Set right on the waterfront, the Admiral’s decor takes heavy influence from its nautical roots, the lobby filled with elaborate model ships and canons that will fill you with an instant sense of history.
There is no question as to why the Avenue Hotel has gained the reputation as one of Copenhagen’s most chic and affordable boutique hotels, offering 68 designer rooms, a delightful wooden patio, laid back lounge and attractive bar area.
Copenhagen’s CMYK kld is a stage for Denmark’s independent art and design world, displaying works of over fifty local artists at any given time, with decent prices allowing everyone to take home a piece of the glory.
Hotel Twentyseven is the kind of haven you check yourself into just to wonder why you would even bother to think about leaving the room.
Scandic Front Hotel centrally located in Copenhagen is more about the location than the property itself, situated in the heart of the popular Nyhavn area.
Forget everything you think you know about how a hotel should look and leave your expectations at the door as you enter Hotel Fox in Copenhagen.
One look at the fabulous frontage of Nimb with its palace-like grandeur will literally take your breath away. This property is rich in family history and after the most recent major refurbishment in 2008, this hotel is once again truly fit for a king.
Often referred to as the city’s leading design hotel, it is no surprise that Copenhagen’s First Hotel Skt. Petri was named Scandinavia’s Best Hotel by CNBC.
We’ve all heard about the new sensation of “ice” themed bars that keep popping up around the world, where the entire decor, furniture and even the drinks themselves are made from ice and snow.
The Arken Museum of Modern Art is only a short train ride south of the city and is worth the trip for the striking architecture of the building alone.
A place for connoisseurs of modern design to load up on the trendiest and sleekest of almost everything, from furniture, to stationery, to gardening utensils and almost everything in between.
This store is quaint and full of charm, but the shelves are laden with modern day remakes of regular household items like bowls and jugs, in gorgeous vibrant ceramics that are both useful and works of art.
With a store almost as new as the products it sells, the Uh La La studio and brand were created by a young Danish designer, Julie Bonde Bülck in November 2010.
Somewhere in recent five years, cupcakes became the hottest new treat in gourmet treats, with boutique stores popping up all over the place and many replacing their traditional wedding cake with piles of divine looking cupcakes.
Cofco is Copenhagen’s answer to a traditional English pub, with a modern day twist.
Take a turn off Copenhagen’s busiest shopping street, the Stroget, and you will stumble upon Plint with its bright, bold colors and happy vibe beckoning you to enter.
Known as one of Copenhagen’s leading electronic music venues, Culture Box has been bringing the beats since 2005.
Citron is an absolute gem of a store, where the word ‘adorable’ just won’t cut it.
At Era Ora the staff believe that dining should be a complete sensory experience and that the joy of preparing and enjoying quality food should never be rushed.
Initially an independent t-shirt label, as Wood Wood flourished in popularity the store now houses an incredible range of streetwear which combines elements of quirky high end fashion with underground style.