Situated in the coolest neighborhoods all around the city, the most bizarre hotels in Copenhagen add their own stylish touch to the city’s elegant façade. Would you be prefer to stay in a former warehouse with a view at the picturesque Nyhavn or on a comfy boat-hotel in Noma’s neighborhood?
Hotel CPH Living
What could be a better fit for Christianshavn history and style than a boat-hotel? CPH Living offer accommodation a boat, but with the comforts of a three star hotel. All of the hotel’s 12 rooms have a refrigerator, satellite TV, a writing desk and a private toilet. If you think staying on board during winter might be a bit chilly, fear not; the rooms are equipped with heated floors and wooden furnishing. The hotel’s special location offers a great view of the city, especially from the boat’s terrace – the perfect place for a sunny breakfast.
Hotel CPH Living, Langebrogade 1C,Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 61 60 85 46
AC Hotel Bella Sky
Hotel Bella Sky is located in the neomodern area of Ørestad, so its design couldn’t be anything less than quirky and impressive. Two spectacular towers house 812 bright rooms over 23 floors, decorated in the Scandinavian design. The hotel’s Sky Bar on the 23rd floor is the perfect place to finish off a tiring day; indulging in a chilled ice cocktail while enjoying the great panoramic view of the Copenhagen skyline, Amager Common, the Øresund Bridge and even Sweden.
AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen, Center Boulevard 5, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 32 47 30 00
Its location by the entrance of Tivoli Gardens – and its peculiar façade made of Italian marble stucco – makes Nimb Hotel look like it’s straight out of a fairy tale. With 17 individually decorated rooms, 12 of which are suites, no wonder Nimb considered one of the most luxurious hotels in Copenhagen. The interior decoration of Nimb is characterised by warm colors and natural materials, complete with solid Dinesen wooden floors and elements of Oland granite.
Nimb Hotel, Bernstorffsgade 5, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 88 70 00 00
Stay in the picturesque Nyhavn neighborhood and enjoy the same view that H.C Andersen used to look at to draw inspiration for his fairy tales, two centuries ago. 71Nyhavn hotel consists of The Red Warehouse and The Yellow Warehouse, that were built in 1804 and 1830 respectively. What makes this hotel special, besides its unique view and location, is that it houses a great selection of artworks. The hotel’s restaurant and lobby are decorated with some unique paintings of the European avant-garde movement COBRA, which is represented by six renowned artists of the 20th century; Christian Dotremont, Joseph Noiret, Asger Jorn, Karel Appel, Constant and Corneille.
71Nyhavn, Nyhavn 71, Copenhagen, Denmark, +45 33 43 62 00
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers has won the prize The Golden Nail (det gyldne søm) for being the most innovative and environmentally friendly construction. It’s not just the integrated Photovoltaics (PV) in its façade or the low energy light sources that make it one of the most sustainable hotels in Denmark, it also receives all of its energy through renewable and sustainable sources. With a combination of intelligent techniques, Crowne Plaza Towers has managed to consume 65% less energy than other hotels.