From chic boutique hotels to an eco-friendly spot inspired by Balinese style, here is a wide range of recommended accommodation options in the city where you’re bound to find some hygge too…
Decorated Bali-style and ultra-ecofriendly (a term that actually makes sense in Copenhagen) is Axel Guldsmeden. It’s located in the hip Vesterbro area, a short walk from the bars and restaurants of the revitalised Meatpacking District.
the designer pad
SP34 is another design-focused boutique hotel, located in the picturesque Latin Quarter.
central and historical
The four-star Hotel Skt. Annae is very central and had a recent update by Danish design duo Space Copenhagen. The breakfast is excellent, the on-site restaurant Format superb, and the bar serves great cocktails.
Also check out our look at Copenhagen’s two unique (and very different) one-room hotels here, while The Krane and the Central Hotel are two more excellent places to stay in this design-focused yet all-about-hygge city.
Be sure to pick up our March Compact Living issue, as we explore the design, food, wine and cultural highlights of Copenhagen – a fine-tuned travel guide.