Looking for a nice boutique hotel to spend your holidays while visiting Denmark? This guide presents some of the most noteworthy hotels in Aarhus, Copenhagen and other cities all over Scandinavia’s coolest country.
Boutique Hotel Postgården Holsted, Holsted
Every room in Postgården Boutique Hotel is decorated based on a different theme. If you’re traveling to Holsted with your significant other book, the ‘First Kiss’ room and enjoy some romantic moments in the Danish countryside. Give yourself a special treat with the balcony’s super suite, ‘Emperor’s Room’ or book ‘The Sea and Sky’ room on the first floor. Postgården is the ideal place for those traveling to Legoland as it’s only a 30-minute drive.
Choose one of Color Hotel Skagen‘s 103 rooms or 48 apartments and offer yourself the luxuries that you can only find in a four-star hotel. Located in Denmark’s northernmost city, Skagen, Color Hotel is surrounded by wild nature and sandy beaches. Skagen is a top destination for those who want to add outdoor activities in their holidays such as trekking, hiking or cycling. If you’re one of those you’ll probably want to find a comfy room, a delicious dinner and a peaceful place to enjoy a drink when you return to your stay and Color Hotel guarantees to offer all the amenities you’ll need.
Built in 1860, Ocean Hotel and Konference was a holiday home called Villa Strandhøj at the time and owned by the founder of Amager Bank, E.B. Petersen. Over the years the place changed hands several times until in 2006, when the current owner decided to transform it into a cosy boutique hotel. It now has six single and double rooms, some of which can accommodate up to five people. In every room guests will find facilities for tea and coffee in case they won’t wake up early enough for the hotel’s (organic) breakfast. Finally, as its name implies, Ocean Hotel is also a great place for conferences, training courses and workshops as it can host up to 35 people in its well designed meeting rooms.
Nestled in the heart of Aalborg’s city center, Scandic Aalborg City is the perfect choice for those who want to roam around and discover every gallery, museum and shop. Most of them are a stone’s throw away from the luxurious and stylish hotel, so getting there after a long day is quite easy. Aside from the 168 Scandinavian style rooms, Scandic Aalborg City offers its guests training facilities for those who, after a long day of sightseeing, want to stretch their tensed muscles and a lobby bar for those who prefer a frozen drink in order to remove a tiring day’s tension. Finally, if you’re visiting Aalborg in order to attend a conference in Aalborg Congres & Culture Center there is no better place for your stay than Scandic Aalborg City, as it is directly linked to the center.
Opened in 1999, Aarhus Guldsmeden is the first of the 27 Guldsmeden hotels that can now be found all over Scandinavia and in the exotic Bali. The hotel has a cozy and laid-back atmosphere, ideal for those who want to take some days off from the city’s noise and fast-paced daily life. The hotel’s nice garden is the perfect place for a morning start or a relaxing drink after a long day. Every Guldsmeden hotel has received the official Golden Ø label from the Danish Ministry of Food and Agriculture, which means that the hotel has more than 90% organic produce in kitchen. So, all the hotel’s delicacies are either organic produced or bought by organic and/or fair trade suppliers. Start your day with the hotel’s super healthy and tasty breakfast, served in the cosy café.
Housed in a historic building but with the amenities of modern life and decorated with fresh and elegant interior design trends, First Hotel Twentyseven is definitely one of the most notable hotels in Copenhagen. Featuring 200 rooms of different styles and prices, and a courtyard that is totally isolated from the city’s noisy streets, the stylish hotel offers a unique experience to those who want to add quality and style during their stay in the capital of Denmark. It’s located in the historic city center, close to Tivoli Gardens, The National Museum of Denmark and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.
With its Danish mid-century vintage furniture, Hotel Alexandra will take you in a journey back in the 50s and 60s when the renowned Scandinavian designers created pieces that would later become internationally popular. So if you don’t want to just get a glimpse of the real Scandinavian design but actually stay in a room that is decorated in the typical 50s style, Alexandra is the hotel to book for your stay. Choose one of the records and grab a designer book from the lobby library and relax at the hotel’s Honesty Bar.