Denmark has hotels to suit any need in terms of price, location and facilities. Hotels in Denmark range from large international chains and charming countryside resorts, to cosy inns and family-run establishments with unique character and history. With a strong tradition for cutting-edge design, it’s not surprising that Denmark also has a number of renowned design hotels and hotels of architectural importance.
Denmark has a great selection of well-known and up-and-coming design and boutique hotels, offering unique rooms with luxurious trimmings. The Radisson BLU Royal Hotel in Copenhagen is celebrated as the world’s first design hotel, designed inside and outside in 1960 by world-renowned architect Arne Jacobsen. Hotel Alexandra is another Copenhagen classic and the only Danish retro design hotel in Copenhagen. As well as Danish design classics, there are many new hotels that offer one-of-a-kind sleeping experiences. From the opulent new Nimb Hotel in Tivoli Gardens and the über-popular Hotel Sankt Petri in the capital to Hotel Oasia in Aarhus, it's easy to treat yourself to a luxurious design hotel break in Denmark.
Prices for hotel rooms vary. The average cost of a double room with breakfast ranges from around 595kr per night for a one-star hotel, up to 4,630kr per night for a five-star hotel.
All hotels in Denmark that are members of HORESTA (The Danish Hotels’ Association) and have at least 40 beds, are classified with 0 to 5 stars based on assessment of their facility and service standards.
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