It’s unfortunate that one of Copenhagen’s finest hotels is closed for refurbishment – the Hotel D’Angleterre, one of the world’s oldest hotels, really is a statement in class and luxury.
The hotel has existed for over 250 years and has welcomed all manner of guests, from royalty to presidents and celebrities to dignitaries. The renovation process, which is projected to be completed in 2012, is expected to restore the hotel to the forefront of world hospitality. There will be fewer rooms at the new Hotel D’Angleterre, with the current number of 123 rooms dropping to 91, but much larger suites, as well as two restaurants, two bars and an improved spa. The spa will aim to build on its reputation as one of the finest in the city by increasing its size and offering an even greater selection of treatments. The hotel will keep with a contemporary décor to match the elegance of the façade, and will aim to provide guests with the feel of staying in a private home. Elite travelers looking for information on the renovation of the hotel should contact Mrs Karin Nørgaard.
TOP SUITE HOTEL D’ANGLETERRE
Why we love it: Very little is known about the Hotel D’Angleterre’s biggest suite, which is very much still in the planning stage at the moment. What little is known, however, is very impressive. Standing at over 2,700 square feet, the suite will be the largest in Copenhagen by a considerable margin. Given the scale of the renovation of the hotel, it’s more than likely that however the suite turns out it’ll be a fantastic addition to the Hotel D’Angleterre.
- Square footage: 2,700
- Nightly rate: $7,300