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Updated: January 13, 2020
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5 Best Boutique Hotels in Copenhagen
1. Nimb Hotel
A romantic, fairytale palace that is modern and luxurious, Nimb Hotel looks especially magical when it’s lit up at night. The luxurious rooms and suites feature four-poster beds, fireplaces, Nespresso machines, B&O TVs and sound systems, Meraki toiletries, and complimentary butlers, and all except one overlook the wonderful Tivoli Gardens. Guests are spoiled for choice with several top-rated restaurants and bars on site, as well as the exclusive rooftop pool and bar. Other perks include complimentary entry to Tivoli Gardens and gym, private yoga classes, personal trainer/shopper, and bike rental. • Map • Hotel phone: +45 8870 0000 • Review of Nimb Hotel
A five-star eco-hotel that brilliantly combines modern, cutting-edge design with a green, urban jungle theme. The spectacular indoor jungle pool, lush greenery, day-beds, and bright central atrium remind one of a tropical resort. All rooms are luxurious suites with bright artwork, signature Guldsmeden four-poster beds, and an environment-friendly and organic theme that runs through the hotel. Guests can enjoy the pool parties, DJ sets on the roof, bike rental, complimentary wine hour, well-stocked in-suite kitchenettes, superb gym, and popular roof terrace. • Map • Hotel phone: +45 4570 0015 • Review of Manon les Suites
New, modern, and luxurious five-star hotel, uniquely built in an erstwhile transformer station and located conveniently just off Stroget. Pio Daz’s cutting-edge art complements the elegant rooms, marble-effect bathrooms, plush fabrics, and retro beds. Modern touches include smart bedside panels, room keys on mobile app, Bose speakers, and smart TVs. Apart from the popular restaurant Roxie and the roof terrace, guests can access private tours, private dinners, personal trainers, in-room fitness kits, bike rental, and complimentary wine hour every day. • Map • Hotel phone: +45 3312 4200 • Review of Hotel Herman K
Hotel Alexandra beautifully features an impressive collection of mid-century Danish Modernist design and art in a playful space that takes its guests back in time. The good value rooms are all individually decorated, sometimes by an artist, and sometime with every piece in the room for sale. The passionate and friendly staff always has stories for most of the pieces. An on-site Danish bistro, bikes for rent, complimentary fruit and coffee, honesty bar, complimentary glass of wine daily, and pretty terrace complete the boutique experience. • Map • Hotel phone: +45 3374 4444 • Review of Hotel Alexandra
With easy comfort, pleasing design, and affordability in a boutique package, Andersen Hotel is located in trendy Vesterbro, just steps from the central station. The contemporary rooms feature colorful designer wallpaper and fabrics, bathrooms come with Philippe Starck fittings and a rubber duck, and the fashionable lobby has GUBI chairs and lots of art. Guests can enjoy a complimentary wine hour daily, keep their rooms for 24 hours from check-in, borrow iPads and smartphones with free international calls, borrow bikes, and access extras like pillow menu, free board games, honesty bar, and free tea/coffee. • Map • Hotel phone: +45 3331 4344 • Review of Andersen Boutique Hotel