Travel / Where to Stay

Where to Stay: Denmark

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From a cheap and cheerful hostel to a seaside escape,  the best places to stay


Hotel SP34, Copenhagen


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In the Latin Quarter, this new boutique offering has a rooftop terrace with great city views, and rooms with smart TVs and posh smellies by REN. Hip eateries include a burger joint and a tapas bar, and there’s an ice-breaking wine social every evening from 5pm-6pm. Tivoli Gardens are a few minutes walk away.


B&B doubles start from 1,022 DKK (£120) a night

00 45 3395 7777, brochnerhotels.dk


Absalon Hotel, Copenhagen


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Expect Designers Guild wallpapers and soft furnishings, and bathrooms by French design guru Philippe Starck. Rooms are colour-themed, with ‘ocean’ and ‘berry’ being the standard-bearers. There’s a cool bar and bike hire, while the trendy Meatpacking District is near by. 


B&B doubles are from 810 DKK (£95) a night

00 45 3324 2211, absalon-hotel.dk


Hotel Arctic, Greenland


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The world’s most northerly four-star hotel clamped to the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The acclaimed restaurant has views of icebergs travelling past.


Rooms start at 2,371 DKK (£284)

00 299 94 41 53, hotelarctic.com


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