Hotels in Copenhagen
Hotel Christian IV
Avenue Hotel Copenhagen
Andersen Boutique Hotel
Fashion, design and dining out
Scandinavia’s coolest city is known for its innovative fashion and design scene, but it’s also compact and easy to navigate, with bicycle-friendly cobbled streets and sherbet-coloured townhouses interspersed with quirky galleries and boutiques.
Copenhagen is also the place to try New Nordic cuisine – Noma was voted the World’s Best Restaurant in 2014, but there are many lesser-known but excellent restaurants where chefs are experimenting with local produce; the city has no less than 15 Michelin-starred restaurants.
There’s plenty to see, such as several royal palaces, ancient churches, world-class museums, art galleries and striking modern architecture. There’s also plenty for families, including an amusement park and aquarium. Read more about our hotels in Copenhagen.
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