To my dearest:
The next hotel I am reviewing in Copenhagen, is SP34 of Brøchner Hotels. I only had two nights in Copenhagen, but booked two separate hotels, so I could really explore the different interior designs in this city. This hotel is more modern rather than retro, compared to my previous hotel, Hotel Alexandra (you can read about that here.)
Just stepping into the lobby, will remind you of MoMA. The pieces here are intricate and fun.
Their suites are spacious and comfortable. It seems that in Copenhagen, they like to have separate covers per person instead of a shared one. Interesting to note.
In my suite, I had a little living room and kitchen area. Loved the interior design to pieces. The hanging lamp is a refined touch.
Boasting large windows that overlook the streets of Copenhagen. You can get your sunshine and people watching all in one. Oh please, don’t ask what I’m looking at. I’m merely posing. Haha!
Rooms with such gorgeous little details. That bed side lamp is probably like $500. Can’t afford it at home, but the luxury of living in a room with it is best summed up with an experience like this.
I was offered to be upgraded to their penthouse suite, which featured this amazing balcony that overlooks the streets of Copenhagen. I loved the space and the interior design and of course, the balcony! However, it seems that Air Con is not a thing in Copenhagen. This hotel did not have AC in their rooms and this suite was the warmest of them all. The other rooms were very comfortable temperatures, as the temperature during my visit was about 65°F – 75°F. But, perhaps because it was located on the top floor so the sun beamed in more and trapped the hot air. It was too hot to be comfortable for me. But, this is definitely something to take note of when booking hotels in Copenhagen, especially during the warmer seasons. Check if they have AC. It’s apparently not a big thing in the city.
Otherwise, they had a very nice spacious bedroom and working area. I stayed in this room for a while working and thinking that I would take this room upgrade, until it simply got too hot. It’s definitely a gorgeous little penthouse suite. First time getting a penthouse upgrade and had to decline it. What a bummer.
On a side note, they had an equally cute dining area for their all organic breakfast. I loved all the refreshing greenery they had here. It’s such a quaint way to wake up.
They had various breakfast foods to choose from with a fresh smoothie and juice bar, yogurts, breads, pastries, cold cuts, cheese, and hot breakfast food too! I, unfortunately was feeling super sick that morning from stomach problems. I couldn’t stop feeling nauseous and just sick to the stomach. Fortunately, they had these awesome fresh juiced ginger shots which calmed my stomach. I had to get on my flight to Paris right after, so it was a good thing I felt a bit better.
Location: Convenient. It is about 10 minutes walk away from Central Station and is situated at the heart of the city.
Comfort: Clean and comfortable beds. Beautiful interior design for the comfort of the eyes. Spacious rooms and large windows. However, I believe it would be better if they had AC in every room. But, maybe that’s a personal preference.
Staff friendliness: Very accommodating and helpful. I was not feeling well and they helped me find a local pharmacy and also made drinks for me. Lovely and sweet staff.
Price: Fair and comparable to surrounding hotels. Hotel prices in Copenhagen is generally more expensive as it’s an expensive city. I found the prices on par.
Well, that’s all for my hotel stays in Copenhagen! I hope you enjoyed the little bits and pieces I was able to share with you all! Next time, I will be sharing with you all my favorite little shops to shop at in Copenhagen that are interior design related! Look forward to it! Write back and let me know what you think of Copenhagen so far yeah?
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PHOTOGRAPHER: CHRISTINA SU