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Denmark, Copenhagen

Hotel D´Angleterre

Denmark's leading five-star hotel is located in a landmark building overlooking the lovely King’s Square in the heart of Copenhagen. Hotel D’Angleterre is renown for luxurious accommodations, fully personalized services and outstanding hospitality.

With more than 250 years of history, Copenhagen's finest hotel can also pride itself on being one of the oldest hotels in the world. They have welcomed many prominent guests, such as royalty, presidents, dignitaries and celebrities, who all have added their names to their legendary guest list.

At Hotel D’Angleterre, devotion to service and detail welcomes you into a world of privilege. Enviably located, all that Copenhagen has to offer awaits right outside the door.

 

Nimb Hotel

Let yourself be spoiled at the Nimb Hotel

The best hotel in Copenhagen: the Nimb Hotel has 14 unique and individually furnished rooms, of which eight are suites. They are all designed with a sense for the little details, and with the aim of making you feel at home. 

Antiques, linen from Geismar, B&O TV and telephone, an open fire with birch firewood and spacious bathrooms with luxurious bath products are all part of the experience of staying at Nimb Hotel. The pictures on the walls are also worth studying closely, as they are all hand-picked for each room and placed with careful consideration. All the rooms have a view over the gardens, where there is room to dream yourself away.

 

Hotel Imperial

Hotel Imperial is a dynamic four-star hotel located in the heart of Copenhagen just a few minutes’ walk from Copenhagen Central Station and the City Hall. With its mix of classic Danish design and modern architecture the hotel radiates elegance, e.g. one of the floors has in all its room’s furniture designed by the famous Danish design icon Børge Mogensen.

The hotel has undergone extensive refurnishment. All 288 rooms have been given new bedrooms and bathrooms, and the lobby and restaurant have been modernized. The hotel has air conditioning throughout and free Internet in the rooms and the lobby. Furthermore the hotel boasts the largest movie theatre in Denmark.

 

Phoenix

Phoenix Copenhagen is a four-star deluxe hotel, which oozes atmosphere and elegance. The hotel is centrally and exclusively located in the heart of Copenhagen's financial district, just a few minutes walk from Amalienborg Palace, Kongens Nytorv, Nyhavn and the Royal Danish Theatre. Phoenix Copenhagen has 206 elegantly decorated rooms, inspired by the Louis XVI period, seven elegant suites, six beautifully decorated conference rooms and 2 restaurants.

The hotel's history dates back to the 17th century. Over the years, the hotel has been a firm favourite with the landed gentry as well as the noble guests of the royal family. Following extensive refurbishment, strongly inspired by the Louis XVI epoch, Phoenix Copenhagen rose from the ashes like the legendary bird in all its glory in 1991.

A high level of service and attention to the very last detail guarantee you an unforgettable stay in Copenhagen. 

 

Admiral

This atmospheric waterfront hotel is housed in a heritage-listed 18th-century building, right by the vibrant Nyhavn district of Copenhagen. Kongens Nytorv Metro Station is just a five-minute walk away.

Guest rooms at Copenhagen Admiral Hotel have exposed wooden beams and feature a seating area and a minibar. All are equipped with cable TV and Pay TV access.

The Admiral’s gourmet restaurant, SALT, serves modern Scandinavian cuisine inspired by French flavors. After dinner, guests can relax with a drink in the stylish bar, which also offers snacks and light dishes.

The hotel’s central location provides easy access to shopping, dining and culture. The Royal Amalienborg Palace is a three-minute walk away. Copenhagen Admiral’s friendly staff can provide tourist information and recommend restaurants and places to visit. 

