Right by the train station and Tivoli gardens, you can't get more central.
The standard rooms are on the small side but most rooms I have seen were in decent condition and pleasingly furnished. The maple wood veneers and light pallette used on the fabrics create a light, bright feeling, although the small bathrooms are far from luxurious. Worryingly, quite a few guests have complained on various forums about down-at-heel rooms though.
Try to get rooms as high up the building as possible, for both the views and to get away from the street noise (it's not a serious issue, but it does get quieter up the higher you go).
There's free broadband and/or WiFi in all rooms.
The 'egg' chairs and other classic Danish design touches are nice but the management needs to redo the lighting in the lobby. It feels gloomy.
Eating and drinking
Alberto K is the hotel's fine-dining flagship and is a destination place for non-guests. It's certainly in the top 10 Copenhagen restaurants. The Cafe Royal, by contrast, serves food all day but is really nothing special. I was also disappointed by the bar here. I'd heard good things about it but there are far more atmospheric options and greater choice elswhere - not least at the nearby [node:171047].
The large fitness centre here is well equipped and modern.
I found the service here professional, although being such a large hotel there is a sense that you are a number not a name.
Who stays there
Business travellers and couples on weekend breaks.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Business travellers
- Great views / scenery
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Classic design hotel
- In need of an update