Hotel d’Angleterre – Copenhagen, Denmark
Since the late eighteenth century, the Hotel d’Angleterre has been one of the best hotels in Copenhagen, if not Europe. This landmark neoclassical palace has been welcoming royalty and famous guests throughout its colourful history and continues to offer a gold standard service to everyone who steps through its grand entrance. Indeed, the historic Palm Court and the Louis XVI Ballroom are the most desired entertaining spaces in Copenhagen.
Full of period features, elaborate high ceilinged rooms with enormous chandeliers and fabulous floral decorations everywhere you turn, it is both sophisticated and lavish. And perfectly placed, just moments away from the vibrant Nyhavn, and the shopping on Strøget, it’s simply the smartest address in town.
At A Glance
Style:Sumptuous, sophisticated & refined.
Location:In the heart of Copenhagen in the elegant Kongens Nytorv Square & close to all the capital’s main attractions.
Rooms:152 lavish rooms & suites.
Swimming:Heated indoor marble pool.
Children:With Hans Christian Andersen as once one of the city’s most famous residents, it is natural that the Hotel d’Angleterre is very family friendly!
Accessibility:Many rooms are adapted for reduced mobility & there’s a lift to each floor.
Open From:All year round.
Price:Price from £990 per room, per night.
Mixing classical elegance and contemporary touches, the rooms and suites are lavishly styled and decorated, with supremely comfortable beds, marble bathrooms and Bang & Olufsen technology. Some of the rooms interconnect for families and all feel very luxurious.
The Michelin starred restaurant, Marchal, features a walk-in wine room, open display kitchen and cocktail bar. Guests and Copenhageners alike dine here in its elegant surroundings, and in the summer, the tables spill out onto the terrace on the square. Balthazar, the hotel’s champagne bar, serves a selection of more than one hundred and sixty champagnes, together with tapas style cuisine and caviar. The hotel has also managed to take a very British tradition of afternoon tea and give it a lavish Nordic twist.
Some of the world’s best restaurants can be found in Copenhagen, putting the city on the culinary map. Dining in this city is most definitely an experience to remember.
Such is the luxury of the Hotel d’Angleterre, you may be very tempted to not stray beyond the entrance! But of course, Copenhagen is full of beautiful places to see and explore, by foot, bike or boat. Cycling is a great way to explore, as is renting a boat and cruising the waterways. Royal palaces, castles, museums, galleries and gardens – your days are instantly packed. The hotel is just round the corner from the captivating and colourful Nyhavn, with its bars and restaurants and pretty much everything is within walking distance.
For a bit of fun, you can also cross the Øresund Bridge to Sweden! And once cocooned back at the d’Angleterre, relax in the Spa, with its range of Nordic treatments and therapies. You really will find there’s not enough time to pack everything in.
In the heart of Copenhagen in the elegant Kongens Nytorv Square & close to all the capital’s main attractions & shopping. Just 15 minutes from the airport & 20 minutes from Sweden.