Hotels in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the Queen’s city – and belongs to all Danes. In 1967, the city celebrated the 800-year anniversary of its founding, but in connection with the many excavations for the new metro lines, it was discovered that it perhaps should have been a 900-year anniversary. But the city is inextricably linked to Bishop Absalon, who has been recognized as the founder of Copenhagen, and he began the construction of his farm in 1167.

In 1443, the city became the royal residence; the university was established in 1479, and Copenhagen was by that point the country’s most important city. In the 1600s, Christian IV put his unmistakable mark on the city with many distinctive buildings, new fortifications and the new district of Christianshavn.

The Royal Family has always played a major role in the history of Copenhagen. The Danish King lived in Copenhagen castle, which was built on Slotsholmen, where Absalon’s castle was also located. When it became too cramped and old-fashioned, the first Christiansborg Palace was built and completed in 1740. The castle burned down in 1794, and the second Christiansborg Palace, which was inaugurated in 1828, only lasted until 1898, when it was destroyed by another fire. The Christiansborg Palace, which we know today, is thus the third Christiansborg Palace, and houses, among other things, the Parliament, the Prime Minister’s Office and the Supreme Court. In the cellars of the present Christiansborg Palace you can still see remnants from the previous castles and Absalon’s castle. But the royal family has long since moved to Amalienborg.

As industrialization took off in the mid-1800s, the ramparts fell and the new districts of Nørrebro, Østerbro and Vesterbro were created. New apartment blocks, often erected in haste, were to house the many rural migrants seeking their fortune in the capital. Most are still standing and give each city district its own distinctive character. After World War II, the city underwent extensive urban renewal. Many slum districts have been demolished and replaced by modern office buildings or green courtyards for the enjoyment of their surrounding properties’ residents.

Copenhagen means merchants’ harbour, and the harbour has always been very important to the city. But just like many other places, shipping has changed; harbour areas have been shut down and turned into new districts with commercial buildings and attractive homes. You get a fine view of these from the harbour buses.

COPENHAGEN’S CHIC CHARM IS SIMPLY IRRESISTABLE!

From Tivoli Gardens, to the Royal Palace and the Little Mermaid, there’s never enough time to see everything in wonderful Copenhagen! Radisson Blu hotels are perfectly located for seeing the sights and soaking up the atmosphere. Choose between the luxurious designer Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in the city centre, the elegant Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Centre and the soaring Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel with its great city views.

Hotels in Copenhagen

  • Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center, Copenhagen
    Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center, Copenhagen

    Description:

    This Copenhagen hotel places guests in the charming Frederiksberg district of Denmark’s capital city and offers proximity to shops, restaurants and major attractions. Relax in comfortable rooms and suites with thoughtful amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet. On-site dining options and a fitness centre are available, as well as the city’s largest event space.


    Contact Information:

    +45 38 158001

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  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen
    Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen

    Description:

    This stunning Copenhagen hotel’s Room 606 is a delightful showcase of the work of Arne Jacobsen and can be booked by guests. All rooms include amenities like coffee and tea provisions and a mini bar. Be sure to visit Alberto K for award-winning cuisine and memorable views of the city. Other features include a fitness centre and exceptional meeting facilities.


    Contact Information:

    +45 33 426000

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  • Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagen
    Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagen

    Description:

    In a stunning 26-storey structure, this hotel in Copenhagen boasts 544 designer rooms and suites. Business and leisure travellers alike are sure to appreciate dramatic views of the city rooftops and the coast, and amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet ensure a relaxing stay. Along with three restaurants and two bars, this accommodation is also home to the city's only casino. A fully equipped fitness centre and elegant meeting space round out the list of offerings.


    Contact Information:

    +45 3396 5000

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