 

Kong Arthur 

 

Hotel Kong Arthur is located in a peaceful neighborhood with view over the Copenhagen lakes. Right behind the hotel, you find the famous Nansensgade area; the trendy home of the urban life Copenhagener. This is also where you find for instance autentic, cosy cafés, the local bakery and unique design shops. On the other side of Queen Louise’s Bridge and Peblinge Sø (the lake), you find Nørrebro; a popular Copenhagen district often compared to Soho, London. Nørrebro is the center of cosmopolitan and multicultural Denmark. Have a drink at Sct Hans square or go shopping in Elmegade. This is what we like to do in our neighborhood.
Except for the hotel sign above the entrance, the old apprentice residence from 1882 pretty much looks the same: The building majestically secluded in the back of the cobblestoned alley, alongside the inner lakes of Copenhagen.
When you grab the handle of the heavy oak wood door and step inside, you will be met by a lit fireplace, comfy sofas, pillows in the window sill, a stack of books on the shelves and beautiful courtyards adorned with summer flowers, cobbles and a unique peacefulness – away from the city bustle. Here, the atmosphere is cozy and informal. 

 

Sweden, Stockholm

Hotel Nobis

Stockholm’s new Contemporary luxury hotel

With a location in two historic late 19th century buildings on Norrmalmstorg square in the city centre of Stockholm, Nobis Hotel is a 201 room hotel offering every convenience and service any business and/or pleasure traveler could ever call for, in an environment of casual elegance. Nobis Hotel has been designed for optimal function, beauty, comfort and atmosphere by world renowned Swedish star architect Claesson Koivisto Rune, in a style of contemporary and beautiful yet timeless and classic, durable elegance, mainly in natural materials of superior quality, subtly influenced by the colors, moods and features of the Swedish Royal Capital.

More than 800 square meters of public spaces, Caina, an Italian restaurant, Bistro, serves Italian dishes, The Gold Bar & Lounge - “Stockholm’s new living room”, fitness centre & sauna. Included in all rooms: free access to fitness centre & sauna, free high-speed wireless internet in the entire hotel, 24-hour concierge and room service, minibar & in-room safe (sized for laptops) with electrical socket, hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers, climate control/AC.

At Nobis Hotel, you are at the heart of Stockholm, with the best restaurants, shops, museums, sights, attractions and nightclubs within easy reach.

 

Grand Hôtel Stockholm

Grand is the Virtuoso hotel in Stockholm. The Grand Hôtel in Stockholm has been home to celebrities, high-profile events and everyday “bon vivants” since 1874. Situated in the best waterfront location, it overlooks the Royal Palace and the Gamla Stan neighborhood, Stockholm’s old town. The hotel has a classic Swedish Veranda restaurant, renowned for its traditional smörgåsbord: A type of Scandinavian meal served buffet-style with multiple cold dishes of various foods on a table, originating in Sweden; the Mathias Dahlgren’s Michelin star restaurants and the spectacular Cadier Bar. For recreation, there’s the Nordic spa & fitness club.

All rooms are individually designed. Everything from the beautiful curtain fabrics to the Molton Brown toiletries are carefully selected for quality and comfort.

 

Lydmar

The Lydmar Hotel meets the harborside promenade in a flounce of sun umbrellas, shading smartly attired, espresso-sipping Swedes. Inside, beyond a light-filled lobby, is a restaurant fit for lingering, lined with bookshelves on one side and windows on the other. The lunch set look as if they have stepped straight out of a gallery, and they probably have — the Lydmar is a short stroll from Skeppsholmen, Stockholm's island of museums, and the National Museum is next door. 

This is the marvel of the Lydmar — it's known as Stockholm's best new boutique hotel, but it also brings in locals. Its creator, Per Lydmar, ran another Lydmar Hotel in the '90s. This Lydmar opened last year with a new look and location — a perch on the point, with views across the water to the Old Town and Stockholm Palace's Baroque bulk. The position even trumps the Grand Hotel's, a few paces along the promenade. Where the last Lydmar had avant-garde aspirations, providing a venue for live music, the new version plumps for elegance and ease. It's supremely comfortable, yet retains the ambiance of a showcase of contemporary art, its walls bearing host to regular exhibitions.

New as it is, the Lydmar is perfectly polished and with just 46 amply proportioned rooms, it's a personal affair. Staying here is like, as Per Lydmar puts it, "being an undisturbed guest in someone's home." Someone's exceptionally lovely home. And someone who will hopefully have you stay again sometime soon. 

