Best Hotels in Copenhagen for Tourists to Stay

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is one of the most livable cities in the world. This is immediately apparent in the green spaces, pristine waterways, and well looked after harbor which is so clean you can swim in it! When making a trip to this city, you should book a hotel to stay in and enjoy your vacation. This post will help you with a list of the best hotels in Copenhagen.

Best Hotels in Copenhagen

1. Nimb Hotel

best hotels in Copenhagen: Nimb Hotel


This gorgeous hotel has a fairy tale façade in the fairy tale setting of Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens. Its Moorish arches, towers, and minarets point the way to impeccable interiors with clean lines of Danish design enhanced by crystal chandeliers, candles, lanterns, and flamboyant flower arrangements. All 38 rooms are unique with a harmonious blend of Nordic design, art, and antiques, and the best in-room tech. Guests can enjoy a rooftop pool and a small fitness room. Food and drink options are excellent with a brasserie, open sandwich restaurant, vegetarian restaurant, cake shop, and cocktail bar.

2. Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen

best hotels in Copenhagen: Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen


Warm minimalism is at its best at the Radisson Collection Hotel, Royal Copenhagen, a modern reboot of Copenhagen’s first skyscraper, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1960. Sleek but inviting Danish furniture—yes, that is Jacobsen’s famous Egg chair—is strewn throughout the sprawling lobby, encouraging a bit of reprieve in the bustling space. The original suspended staircase, now upgraded with leather-wrapped handrails, is a beauty. In the guest rooms, heady views of Copenhagen steal the limelight, but look closer and the subtle design details—marble window sills, wood-paneled walls, mirrored panels—are just as impressive.

3. 71 Nyhavn Hotel

71 Nyhavn Hotel


This is one of the best hotels in Copenhagen that visitors should stay. A beautiful 4-star hotel in a central location on the waterfront, 71 Nyhavn occupies two converted warehouses dating to the 1800s. Rustic with big Pomeranian Pine beams but contemporary with Danish design and an art collection, there’s no shortage of character in the public spaces or the big, bright airy rooms. Guest facilities include a “boutique” and free tea and coffee in the lobby each afternoon. Dining is the SEA by Kiin Kiin restaurant which offers South Asian cuisine and a bar with craft beers and trendy gins.

4. Hotel D’Angleterre

best hotels in Copenhagen: Hotel D'Angleterre


From the amazing service to the beautiful accommodations and awesome location in the heart of Copenhagen, the Hotel D’Angleterre earned rave reviews from recent visitors. Standard rooms are small, but guests say they still feel luxurious. Beds feature tufted leather headboards and cushy comforters, with velvet benches at the foot, while marble bathrooms boast spacious walk-in showers. Plus, the rooms’ large windows allow for plenty of natural light. And though the property’s central location in Kongens Nytorv means there is a bevy of dining options within walking distance, reviewers say you should plan to dine at least once at Marchal, the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant with a much-praised breakfast. The hotel is also home to Denmark’s first Champagne bar, Balthazar, which serves more than 160 different types of Champagne, and a spa and fitness center equipped with the only indoor swimming pool in inner Copenhagen.

5. Hotel Skt. Annæ

Hotel Skt. Annæ


Situated near the Amalienborg royal palace, the 145-room Hotel Skt. Annæ has a calming, residential feel, with a front terrace for warm-weather wine sipping and a fireplace in the lounge offering salvation for the far-more-frequent cold spells. The atrium, where you can sit at the communal table underneath a glam spiral chandelier, is another lovely place to read or catch up on email. All Deluxe rooms, courtesy of the design firm Space Copenhagen, a nod to the preferred palette of Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershøi, whose paintings are dominated by black, white, and brown.

6. AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen

AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen


The striking silhouette of this modern Scandi-style hotel of two glass and aluminum towers linked by a sky bridge stands out on the Copenhagen skyline. Next to the green area of Amager Faelled (great for jogging and walking), it is an easily-reached 10 minutes from the city center. The interior and accommodations are obviously Nordic with plenty of light, simple furniture, and curvy organic forms. Guest can dine in an excellent restaurant, work out in the fitness center, or chill in the spa with its pool, sauna, and treatment rooms.


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