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Foodies Will Love These Copenhagen Hotels

Jennifer Rigby | June 29, 2018

Copenhagen is a foodie paradise. Since René Redzepi's Noma began the global Nordic food revolution, the city has become a pilgrimage site for the serious eater. It has 12 one-star Michelin restaurants, and one three star (Geranium, unusually located at the top of the soccer stadium but well worth the trip). The city's hotels have kept up, with some of Copenhagen's best restaurants in-house, and staff primed to give tips and tours.


Hotel Nimb

Why it made the list

The hotel's Nimb Brasserie is no slouch in the culinary stakes, and the Nimb mini-chain boasts a couple of other venues too - try the traditional Danish open sandiwches or smørrebrød at Fru Nimb, across Tivoli Gardens from the hotel. Staff are also clued up on the best new openings.

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Radisson Collection Royal Hotel, Copenhagen

Why it made the list

Afternoon tea in the swanky Cafe Royal, all inspired by the colours and work of hotel designer Arne Jacobsen, is a treat, and you can get tips on other good eateries nearby too.

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Best Western Hotel City

Why it made the list

No on-site restaurant, but very close to the three-restaurant complex at The Standard, which has great harbor views and amazing food, from the hyped and Michelin starred Studio to modern Danish food at Almanak.

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71 Nyhavn

Why it made the list

This hotel houses an outpost of another Michelin-starred joint, Kiin Kiin (the world's only Michelin-starred Thai restaurant outside Thailand). SEA by Kiin Kiin is a more relaxed version of its parent, with street-style dishes and, as they put it (and we agree), "tasty little snacks".

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Hotel d'Angleterre

Why it made the list

One of the 12 one-star Michelin establishments in Copenhagen mentioned above, Marchal, is housed within the d'Angleterre. Serious, fancy cooking is on offer here, a mix of Nordic and high-end European, with a sense of flair: the veal tatar is mixed at your table, and the squid cooked with all manner of fancy extras - think champagne butter, oysters and caviar - is extraordinary.

Widely considered the best luxury hotel in Copenhagen, this Read More

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