RADISSON BLU ROYAL HOTEL
The Radisson Blu Royal hotel caused something of a stir when it first opened in 1960.
Hailed as the start of a new era in ‘jet set’ hotels in Scandinavia, the Radisson was designed by the famous Danish architect Arne Jacobsen. Situated within walking distance of Tivoli Gardens and the Strøget shopping district, the Radisson Blu dominates the Copenhagen skyline. Although much of the interior décor has been replaced in recent renovations, the hotel is still a luxurious affair, and rightly attracts the cream of society. The sleek and elegant 260 guest rooms and suites are graced with Scandinavian style and desirable amenities such as in-room minibar and bathrobes. On-site facilities include a relaxing bar, a large fitness center and modern meeting facilities that can accommodate up to 300 guests. The on-site restaurant, Alberto K, is considered to be one of the finest eateries in the city.
TOP SUITE THE KAPPENBERGER SUITE & THE ROYAL PANORAMA SUITE
Why we love it: Most luxurious hotels have one top suite, but the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel has pipped all other hotels in Copenhagen – it has two: The Kappenberger Suite & The Royal Panorama Suite. Both suites are situated on the top floor of the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, providing visitors with an outstanding vista over Copenhagen. The suites feature a large bedroom with a king-size bed, a separate living room and the option to connect to another double room. The Royal Panorama suite also has a steam bath and a Bang & Olufsen television and sound system. The suites come with a host of amenities including an in-room Nespresso® coffee machine, full use of the Royal Club facilities and guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast at the hotel’s signature Alberto K Restaurant.
- Square footage: 1,840
- Nightly rate: $1,390