Copenhagen Hotel


Copenhagen is home to a wide variety of well-known and exciting new hotels. The city offers plenty of opportunity to choose a hotel that offers more than just a bed to sleep in. Here we present a selection of some of the best hotels, which are a delightful experience in themselves. In trendy neighbourhoods and with chic décor, these are our recommendations for hotels with style, charm and authenticity.

Radisson Collection Royal Hotel


A true pioneer in many regards, the Radisson Collection Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is the world’s first designer hotel, the first high rise building in Copenhagen and the original home of modernistic furniture design classics. It is the only hotel by renowned designer and architect Arne Jacobsen, making it the true home of Danish modernism. Constructed in 1960 and undergone a comprehensive renovation in 2018, the interior design of the hotel still pays homage to Jacobsen's original design and use of shapes, light and materials, still impressing visitors to this day.

Timeless design and modern functionality describe all the contemporary rooms and suites at Radisson Collection Royal Hotel. Every part of the accommodation reflects the designer’s legacy – from the abundance of natural light to the seamlessly designed door handles. Unwind amid soothing earth colors, and enjoy sleek, spacious surroundings.



The exclusive hotel Nobis, a true journey for all the senses, is in a 5,500-square-metre neoclassical building built in 1903 and designed by the architect Martin Borch. The building was once home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music. And while the music has died down, the high-ceilinged space has lost none of its magnificence, and has now been refurbished by one of the most celebrated architectural firms in Sweden, Wingårdhs, which also designed the interiors for the Nobis Group’s Miss Clara Hotel in Stockholm. With star architect Gert Wingårdh at the helm, the iconic location has been transformed into a cutting-edge contemporary luxury hotel with great respect for the original architecture. Particularly notable is the impressive marble staircase, once the backdrop for the Music Academy’s Christmas concert, not to mention the stylish rooms with French parquet flooring, Nordic design classics, bespoke furniture and walls painted in soothing shades of matt blue-green. The adjacent 1960s building is home to Restaurant Niels, with its vast glass-panelled façade inspired by Le Corbusier’s late 1950s Sainte Marie de La Tourette Dominican monastery.

Hotel Nobis
Hotel Sanders


The historical district behind Copenhagen’s grand old Royal Danish Theatre is home to many iconic buildings. In Tordenskjoldsgade, just a stone’s throw from the Old Stage and the Royal Danish Playhouse, you will find Sanders, a boutique hotel opened in 2017 by Alexander Kølpin, a former soloist with the Royal Danish Ballet. Inspired by his many years on the stage, he has created Hotel Sanders in true theatrical style, with the scenography and the magnificently curated interior taking centre stage along with the hotel’s exceptional service. Ensuring a delightful home-away-from-home atmosphere. Alexander and his father Jes Kølpin joined forces with London-based design studio Lind+Almond on the interior design, and the 54 luxury rooms each have their own unique look. As an interesting side note, the hotel’s cocktail bar, TATA, is named after the theatre performers’ pet name for the red velvet curtain which sets the stage at the theatre. The restaurant Sanders Kitchen, which serves Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, is also a popular Copenhagen hangout with its many tastefully decorated rooms, including its very own Conservatory with a view over the city’s rooftops.