Copenhagen, a city where old-world charm meets modern innovation. Famous for its vibrant cultural scene, delicious Nordic cuisine, and the cosiness of Hygge, a Copenhagen city break is sure to make an impact.
Whether you are visiting Denmark to explore the cultural landmarks of its capital, or if you simply want to immerse yourself in the laid-back lifestyle, there are plenty of things to fill your day with. After a busy day on your feet, you might be wondering on where to stay, but don’t worry, I’ve got you covered with some of the best boutique hotels in Copenhagen.
Andersen Hotel Copenhagen
The Andersen Hotel can be found in the heart of Vesterbro, a cool, authentic neighbourhood with great nightlife, boutique stores, and gritty urban vibes.
Each of the 65 guest rooms at the Andersen Hotel have been individually designed with colourful decor, guests can choose their room based on their ‘vibe’.
As long as you book your room directly, you don’t need to concern yourself with checkout times. The hotel’s ‘Concept24’ means you can check in no matter what the time is when you arrive and you retain the room for as long as you need on the day you leave.
There are a number of brilliant sustainable initiatives at the Andersen Hotel. Despite only opening in 2012, the hotel has been a Green Key member since 2013. Guests who forgo housekeeping can enjoy free bike hire, the best way to enjoy the city!
A luxury boutique hotel in Copenhagen, the Nimb is nestled within the gates of the city’s famous Tivoli Gardens. With its grand Moorish façade, onion domes and minarets, the hotel has been welcoming guests since 1909.
38 rooms are hidden inside the decadent building, as well as an exclusive rooftop terrace complete with an outdoor pool. Guests can lounge in the sun whilst admiring the beautiful views over the Gardens and Copenhagen itself. Offering total relaxation and privacy, the rooftop is open only to hotel guests and a small number of Nimb Club members.
The Nimb continues to maintain its reputation for excellence thanks to exemplary hospitality, and sophisticated rooms. Interconnecting rooms are great for families, as well as free admission into the theme park during any stay.
Hotel SP34 by Brøchner Hotels
A 118 room hotel, Hotel SP34 is located in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen. The hotel has become a popular destination for creatives thanks to its stunning Nordic design.
Close to the main attractions, it was converted from three historical townhouses and has recently extended to offer a selection of 26 design-led apartments.
Rooms feature bespoke Swedish light fixtures and a range of Danish furniture such as wardrobes and quirky headboards that match the chair backs.
Hotel SP34 was designed to reflect its neighbourhood, including features such as exposed brick walls, skylit penthouse suites, and a lot of Nordic flair.
All electricity consumption in the Brøchner Hotels collection are covered by 100% environmentally certified wind energy, produced by Danish wind power.
Eric Vökel Copenhagen Suites
Located inside a beautifully renovated building, the Eric Vökel Boutique Apartments still retains its original Danish-style façade.
There are three options of apartments, one bedroom, one bedroom with a sofa bed, and two bedroom apartments.
Perfect for a family city break, the apartments include a fully equipped kitchen, dining space, and all within easy distance from Copenhagen city centre.
One of the newest hotels in Copenhagen, Coco Hotel is a Parisian-style hotel on the main Vesterbrogade shopping street.
This eco-friendly boutique hotel is part of the hospitality branch of the Copenhagen Food Collective, Cofoco for short. The hotel is powered by solar panels, making it carbon-negative, Green Key certified and it’s plastic-free too.
The interior is a mix of modern and classic, the 88 guest rooms are made to be comfortable, offering a great night sleep and the perfect place to relax.
No two room are exactly the same, there is a mixture of single bedrooms, doubles, and a handful of suites, creating a space for all types of traveller to enjoy. There are rooms with cosy window seats whilst others benefit from a small garden, there is also a dedicated family room complete with bean bags and a playstation.
The brainchild of Danish ballet dancer Alexander Kølpin, Hotel Sanders is the perfect cosy haven in Copenhagen during winter.
Staff will never fail to greet you with a smile, whilst the interiors offer you a 1950s-style cocktail bar, leafy roof terrace, and guest rooms with mid-century modern furnishings and quasi-colonial accents.
Ideal for sightseeing in Copenhagen, Hotel Sanders is moments are from the famed Nyhaven, the best place for an obligatory Instagram shot.
Perks of staying at Hotel Sanders include complimentary mini bars (alcohol free), free bike hire, and in-room yoga and massages.
Whilst perfect for a winter city break, the hotel also offers a number of outdoor public areas to enjoy in summer such as its private courtyard and cocktail bar.