 

First Reisen

First Hotel Reisen is a first class hotel in the heart of the Old Town, close to the Royal Palace and only a five-minute walk from the shopping area. The hotel is celebrated for its high standards in service and its accomplished marriage of classical interiors and modern design. 

Several rooms offer harbor views while others feature private saunas, jacuzzis and balconies. All hotel guests are offered complimentary wireless internet access. The hotel has an exquisite restaurant and a wellness spa in addition to conference and banquet facilities. We also have a gym, sauna and a cold water pool (15 degrees) which we offer all guests free of charge.

 

Haymarket by Scandic

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The grand entrance on Hotorget Square welcomes everyone to step into a 1920s era of optimism and elegance. Here in the historic PUB building, you can stay in the midst of farmers' markets, cinemas and concert halls, within walking distance of both the central station and trendy Stureplan.

Original features of the building where Greta Garbo worked in the 1920s have been carefully preserved, restored or reinterpreted for the coming 2020s. The magical and cinematic feel is a stark contrast to the modern and cosmopolitan features, creating an extraordinary design experience. 405 extraordinary rooms. You don´t have to be an expert to appreciate the contrasts in Haymarket by Scandic

 

At Six

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Brunkebergstorg, Stockholm. A 19th century haven for socialites. And that’s where it all begins. A rebirth. A reimagining. A hotel to be seen. En vogue elegance in a new home. Where contemporary art meets design. Where dining revels in breathtaking views. Where sleep is nurtured by comfort. Where spacious comes as standard. Where detail intrigues with a twist. Where surprise is no surprise.

At Six rooms have some beautiful features in common. Spaciousness. Luxurious bathrooms. A generous marble writing desk for late nights hacking away and a custom designed lounge seating for kicking back in style. Dreamy beds, sized for kings. Where you can’t wait to nuzzle into those crispy bed linen. And try every single one of the different pillows to find your perfect match!

The hotel opens March 23rd. 2017

 

 

Norway, Oslo

Continental

As Norway’s only member of the Leading Hotels of the World, Hotel Continental has been owned and operated by the same family for four generations and is situated in the heart of Oslo.

At Hotel Continental we blend the best of good traditions with inspiration from new trends. Classical elements are cleverly combined with unconventional colors and contemporary design to create an artistic masterpiece. Each of our 155 rooms and suites has its own unique character, with decor, soft furnishings and art all hand-selected and juxtaposed with the greatest of care. This gives our guests plenty to feast their eyes on, whilst preserving the quality, attention to detail and the cosmopolitan atmosphere that always been Hotel Continental’s trademark.

 Hotel Bristol

Hotel Bristol is situated in the heart of bustling downtown Oslo. When you stay at Hotel Bristol, you really are at the heart of it all – the best shops are a short stroll away and the pedestrian high street of Karl Johans gate, the Royal Palace, museums, the Aker Brygge waterfront with its many shops and restaurants, and most of Oslo’s sights are all within easy walking distance. You can expect a superior standard of service at Hotel Bristol, which is one of Oslo’s most venerable historic hotels

The Thief 

A little island, a whole ocean of experiences. With Oslo´s most spectacular location The Thief steals its guests away from everyday life.
Located between the iconic Astrup Fearnley Museum, the canals on Tjuvholmen and the Oslofjord, the hotel have a brilliant view. Tjuvholmen – the city district which was once home to criminals and shady dealings is now a power centre for contemporary art and good city living at the water’s edge. International-calibre restaurants, cosy eateries and high-quality galleries sit side by side in pedestrianised streets and squares. And the Astrup Fearnley Museum designed by Italian star architect Renzo Piano, is the hotel’s nearest neighbour.
The Thief reflects its surroundings. From the balcony you can enjoy the view of the fjord. Inside curator Sune Nordgren has hand-picked contemporary art which inspires, surprises and creates aesthetic experiences. The rooms have designer furniture from national and international quality producers selected by interior designer Wille Våge. The building was designed by Mellbye Arkitekter.
Timeless elegance with clear references to contemporary art and design is the common denominator for Thief furnishing. International and Norwegian designers such as Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi, Tom Dixon, Anne Haavind and Stokke Austad are behind the furniture and decor. The hotel’s own art curator has hand-picked art for every single room and suite from the Thief ART collection. 

