Copenhagen 4-Star Hotels
ABOVE: The Copenhagen Admiral
Hotel. INSET BELOW: Outdoors at the Hotel Twentyseven.
A renovated 18th Century brick granary in Nyhavn houses a modern, comfortable
hotel that overlooks the water and is just a short walk from both the Strøget
pedestrian zone and Amalienborg Palace. You can also reach the Langelinie cruise
terminal on foot if you don't mind a long walk with a roller bag.
This Best Western affiliate has no-smoking rooms and allows pets. It's located
in the city center, about 400 meters from Kongens Nytorv.
First Hotel Vesterbro
The centrally located First Hotel Vesterbro was Copenhagen's first all-new hotel
building in 15 years when it opened in 1999. The 403 rooms have Spanish cherry
furniture on parquet floors. Half are set aside for non-smokers, and five rooms
are equipped for disabled guests.
The Imperial Hotel is a member of the Golden Tulip group. It's near
the Vesterport S-train station, about 300 meters from the main railway station
and Tivoli Gardens.
With a location near Rådhuspladsen
(Copenhagen's main square) and Strøget (Europe's longest pedestrian street),
this four-star deluxe hotel is convenient to sightseeing and shopping. It has an
English theme, and its bar--the John Bull Pub--caters to both foreign visitors
and Danish Anglophiles. Celebrity guests have ranged from Desmond Tutu to Boy
This 300-year-old building has been a mansion, a 19th Century luxury hotel, the
Allied military headquarters after World War II, and the offices of the Danish
Communist Party. In 1991, it reopened as a hotel in Copenhagen's financial
Trendiness is the Twentyseven's stock in trade, so don't come here if you're the
sort of person who lounges around the lobby in a baseball cap (unless it's a
designer baseball cap and you're trying to be ironic). The
Icebar CPH is on
Top photo copyright © Copenhagen Admiral Hotel.
Inset photo copyright © Hotel Twentyseven.
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