Editor’s Choice: Best ‘Four-Star’ Hotel The Facts: In the spring of 2009 Scandic Hotels breathed new life into the renowned Palace Hotel at City Hall Square. The long-established landmark and hotel, built in 1910, got a complete make-over to its rooms, restaurant, bar and lobby area.
Editor’s Choice: Copenhagen’s ‘Greenest’ Hotel The Facts: Like all properties in the Scandic chain, Scandic Copenhagen takes its corporate responsibility seriously. For example, the Scandic chain used to transport 4 million bottles of water annually to its hotels. That was unsustainable, management felt, which is why the chain now invests in the best water there… [Read More]
Editor’s Choice: Denmark’s Largest Hotel Facts: As Denmark’s largest hotel, the Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel provides spectacular views of Copenhagen from its upper floors. The hotel features Casino Copenhagen as well as four restaurants: the 25th-floor Dining Room restaurant, with outstanding views; an international kitchen, Mamas & Papas; a classic Japanese restaurant, Kyoto; and one… [Read More]
Editor’s Choice: Copenhagen’s Best ‘Design’ Hotel Facts: One of three Radisson SAS hotels in Copenhagen, the five-star Radisson SAS Royal is a registered historic building for the work of renowned Danish designer Arne Jacobsen, who designed not only the building — Copenhagen’s first skyscraper at 20 stories — but also most of the furnishings within… [Read More]
Editor’s Choice: Copenhagen’s Coziest Hotel Facts: The modern and elegant four-star Imperial Hotel has been completely renovated recently, with the striking lobby and the restaurant enjoying attractive facelifts. A whole floor of rooms are dedicated to the classical furniture and timeless design of the Danish designer icon Børge Mogensen.