Hotel Danmark — Copenhagen, Denmark

Hotel Denmark
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Encouraged by the success of Hotel SP34, Denmark’s Brøchner group has upped the ante with its latest project in Copenhagen’s historic centre.

The 88-room Danmark comprises two buildings – one, built in 1792, and the other in 1969 which architect Morten Hedegaard has swathed with a new racing green façade. The refurbished interiors fairly pop with vibrant blues and reds alongside bold graphics and colours inspired by the collection in the nearby Thorvaldsen museum, whilst the walls are partially coated with glossy lacquer, and splashed with a bespoke paint that has the texture of velvet.

In the rooms, leather headboards, bronzed ceiling mirrors and mosaic floors are set off by, of course, handsome Danish furniture. The kitchen shows off its organic bent especially at breakfast, and in-house restaurant Tivoli Hallen delivers Danish classics.

The rooftop terrace, meanwhile, incorporates 360-degree city views of Copenhagen’s spired silhouette and canals with a bijou bar. 

Bedroom with four poster bed

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Outside of the room

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Wooden Staircase

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Hotel Entrance

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Waiting hall

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Daven Wu is the Singapore Editor at Wallpaper*. A former corporate lawyer, he has been covering Singapore and the neighbouring South-East Asian region since 1999, writing extensively about architecture, design, and travel for both the magazine and website. He is also the City Editor for the Phaidon Wallpaper* City Guide to Singapore.