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Copenhagen Luxury Hotels

Best areas in Copenhagen for luxury hotels

With its stately palaces and masterpiece-filled art museums, Copenhagen is an elegant and upscale city, with the high-end hotels to match. If you’re looking for sheer luxury – think regal guestrooms, plush spa facilities, and fine dining restaurants – then the area to look to is the city center. Here, close to attractions like Tivoli Gardens, you’ll find a selection of deluxe pads that will bring out your inner A-lister, and all within walking distance of must-visit areas like Nyhavn and Christianshavn. Luxury accommodation can also be found close to the international airport.

Top luxury hotels in Copenhagen

Tivoli Hotel is proof that high-end hotels can have a playful side. The guestrooms are colorful, featuring fabrics with quirky graphics, which is fitting because you’ll be in such close proximity to the amusements of Tivoli Gardens. Skt. Petri has a range of chic guestrooms and spacious suites, as well as a ritzy cocktail bar which is the ideal place to kick off a night on the tiles. There’s also a penthouse pad for anyone really wanting to pull out all the stops. Another luxury option is the Imperial Hotel, with its own gourmet Italian restaurant.

Where to find the best fine dining in Copenhagen

Serious food lovers will be in their element, because Copenhagen has fine dining restaurants that are among the very best in the world. The elegant simplicity of New Nordic cuisine – with its passion for foraged vegetables and smoked meats – is showcased in sleek restaurants throughout the city center and in the Christianshavn district. From dark, gamey venison to salt-baked celeriac, there are ingredients to titillate and dazzle the palate. Look as well to Frederiksberg, a posh part of town with its own array of genteel, fashionable eateries.

The most unique things to do in Copenhagen

Want to see relics from the Viking age up close? Then the National Museum of Denmark has to be on your to-do list. It’s a treasure trove of artefacts from across the ages, including objects from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. One standout is the Trundolm Sun Chariot, a Nordic statue of a horse and chariot which is a gleaming symbol of a vanished time. Regal splendor awaits at Christiansborg Palace, a Neo-Baroque fortress which sits on the island of Slotsholmen and is the seat of Danish power. Take a guided tour of the royal reception rooms and gasp in admiration at the gilded walls and rich tapestries. The Royal Kitchen has also been restored and is well worth seeing. For a lavish night out, take in a performance at the Copenhagen Opera House, a venue clad in marble, maple, and gold.

Best ways to get around Copenhagen

The best way to see Copenhagen is on foot. Put on those comfy shoes and take a relaxed stroll by the tranquil canals, and past the 17th-century houses, to soak up the atmosphere of this sumptuous harbor city. If you do need to get somewhere quickly, you can simply make use of the efficient metro system, which runs all day and all night, with trains coming every few minutes. Taxis are also readily available if you’d like to explore beyond the center.

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