Hotel d’Angleterre hotel review - Copenhagen, Denmark
With its storied past and its near faultless location on Kongens Nytorv Square - next to the Royal Danish Theatre and just a short stroll from the pedestrian shopping street Strøget – Copenhagen’s grand dame, Hotel d’Angleterre was never going to be ordinary. Now, the neoclassical property, originally designed by Danish architect Jens Vilhelm Dahlerup in the 1870s, has emerged from an extensive restoration that celebrates its longstanding history while effortlessly bringing it into the 21st century. Headed by one of Scandinavia’s oldest practices, C.F. Møller, together with interior firms GA Design International and Space Copenhagen, the contemporary refit respectfully highlights the building’s original details, by way of chic greys, deep purple hues and polished furnishings. In addition to the 90 rooms, there is a champagne bar and a fine-dining restaurant, but you will most likely find us in the Amazing Space spa, relaxing by the sleek new 400sqm indoor pool.