d’Angleterre – Copenhagen

Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen
Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen
Old meets new at the glamourous Hotel d’Angleterre, a landmark dating back to 1755. It’s is completely renovated in 2013, but has maintained its 1870s historical aspects. The hotel is perfectly located next to Royal Danish Theatre on the Kongens Nytorv Square and the edge of Nyhavn. It’s connected to the famous Strøget pedestrian shopping street and within walking distance to excellent restaurants.

Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen
The service is outstanding, you are made to feel very welcome the moment you walk through the front entrance. After entering the hotel, don’t forget to admire the portrait of the young Queen Victoria, painted by Franz Xaver Winterhalter in the lobby. The suites are havens of elegance and comfort! They are spacious, comfortable and beautifully set out. Tip: the Royal Suite offers a breathtaking view of the Royal Danish Theatre and Nyhavn!

Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen
For dinner you don’t really have to leave this hotel. For a perfect evening, visit the Michelin-starred Restaurant Marchal. It is designed as the indisputable destination for wining and dining in Copenhagen. Rich materials such as soft carpets, stone, wood, varnish and velour set a luxurious and stylish, yet relaxed interior. The menu is just wonderful, which is inspired by the Nordic and French kitchen. The dishes are created with special selected ingredients and care for taste.

Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen
The hotel’s rebirth also includes an amazing spa! Space d’Angleterre offers an expansive menu of signature treatments, a lounge for relaxation and revitalization and a fully equipped fitness studio. This spa area is just outstanding, so take your time to relax and recharge your energy!

Hotel d'Angleterre, Copenhagen

We absolutely recommend you to stay at this wonderful hotel next time you visit Copenhagen. It’s an incredible hotel in every way!

Hotel d’Angleterre
Kongens Nytorv 34
1050 København K
T: +45 33120095

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