Telegraph - Fresh from a recent makeover, Hotel Danmark is looking good and feeling buzzy, with small but handsome bedrooms and a mix of classic and modern Danish design, topped off by a popular rooftop terrace that's open to locals as well as guests.
Wallpaper* - The refurbished interiors fairly pop with vibrant blues and reds alongside bold graphics and colours inspired by the collection in the nearby Thorvaldsen museum, whilst the walls are partially coated with glossy lacquer, and splashed with a bespoke paint that has the texture of velvet.
Condé Nast - Neighbouring Vesterbro and the cobbled streets of Christianshavn are easily explored on one of the hotel’s shiny black bicycles. In this reliably pricey Scandi city, it’s always a thrill to find somewhere that hits the right notes in terms of design and location, and is fantastically reasonable too.
Hotel Danmark, Vester Voldgade, København V, Denmark