his was one of the earlier boutique-inspired hotels to open in Copenhagen.
While hardly boutique in size, this place offers plenty of contemporary charm within its Cold War-era walls. Its closest competitor is the smaller, more intimate and eccentric Axel Hotel Guldsmeden.
Guests enter the dull, officelike building and into the lobby to find a designer's playground fitted with backlit panels, bold art and iconic modernist furnishings, including a few from homegrown hero Arne Jacobsen. The...