Friday, February 03, 2012

COMING: Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, Copenhagen Denmark

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel  is a modern design hotel in a 220 year old building.
                                            Photo: Hotel website
In February I will travel to Copenhagen for a weekend. This time I will not travel by ferry, but by plane and stay in a famous landmark. Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is a modern first class hotel in a 220 year old storage house, and has the Danish Royal Palace as its closest neighbour. 
Beautiful Nyhavn is just around the corner from Hotel Admiral
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is located by Nyhavn, with its wide range of restaurants and cafes in beautiful old 17th and 18th century townhouses.

The Square Kongens Nytorv and the pedestrian shopping street, StrøgetCity Hall, Tivoli Gardens and the Royal Theatre is within reach by foot.

The Royal Palace Amalienborg is just around the corner, and we hope to wave to HM Queen Margrethe celebrating her 40th anniversary as the Danish queen and the latest head of state of the oldest reigning royal family in the world.

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel overlooks the harbour front facing the magnificent Royal Opera. 366 rooms and suites is located in a storage building built in 1787 by Copenhagen harbor. It has witnessed extraordinary historic events, as the Battle of Copenhagen in 1801.
Fried fish as served at Café Zeleste in Nyhavn
We have booked a executive double room at Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, and has paid DKK 1100 (€148 / $195) per night, not bad for a hotel this standard. The price does not include breakfast or free Internet access.

The latter costs DKK (€19 / $25), a horrific price for a service that should be included. I will not be deterred and bring my portable MacBook in order to report from the Danish capital.

So stay tuned here on Enjoy Food & Travel. I will, through my review, share my views on whether  Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is worth to stay in, when visiting the Danish capital. 

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel: More on where to eat (and drink) close by

Vis Copenhagen on Enjoy Food & Travel 2007-2012 i et større kart

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