Written by Niklas Søgaard the

With some of the world's best restaurants, a spectacular culture scene and renowned furniture design, Denmark is definitely worth a visit!⁠ If you're planning a stay in Copenhagen, we've listed 10 hand-picked boutique hotels for you to consider. We've paid particular attention to the atmosphere, interiors and service, which will contribute to a comfortable and pleasant stay in the city. 










Hotel Sanders

Hotel Sanders' rooftop


Hotel Sanders offers genuine cosiness combined with Danish design, personal service and a homely feel. The hotel is a hidden pearl behind The Royal Theatre and enclosed by the Nyhavn Canal. Within a few minutes walk you will find the royal residences of Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace, and the Royal Danish Opera. The tranquil boutique hotel consists of 54 rooms with handpicked and bespoken furniture where much of them come from our collection of vintage furniture. The hotel features an excellent restaurant and cocktail bar which is a place you’ll find hard to let go.   



Location: Tordenskjoldsgade 15, 1055 Copenhagen


Visit Hotel Sanders' website here









Hotel Alexandra

The Arne Jacobsen suite at Hotel Alexandra


When you step into Hotel Alexandra, you are immediately taken back to the golden age of Danish design. The hotel's interior was originally designed by renowned architects Tove & Edvard Kindt-Larsen, but has since been thoroughly renovated. We are proud to have contributed to the hotel's large collection of world-famous Danish vintage furniture, and with its 61 uniquely decorated rooms, Hotel Alexandra gives you the opportunity to see and live with the Danish design culture. Alexandra is located just around the corner from the main shopping area ‘Strøget' and the Tivoli Gardens.


Location: H. C. Andersens Blvd. 8, 1553 Copenhagen


Visit Hotel Alexandra's website here









Hotel d'Anglettere

A suite at Hotel d'Anglettere with a view of the Royal Danish Theatre

A historic and iconic luxury 5-star hotel in the center of Copenhagen. The very spacious and elegantly furnished suites and rooms are individually decorated to offer the best possible atmosphere whether you are relaxing or working. Celebrated for its elegance, luxury and style, d’Angleterre embodies the perfect balance between the stately Victorian architecture of the historic building and the graceful simplicity of contemporary Nordic design. The result is a uniquely elegant combination of rich materials, surfaces, shapes and tones. At d’Angleterre, the guest can dine at the Michelin-starred restaurant Marchal, enjoy cocktails and champagne and relax in the spa and swimming pool.   


Location: Kongens Nytorv 34, 1050 Copenhagen


Visit Hotel d'Angleterre's website here









The Darling Guest House

Living room of guest house


The Darling is an exclusive and sophisticated guest house, decorated as a private home and filled to the brim with Danish design icons. The residence features everything from Hans J. Wegner and Børge Mogensen to Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjærholm. The Darling is a stylish design guest house in the heart of the historical centre of Copenhagen. It is curated to feel as a refined home with the best in modern Danish design and contemporary art, resulting in an ambience that is charming, exclusive, and sensuous. Live side by side with Danish design in an exclusive design guest house in Copenhagen.  


Location: Niels Hemmingsens Gade 1, 1153 Copenhagen


Visit The Darling's website here










The Socialist

The Socialist's restaurant and bar area


Designed in 1962 by state architect Hans Christian Hansen, the Socialist was built as an electrical transformer station, and it provided power to the entire city center of Copenhagen for over 40 years. Highly technical in its construction, the hotel property is characterised by an exquisite sense of materiality, and its adherence to the principles of Danish Modern design, namely a clean and visually pleased design dictated by the core tenet of Danish design: Form follows function. This is visible to this day with its unique bronze shutters covering the façade, concrete floor and thick concrete walls, and its large green doors that frame the impressive four-story tall lobby bar. With 31 rooms and suites, multiple dining concepts and a full calendar of social and cultural events, the Socialist is a destination of inspiration and inexhaustible variety.   


