Copenhagen Admiral Hotel

Toldbodgade 24–28, Frederiksstaden, Copenhagen, Capital Region, 1253, Denmark

A five-minute stroll from Nyhavn, overlooking old Copenhagen and Amalienborg Palace, the massive Admiral was once a grain warehouse (circa 1787). Today it's one of the least expensive top hotels, cutting frills and prices but retaining charm. Thick stone walls are broken by rows of windows; guest rooms mix maritime accents with modern furnishings and prints. Each room has a sitting area with leather sofas surrounded by 200-year-old exposed rafter beams. Rooms on the first through fourth floors also have French balconies. The SALT bar and restaurant lends Nordic touches to modern French brasserie food. A beautiful harborfront café offers great views.

PROS

  • great restaurant
  • convenient waterfront location

CONS

  • standard rooms aren't that big
  • all rooms can get stuffy, particularly in summer

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Lively
Central
Clubby Atmosphere

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 33-74–14–14

HOTEL DETAILS

314 rooms, 52 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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