Top 5 romantic spots in Copenhagen

Valentine’s is approaching and what better way to spoil your loved one than by inviting her on a  long weekend to a place she’d never been before. The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, might just be that place if you’re in it for the elegance, comfort and chic-factor. Pack your bags and go explore this romantic city of the north!

Restaurant: Geranium

You’d like to invite your date somewhere exclusive and excuisite. And yes, the world’s best restaurant, Noma, is situated in Copenhagen, but little does it help if you didn’t make a reservation several months in advance. If you did – go for it, but if not we’ll urge you to pay Geranium a visit! This beautiful two star Michelin-restaurant is, in our opinion, worth the title as well! The chef is no one less than Rasmus Koefod, who was nominated the world’s best chef in 2011.



Spa: Amazing Space

Spa treatments are absolutely perfect for romantic get-aways. If you’re in Copenhagen there’s no better place to recharge your batteries than in the luxurious spa of the five star hotel d’Angleterre. Amazing Space is truly elegant and you’ll receive the best treatments possible by highly trained spa and massage therapists. I can recommend the ’Romantic Moment’ consisting of warm oil body massage, a romantic spa bath, fresh fruits and champagne cocktails.



Hotel: The Pheonix

In the heart of the city you’ll find this beautiful and elegant hotel. The first thing one notices when entering the hotel is a marble lobby and pleasant harp music – and the very friendly and helpful staff.

This romantic spot was built more than 300 years ago and it’s located just a stone’s throw from the charming area of Nyhavn. Many rooms have their own jacuzzis.



Museum: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

You’ll probably want to explore the city once you’re there and there’s no better way to start your round trip than visiting Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. It serves as a museum for splendid art and sculptures and the stunning winter garden works great with the idea of true romance. The glass domed ceiling and water fountains frames the atmosphere and suggests you to stay a little longer. Remember to try one of the mouth watering cakes or light dishes from the small café.



Champagne bar: Balthazar

This sleek and trendy champagne bar takes its name after a 12 litre champagne bottle. The bar is located just next to the luxurious Hotel d’Angleterre and guests usually count business people and local jet setters. Spoil your sweetheart with a glass of exquisite vintage champagne or one of the signature cocktails – and round it off with some caviar.



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    • Regitse Cecillie Rosenvinge

      Hi Tine!
      I’ve already visited Ghent a couple of times and yes, it’s absolutely amazing! I love their cafés as well!
      xxx Regitse

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