Copenhagen legends. Famous hotels glorified by history or celebrities
Check on the map. From Copenhagen center - 0.4 kmA wonderful historic hotel, D Angleterre started its history in 1755, when two lovers escaped from the castle, opened a small tavern and then a guesthouse. The hotel got its name after an Anglophile club that was located in the building after the original owners had passed out. The hotel suffered damage from fire twice, and during the latest war the building was used as headquarters of the German troops. During several centuries the hotel was a leading one in the country, so its luxurious rooms were used by famous people who visited the country. Among legendary guests of D Angleterre, you will find presidents, members of royal families, celebrities, etc. Churchill, Madonna, Andersen, and many other famous personalities among its guests. D Angleterre is a magnificent example of luxury, elegance and refined taste.
Check on the map. From Copenhagen center - 1 kmInternationally famous Radisson Sas Royal Hotel highly values its creator - Arne Jacobsen, who was one of the most notable Dutch architects of the 20th century. Items, created by the master, have become true masterpieces in the world of design. This has always attracted famous people to the hotel, who prefer to stay at Radisson SAS Royal Hotel during their visits to Copenhagen. In different times, the hotel greeted such famous guests as Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Dalai Lama and various celebrities. Having stayed at this legendary hotel, you will be able to admire one of the best works of the talented designer. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
Check on the map. From Copenhagen center - 1 kmIn 1787, a warehouse for the purpose of keeping grain was built in the city. The building was fully restored in 1978, and Admiral Hotel was open in it. The building still features wooden beams made of a two hundred year old pine, while brick walls and arched passages remind of the respectable age of the building. The hotel’s interior was carefully developed and so all furniture was made specifically for this project. Now rooms and public zones feature massive teakwood furniture that looks awesome together with the antique beams. Careful restoration has turned the hotel into one of the most original places in the city, so Admiral Hotel can safely be called a landmark. That is not just a hotel, but a piece of another world that brings visitors back to the past, to the kaleidoscope of important events in the history of Denmark. The residence of the king was located close to the hotel, and its ceiling beams still have marks that remind of frequent attacks from the seaside. A stay at Admiral Hotel is more than just a visit, but an opportunity to feel the past. Antique style only adds to uniqueness and authenticity of the place. Admiral is an ideal place for travelers who want to see life and landmarks of Copenhagen.
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