Denmark’s capital of Copenhagen is not only home to world class and Michelin star restaurants but even hotels. Get to know five of them here.
Hotel NIMB is included in The Hot List 2009 of Conde Nast Traveller for the best hotels in the world. According to Conde Nast Traveller, a leading international travel magazine, the hotel has the most beautiful rooms, most elegant bar and one of the best restaurants in the Danish capital. It also has a central location with easy access to the renowned amusement park Tivoli Gardens and the central station.
First Hotel Skt Petri is on third place among the 25 best business hotels in Europe. The high ranking was given by the Consumer News and Business Chanel (CNBC). Among the major factors considered was whether the hotel provided guests with great value for their money. First Hotel Skt Petri was found to have very reasonable prices plus a central location with easy access to many popular destinations in the capital. In addition, the hotel also has a lively cocktail bar.
Hotel D’Angleterre, according to the regular readers of a popular English travel magazine Overseas Living, is the best luxury hotel in Denmark. Despite being the oldest hotel in the country, the establishment has also been named as Denmark’s leading hotel for four times by the World Travel Awards.
Hilton Hotel in the Copenhagen Airport has earned the title as Denmark’s best business hotel. The award was given by the British Business Destination’s trade magazine. Hilton Hotel has also won several awards from the Danish Travel Award in the past including the best hotel chain in Denmark for three years and the best hotel in Denmark for seven straight years since 2002 except in 2006.
Radisson Blu has been voted as the best hotel chain in the North for the sixth year as part of the Nordic hotel business guest survey. Some 1,000 business travelers from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden took part in the survey conducted by BDRC.