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.
Imperial Grill Room and the Brasserie Imperial are both popular with locals, and they provide the fine food and refreshment that travelers need for exploring one of the world’s greatest cities.
Guest Rooms: All 240 rooms were recently updated with new bathrooms and furnishings. The Imperial has several room categories, ranging from standard rooms to a couple of suite categories. There are accommodations devoted to both smokers and non-smokers. In fact, there are “allergy rooms” for people who require cleaner facilities. The three types of allergy rooms include single and double rooms as well as junior suites. The rooms are equipped with all the standard conveniences, but they have wooden floors and hypoallergenic bedding. Also, they are a bit larger than the standard rooms, which makes it possible to put in up to two extra beds.
Final Word: Situated in the heart of Copenhagen, Imperial Hotel serve as an excellent base of operations for working or playing in this wonderful city. Providing quick access by foot to the local station across the street as well as Central Station and Tivoli Gardens, Imperial Hotel is a dynamic 4-star hotel with an appealing modern shell and a classic Danish interior. With candles aglow in the inviting public rooms, Imperial Hotel is Copenhagen’s coziest hotel.
- Air conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Wireless internet (free)
July 10-12, 2009
Standard $241 with breakfast