Location: Bremerholm 6, 1069 Copenhagen


Visit The Socialist's website here










Hotel Skt. Petri

The lobby of Hotel Skt. Petri


Skt. Petri is a centrally located hotel in Copenhagen's Latin Quarter. The hotel is housed in Frits Schlegel & Vilhelm Lauritzen's heritage funkis building from 1928, which once housed Daell's Varehus. In 2003, Skt. Petri reopened after a total renovation, which included the addition of a large atrium glass façade in the hotel's lobby area. The classic hotel is close to everything from the canals, 'Strøget' and the Tivoli Gardens. The hotel's 288 rooms are sumptuously decorated and offer laidback luxury. The lobby is an experience in itself with maze pattern flooring, hanging plants and artworks by Danish artists such as Superflex, Tal R, Bjørn Nørgaard and Adam Saks. As a bonus, the hotel also has a sustainability policy that ensures continuous improvement in their environmental impact.   



Location: Krystalgade 22, 1172 Copenhagen


Visit Hotel Skt. Petri's website here 











Radisson Collection Royal Hotel

A suite at the Radisson Collection Royal Hotel


The Radisson Collection Royal Hotel in Copenhagen is a pioneer in numerous regards. It's the world's first design hotel and the only hotel by renowned designer and architect Arne Jacobsen, making it the true home of Danish modernism. Constructed in 1960, the building still dominates the city skyline, and its interior design impresses visitors to this day. One room has remained untouched since 1960: Room 606 on the sixth floor. This room stands as a testament to Arne Jacobsen’s love of nature, light and design, in all its form and functionality. Stay in sleek surroundings in one of Copenhagen's most vibrant neighborhoods, while enjoying a proximity to popular attractions such as the Tivoli Gardens and several convenient transport options, including the Central Station. 


Location: Hammerichsgade 1, 1611 Copenhagen


Visit Radisson Collection Royal Hotel's website here 











Hotel Nimb's wine depot with the famous 'Wishbone' chairs by Hans J. Wegner


Located in the Tivoli Gardens, in the heart of Copenhagen, Hotel Nimb is situated in magical surroundings. At the five-star exclusive boutique hotel you will experience a Scandinavian design tradition that meets Moorish aesthetics. Nimb has 38 uniquely decorated rooms and suites, where the focus is on detail, personal experience and exquisite quality. All rooms and suites are decorated in a modern eclectic mix, combining Nordic design with classic artworks. The hotel offers an exclusive wellness area and a rooftop pool as well as a gastronomic universe with everything a culinary heart could desire. 



Location: Bernstorffsgade 5, 1577 Copenhagen


Visit Nimb Hotel's website here










Manon Les Suites

Manon Les Suites' pool area


“A little slice of Bali in the heart of Copenhagen” is their motto at the Manon Les Suites Hotel. A 5-star hot spot in Copenhagen, close to the Copenhagen lakes and the city center. A stay at Manon Les Suites will be a dreaming experience with bohemian luxury, great design and a festive atmosphere which meets sustainable and excellent food, drinks and service. The hotel has 87 suites, and offers a Bali-style indoor pool with a lounge area and fitness facilities, as well as a cozy rooftop terrace. 



Location: Gyldenløvesgade 19, 1600 Copenhagen


Visit Manon Les Suites hotel's website here










Admiral Hotel

 Admiral Hotel seen from the quay


Admiral Hotel is set in the iconic warehouse from 1787 on Copenhagen's waterfront. With the Amalienborg Palace to starboard and inner Copenhagen to port the hotel is located in a scenic area. The hotel is close to theatres, shopping areas and other major attractions. 366 newly renovated rooms ranging from comfortable singles to elegant suites. Each room is decorated in the modern Scandinavian design tradition with relaxation and aesthetic pleasure in mind.   


Location: Toldbodgade 24, 1263 Copenhagen 


Visit Admiral hotel's website here



Welcome to wonderful Copenhagen!