Scandinavian countries are known for their outstanding architecture and design and Denmark is no different – immerse yourself in all the country has to offer with a boutique stay booked on Culture Trip.
As one of the world’s most renowned design destinations, Denmark does indeed have some seriously impressive boutique hotels – many of them with perks including bike hire, delicious Scandinavian-style breakfast and craft cocktail bars. From a design hotel in Copenhagen that sells Danish design icons and a bohemian-style retreat in Aarhus, to a collection of quirky family-friendly suites in Holsted, this is our pick of the best boutique hotels perfect for a weekend break in Denmark.
The Guldsmeden brand began in 1999 with 15 rooms at this quaint spot on Guldsmedgade in Aarhus, and has since expanded to 10 locations around Denmark, Berlin, Reykjavík and even Bali. Over the past two decades, the original hotel has grown to 26 rooms and epitomises the laid-back, bohemian vibes the brand is known for—think timber four-poster beds with romantic white canopies, antique clawfoot bathtubs and gilded mirrors. There’s also a pretty courtyard where you can enjoy breakfast in the sun.
This is a rewrite of an article originally by Aliki Seferou.
There are plenty of places to stay in Denmark, from the best luxury hotels in Copenhagen to accommodation options in Aarhus, they’re all available now with Culture Trip. Denmark is known for its focus on sustainability, so it makes sense to explore the best cycling routes in the country, and don’t pass on the contemporary art scene. You won’t be disappointed with the food either, with choices like hot dogs and Smørrebrød (open sandwiches), take advantage of some classic Danish dishes.