Most of us seek southward when it comes to planning summer vacations, cause we just want to be sure of the weather! But why not plan a weekend getaway to the Danish capital? During summer, Copenhagen is a lively city bursting with outdoor life, restaurants and hotel offers! Keep reading for a bit of holiday inspiration.
Historical design hotel
As beautiful Scandinavia can be during winter, as splendid it is during summer! That’s more accurately expressed when the sun is shining and people are hanging out in public parks, on street corners and along the city’s charming channels. But where to start? Where to stay?
One of my own favorite areas in Copenhagen is the area around Tivoli and the main central station, where you will also find historical design hotels and lots of restaurants. For this area, Secret Escapes are currently running a campaign for the 4-star Hotel Imperial, which first opened its doors in 1958. You can drop in for a coffee or a light lunch, or even better – stay here! It is definitely a must-see for design lovers, as the entire 4th floor is dedicated to the famous Danish cabinet maker Børge Mogensen. On the ground floor, guests will also find an Italian restaurant (L’Appetito) as well as a cosy coffee bar and the largest cinema in Scandinavia; Imperial!
Modern business hotel
If you appreciate modern architecture and a calmer environment than the buzzing city center, it’s recommended to visit for example Sydhavnen. A part of the city, which has been rapidly developing for the past year’s. You can catch a harbor bus from here to the center and all the major attractions are still within reach. Sydhavnen has always been a working district with heavy architecture, but during the past 10 year’s it has changed a lot. Today, one can see modern architecture and large cooperations growing in each corner. And the view to the harbor is quite amazing at sunset. Secret Escapes currently offers nights for reduced prices at First Hotel Copenhagen, which is suitable for everyone appreciating a modern and vibrant environment. The keywords are business, design and modernity.
This article is sponsored by Secret Escapes