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The Best Boutique Hotels in Aarhus

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Updated: 29 November 2017

Discover Aarhus’ best boutique hotels and add some style to your stay while exploring Denmark’s second largest city. Rooms decorated by famous designers, cozy terraces, and stylish lounges are some of the things that make these hotels so special. 

Villa Provence

Decorated in the Provencal style inspired by the France countryside, Villa Provence offers a warm and romantic atmosphere. The cozy boutique hotel has 35 rooms, four suites, and a cute, colorful lounge where visitors can indulge in a warm cup of coffee or a chilled glass of Pastis, the famous apéritif from France. There are five different kinds of rooms (standard. classic, large superior, and large superior room with lion feet bath) and each one of them is uniquely decorated. Villa Provence is located in the the city center, surrounded by elegant restaurants and cafés.

BB Hotel Aarhus Havnehotellet

Located right by the waterfront, BB Hotel Aarhus Havnehotellet offers a great view of the Marselisborg’s marina, one of the country’s most picturesque ports. The elegant boutique hotels has 26 rooms and can accommodate up to 56 guests. Visitors can choose the room that fits their taste best but all of them offer a great view and the necessary amenities for a pleasant stay.

Comwell Aarhus

With its fashionable interior design decorated with HAY products, Comwell Aarhus is considered one of the top design hotels in Denmark. It is located only 300 meters from Aarhus’ Central Station in the heart of the historic center, in walking distance from ARoS museum and the hip Latin Quarter. Fitness lovers will find two fully equipped fitness rooms on the 6th and 7th floor while those who prefer to relax with an ice-cold cocktail should head to the hotel’s cozy terrace.  

Hotel Ferdinand

Book a room at Hotel Ferdinand and give yourself a special treat while visiting Aarhus. The small high-end hotel has only 11 studios and eight luxury suites, offering a unique experience to its few exclusive guests. Elegant furniture and exquisite paintings decorate the hotel’s lounge, creating a refined and calm atmosphere while the hotel’s restaurant has been voted as the best of its kind by Bent Christensen and The Danish Dining Guide.

 

Aarhus Guldsmeden

When Aarhus Guldsmeden opened in 1999 it had only 15 rooms. Nowadays, the first of the Guldsmeden hotels has 27 rooms, a cozy lounge, and a cute little garden where you’ll find the hotel’s guests taking their breakfast or relaxing with a drink after a long day. Aarhus Guldsmeden, like every hotel within the same chain, has received the official Golden Ø label from the Danish Ministry of Food and Agriculture, which means that the hotel has above 90% organic produce in the kitchen. So, all the hotel’s delicacies are either organically produced or bought by organic and/or fair trade suppliers. Start your day with the hotel’s super healthy and tasty breakfast that is served in the cozy café.

City Hotel Oasia Aarhus

Hotel Oasia is housed in a historic building in Aarhus’ city center. After being refurbished in 2007, Oasia became one of the newest design boutique hotels in the city featuring famous designers’ furniture. Each one of the hotel’s 65 rooms are uniquely decorated following the minimalism the Scandinavian style requires. For the ultimate experience, design aficionados should definitely take a look at the six Design Rooms. Each one of these rooms is exclusively decorated in different design styles by Danish and international designers who have chosen the best of furniture and items for the hotel’s exclusive rooms.