To my dearest:
Hello my loves! I’m finally back from Copenhagen and Paris! It was such a journey and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. This week I wanted to share a little about the hotels I stayed at in Copenhagen! Copenhagen is known for their interior designs and architecture. Hence, I really went there to explore that aspect. And so, I purposely booked a stay at two very beautiful hotels that focused primarily on interior design.
The two hotels I stayed at were Hotel Alexander and SP34 of Brøchner Hotels. I decided on these two after doing some intensive research. And it was great that I got to exclusively visit and experience many of the different type of rooms they had to offer.
For today, let’s start with Hotel Alexandra. This hotel features an array of significant and popular interior designers – including Arne Jacobson, Finn Juhl, and Anders Peterson.
Upon stepping into the hotel, you will be greeted by a lobby with lavish interior designs and a complimentary glass of wine or a drink to start your day! This corner here is designed by Arne Jacobson.
There is also seating at the other side of the check-in desk. And this side’s interior features designer, Hans J. Wegner. Most of the hotel will have little blurbs about the designers you can read about. It makes it almost like a live-in exhibit experience.
The retro vibes of the hotel is definitely attention to detail. Even the key is retro and unique.
If you love interior design like me, it feels amazing to be surrounded by these amazing pieces of artwork and to wake up to it! This room is furnished with pieces by Danish architect and interior designer Finn Juhl.
You can even take in the street views of Copenhagen and all the gorgeous architecture outside if you choose. This room is the Arne Jacobsen room – furnished with pieces and textiles by one of my favorite designers.
If you have money to splurge, waking up in their collective suite is definitely not a bad idea and highly recommended. The design here is amazing with plenty of natural lights shining through. Definitely one of the most refreshing rooms. Their collective suite is done by designer – Anders Peterson.
It’s definitely a live-in experience, with your own living room where you can dive into an abundance of books on architecture and interior design! And the design on the space? Oh so posh!
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. Definitely pleasing.
Staff friendliness: Very accommodating and helpful. I talked to three of their front desk staff during my stay and all were very helpful no matter what I needed. From what I see, they were very nice to their guests and even other tourists stopping by to ask for help.
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 and the experience far exceeded my expectations.
Overall, all the rooms lived up to expectations and it was definitely an experience. For me, the biggest part of visiting Copenhagen was to take in all the architectural and interior arts and this hotel allowed me to really take advantage of that. I love the live-in exhibit experience aspect of the hotel. The staff were friendly and accommodated to the designer room/suite you would want to stay in, whenever possible. Big shout out to Anna for helping me through my stay!
Please let me know if you have any questions about the hotel and your thoughts on it! I’d love to hear back. And as for the popular question of whether this post is sponsored? Nope. I paid for the hotel out of pocket, so everything written is solely for sharing purposes only! So rest assured! Can’t wait to share my next hotel and adventures with you all!
For reference, I am 5 feet 2 inches. I typically wear XS/S or 0-4 for apparel and 6.5-7.5 for shoes.
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PHOTOGRAPHER: CHRISTINA SU