Best hotels in Copenhagen, Denmark

We list the best hotels in Copenhagen as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Fodor's, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews. The rating you see is an aggregate from several platforms and is always higher than 4 out of 5 stars.

4.2 Hotel Danmark Copenhagen

Hotel Danmark, Copenhagen

Lonely Planet

“The revamped Danmark is a svelte boutique hideaway steps away from major sights. Though most of its 88 rooms are rather petite, they’re all flawlessly chic and ensconcing, with heavenly beds, tactile fabrics and restrained, elegant Danish furniture.”

4.3 Babette Guldsmeden Copenhagen

Hotel Babette Guldsmeden, Copenhagen

Lonely Planet

“The 98-room Babette is part of the superb Guldsmeden hotel chain, with the same (unexpectedly) harmonious blend of Nordic and Indonesian design aesthetics.”

4.6 Nimb Hotel Copenhagen

Nimb Hotel, Copenhagen

Lonely Planet

“Part of historic Tivoli Gardens, this boutique belle offers 17 individually styled rooms and suites that fuse clean lines, beautiful art and antiques, luxury fabrics and tech perks, such as Nespresso coffee machines and Bang & Olufsen TVs and sound systems.”

4.3 Hotel Alexandra Copenhagen

Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen

Lonely Planet

“The furniture of Danish design deities such as Arne Jacobsen, Ole Wanscher and Kaare Klint graces the interiors of the crisp, refined yet homey Alexandra. Rooms are effortlessly cool, each decked out in a mix of mid-century Danish pieces.”

4.1 Avenue Hotel Copenhagen

The Avenue Hotel, Copenhagen

New York Times

“The Avenue Hotel is a boutique property with 68 updated rooms in a building designed by Emil Blichfeldt, the architect who also designed the Tivoli Gardens’ main entrance. Modern design is evident in everything from Missoni bedspreads and staff outfitted in Scandinavian labels, to walls adorned with works from Danish photographers.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Copenhagen.

4.6 Hotel d'Angleterre Copenhagen

Hotel d’Angleterre, Copenhagen

New York Times

“Dating to the 18th century, the landmark Hotel d’Angleterre emerged from a two-year, head-to-toe renovation in 2013 with 90 elegant rooms and suites, a New Nordic restaurant and swanky Champagne bar.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Copenhagen.