 

Norway, Bergen

 No. 13

 

Hotel No 13 is located on the fashionable Torgallmenningen avenue in Bergen, close to shopping centres, restaurants, bars, museums and nightlife. There is also a taxi rank and a bus and tram stop by the hotel, and the bustling street life of Fisketorget fish market and Bryggen are just a few minutes' walk away.

The central location makes it easy to explore the city from Hotel No 13. The Høyer shopping centre is two minutes' walk from the hotel and nearby you'll find Nespresso House for a great cup of coffee, and Godt Brød bakery where you choose your own toppings for their delicious bread.

 

Clarion Hotel Havnekontoret

This fashionable hotel is housed in a Neoclassical 1920s stone building, in the historic Bryggen area of Bergen. It offers a free evening buffet and harbor views from the rooftop.

All rooms at Hotel Havnekontoret have a flat-screen TV and DVD player. Some rooms include views of Vågen Bay, while others overlook the hotel garden. Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret offers 24-hour tea/coffee, afternoon pancakes or waffles and a light evening meal for free. Guests can relax in the hotel’s library-lounge or sauna. Other facilities include a gym and a free internet computer in the lobby.

Right on Clarion Hotel Havnekontoret’s doorstep is Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It dates back to the 14th century and was an important trading centre of the Hanseatic League. Bergen Station is a 15-minutes walk away.

 

Hotel Grand Terminus

 A centrally located venue, that offers genuine experiences in a historical and classical environment.

Grand Terminus is a classic, and yet modern hotel, located in the centre of Bergen. New owners have revived what was once the city's most luxurious and elegant hotel when it opened in 1928. Today Grand Terminus is more beautiful than ever - a very special hotel with a very central location close to several parking garages, railway, airport shuttle, light rail and local and regional buses.

Classical, elegant architecture characterises both the hotels interior and exterior. The hotel has won awards for its excellent design, and in 1995 it became the first city hotel in the country to be proposed as a listed building. 

Its location near three multi-storey car parks with a total of 2,500 spaces, the railway station, airport bus, the bus station, the Bergen Light Rail and the Grieg Hall means that the hotel is very accessible, and it is a mere five minutes’ walk to Torgalmenningen Square. 

New owners has since 2006 been carefully renovating the hotel. We welcome you to a good hotel experience in one of Norway's most beautiful cities.

 

Iceland 

Canopy by Hilton

Set across six connected houses, the hotel joins a neighborhood rich with history, color and life. We'll introduce you to the area with a local treat at check-in. Take to two wheels and explore the vibrant streets – the hotel will provide the bikes. Make restaurant, bar and retail discoveries on Laugavegur Street, or visit Hallgrímskirkja Church and snap a perfect pic of the city from 73 meters up.

At Canopy, the rooms and suites are styled in shades of ocean and volcanic rock and have all the comforts you crave. Just-Right Rooms have a 48-inch TV, mini-refrigerator, bedding designed exclusively for Canopy for comfier, better sleep - and the WiFi is on for free. Suites offer even more space to stretch out in a living room. Local art fills the walls in the boutique rooms and suites.

 

Finland, Helsinki

Hotel Kämp

Hotel Kämp is housed in a beautiful 19th century building, opposite the Esplenade Park in the heart of Helsinki. It offers spacious rooms that combine historical elegance with modern facilities.

All rooms at Kämp Hotel have LCD TVs with satellite channels. They are furnished with comfortable Relyon beds and seating areas. All rooms have luxurious marble bathrooms, a minibar and Wi-Fi access.

Restaurant Yume offers modern Asian cuisine in a stylish atmosphere. Kämp Brasserie & Bar offers breakfast, brasserie-style food and seasonal delicacies in a classical ambiance. The evening menu consists of a broad range of European dishes and wines.

Kämp Spa offers tailor-made spa treatments, and has a luxury sauna and hammam section, pilates and yoga classes. A well-equipped 100 m² gym is also available. The Helsinki Cathedral is a six-minute walk from the hotel. The Boulevardi shopping street can be found 300 meters away.