Copenhagen is a city with buckets of style, and its hotels are no different. Sleek design hotels with minimalist features, grand old luxury hotels and hip hangouts with rooftop pools – there’s a place to stay to suit everyone in this vibrant city.
Can’t choose where to call home for your stay in Copenhagen? We’ve got you sorted. These are the city’s absolute best hotels…
Best hotels Copenhagen:
This class hotspot is beautiful hotel in a well-preserved 1930 building that once housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music. Rooms have an amazing view overlooking either the city of Copenhagen or the pretty hotel courtyard, and are super stylish.
Nimb Hotel is in an ideal location, with all of the rooms, except one, overlooking the charming Tivoli Gardens. With a state-of-the-art hot cardio room and spa area, you’ll hardly want to leave this piece of heaven. And did we mention the hotel has Copenhagen’s only rooftop swimming pool?
This upscale five-star boutique hotel has industrial vibes and edgy design. You can stay in different room types from the unique Tiny to their luxury Penthouse Suite with private terrace. Pro tip: book a suite and you’ll have an all-inclusive minibar. All the beverages you want – wine, champagne, drinks, coffee…you name it!
Previously known as Hotel Neptune, this charming and modern boutique hotel has a long and exciting history. It was established in 1851 and it was run illegally. The hotel was unlicensed and many of the guests were smugglers, living beside the law.
To be let in to the hotel you had to give a pass phrase: “Neptune”. Now? Just book a room and enjoy your stay.
This lovely hotel is located close to the Royal Palace and the Little Mermaid. As well as premium rooms, Babette Guldsmeden has a fantastic restaurant with some of the best organic food that Denmark has to offer. There’s also an outdoor rooftop spa & lounge with a view of the Copenhagen skyline.
This iconic landmark hotel has been one of the most famous places to stay in Copenhagen for more than 250 years. Purely beautiful luxury.
The Balthazar Champagne Bar here has more than 160 different bottles of Champagne and a Champagne cocktail menu created by cocktail wizards.
Owned by Alexander Kølpin, a former Danish ballet dancer, this 19th century hotel has been transformed into an Instagrammable modern masterpiece. Rooms are a mix of mid-century vintage and Danish, modern design and incredibly comfy. Fireplaces and retro chandeliers are also all throughout the hotel.