Inaugurated in 1938, the hotel once consisted of four town houses which were later merged into a single building. The hotel unravels a history of its origins. It all started with two people falling in love, getting married and starting a family where the hotel now stands. Rumor has it that two of their children still haunt the Room 108. As far as the room décor is concerned, it is known for simplicity, class and elegance. This applies to their bathrooms and the lobby as well. The hotel offers a varied range of rooms; ranging from small to medium sized to large suites. The interior is designed on classical English style and includes spacious bathrooms with tub/shower combinations.
Location: On Helgolandsgade & Colbjørnsensgade
Room Information: 262 units
Prices: DKK990-DKK1, 290 ($168-$219/£99-£129) double; DKK1, 190-DKK1, 590 ($202-$270/£119-£159) triple; DKK1, 590-DKK1, 890 ($270-$321/£159-£189) suite. Rates include buffet breakfast.