Located just two blocks away from Copenhagen's central train station and surrounded by boutiques, beer pubs, and plenty of avenues for the nightlife, the Andersen Boutique Hotel boasts 73 rooms with modern design elements and exquisitely luxurious fittings. The hotel is approaching it's one year anniversary, and times have never been better for the fledgeling hotel.
Doubles start at 1,125 Danish kroner, or $208 at 5.42 kroner to the dollar, a night (breakfast included).
This 73-room boutique hotel, which opened in April 2012, features modern design elements, including textiles from the British Designers Guild, specialty light fixtures from the Danish firm Frandsen Lighting and employee uniforms from the Icelandic designer Birna. The independently owned property has also introduced the long-overdue idea of the 24-hour hotel room, called “Concept24,” in which guests have a room for 24 hours from the time of arrival, even if that is, say, 6 p.m. (Advance notice is required to take advantage of this perk.)
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