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Most popular areas in Copenhagen for 4-star hotels

With its picturesque canals, acclaimed eateries, and plethora of cultural attractions, it’s little wonder Copenhagen draws in so many visitors every year, and there are hotels to suit all budgets. If 4-star indulgence is what you’re after, consider the city center, which has many hotels of this standard close to Tivoli Gardens and the waterways. Alternatively, look to Nyhavn – a charmingly quirky quarter that was once home to Hans Christian Andersen, and whose brightly colored 17th and 18th-century townhouses have become enduring symbols of Copenhagen.

Top 4-star hotels in Copenhagen

As the name suggests, Tivoli Hotel is the place to stay if you want to immerse yourself in the pleasures of Tivoli Gardens, with its theme park and concert venues. The hotel boasts a steakhouse where dry aged meats are seared to perfection. Radisson Blue Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagen offers views of Stadsgraven Canal, and has guestrooms evoking the colors of autumn and spring. The striking twin towers of the AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Hotel are a stone’s throw from the Bella Center exhibition space, and features a sleek spa with hot beds and sauna.

Where to find the best restaurants in Copenhagen

The city center is dotted with restaurants serving elegant, locally foraged examples of New Nordic cuisine – think gamey venison, rich fruity sauces, and home-smoked fish. Christianshavn is another hotspot for intrepid foodies on the hunt for traditional Danish dishes, while trendy Norrebro is where you can find up-scale Thai cuisine and Middle Eastern restaurants. Nyhavn is lined with eateries where you can dine on the region’s much-loved open-faced sandwiches, and mouth-watering cured seafood, while sat outside by the tranquil canals.

The most popular things to do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen has palaces a-plenty, and one particular highlight is Amalienborg. Home to the Danish royal family, it is a unique arrangement of 4 identical stately homes, all designed in the Rococo style, which face each other across a handsome courtyard. The vast equestrian statue of King Frederick V makes a great photo opportunity, as does the daily changing of the guard. The National Gallery of Denmark is the nation’s largest art museum and showcases both Danish masterpieces and works by acclaimed international masters – particularly Matisse. Stroget is the must-visit thoroughfare for shopping addicts, being lined by exclusive designer boutiques and big high street brands – keep an eye out for the flamboyant street performers, too. Afterwards, have another dose of high culture at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, a museum noted for sculptures by the likes of Degas and Rodin.

Best ways to get around Copenhagen

There are plenty of buses available in Copenhagen, although the most efficient form of public transport has to be the metro trains. These run very regularly, at all hours of the day and night. Copenhagen is very much a walker’s city, though, and simply ambling by the canals and exploring the cobbled streets is a pleasurable activity in itself. You can also emulate the locals by hiring a bicycle, taking advantage of how bike-friendly the city is.

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