Nyhavn 71

Nyhavn 71, Frederiksstaden, Copenhagen, Capital Region, 1051, Denmark

In this well-preserved former spice warehouse, the rooms are tiny but cozy, with warm woolen spreads, dark woods, soft leather furniture, and crisscrossing timbers. It all overlooks the old ships of Nyhavn. Inside you'll find lots of exposed brick beams, and the thick plaster walls are adorned with paintings by prominent Danish painters, including Jens Jørgen Thorsen; Asger Jorn; and the hotel's own founder, Alf Arp-Hansen. Dishes on the menu at the Parkhuskælderen restaurant are made with seasonal Danish products.

PROS

  • superb location
  • elegant furnishings
  • excellent service

CONS

  • small rooms and bathrooms

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Historical
Sophisticated
Central
Local Flavor

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 33-43–62–00

HOTEL DETAILS

150 rooms, 8 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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