­ser­va­tory with re­tractable roof, while the bright San­ders Kitchen serves an all-day menu. From around £325 a night. ho­tel­sanders.com


The Meat­pack­ing District is Copen­hagen’s hip­ster hub, where “bridg­ing” means shar­ing a beer, not bor­row­ing money. Ex­pe­ri­ence it your­self at this just-opened ho­tel, the eighth in the city for Nordic com­pany Scandic Ho­tels. Scandic Kødbyen pays trib­ute to the in­dus­trial his­tory of the area, while also cel­e­brat­ing its trendy bars and gal­leries. The ho­tel has 370 rooms, as well as 1,900 sqm of event space and a restau­rant. Around £150 a night. scan­di­cho­tels.com

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