Going to Copenhagen anytime soon? Then check out one of these five new hotels. Ranging from luxury hostel to eco-friendly boutique hotel; there’s something for every taste.
Manon les Suites
The newest addition to the sustainable hotel-family of Guldsmeden Hotels, is the laid-back Manon les Suites in the heart of Copenhagen. It’s ideal for families or travelers craving lots of space; there are 87 suites, a large wellness and pool area, and a restaurant on top. All the main attractions are located within walking distance. More info.
Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
A new five star hotel has seen the light of day in Copenhagen. The latest addition to the Nobis-family is this property, which is located inside the former Royal Danish Academy of Music. The building itself is from 1903, but the interior and style of the hotel is inspired both by the classic and the contemporary. Nobis is situated a few hundred meters from the Central Station and is thus the ideal place to stay, if you’re looking to explore the Danish capital, but wish to stay in elegant and stylish surroundings. More info.
STAY Seaport Apartment Hotel
53 spacious design apartments, each between 40 m2-200 m2, with beautiful ocean views. What more could you ask for? STAY is already renowned for their hotel apartments, but this property is brand new, bringing even more minimalistic, contemporary design to Copenhagen. STAY Seaport also has a rooftop, a Gym and, we must say, spectacular views of the Copenhagen harbor and the ocean. Each kitchen in the apartments are fully equipped with appliances from KitchenAid. Ideal for families or business travelers. More info.
Copenhagen’s latest luxury boutique hotel is nestled amongst old historical buildings, art galleries and theaters. It’s all about simple elegance with an emphasis on a ‘home-away-from-home’ feeling. Details are carefully catered for, and rooms range from Coupé to Apartments and Master Bedroom Suites. This hotel will open on November 1st. More info.
Quite exceptionally, this hotel lands on our list, cause it’s neither a luxury nor a boutique hotel. It’s a luxury hostel! Steel House still deserves a mention, cause every detail is catered for and the location is prime! Located inside the former building of Danish Metal’s Union, just a stone’s throw from all the major sights, Steel House lives up to its name. The hotel offers a café, a bar, a communal kitchen and a pool. Rooms have either 6 or 4 beds, perfect for families and younger travelers, or standard double or single rooms. More info.