Copenhagen’s Hotel d’Angleterre Reopens after Restoration

Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Denmark
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Hotel d'Angleterre, CopenhagenOne of Europe’s original Grande Dames, the Hotel d’Angleterre in Copenhagen reopened on May 1 after a full restoration. Dating from 1755, the historic landmark-- originally designed as a neoclassical palace-- boasts a city-center location next to the Royal Danish Theatre on Kongens Nytorv Square.

The 90 guest rooms and suites have been fully renovated with all the contemporary creature comforts (and “grand bathrooms”). Indeed the Royal Suite—sprawling across 2,960 square feet—is now the biggest hotel room in the city, and comes complete with fireplaces and a grand balcony overlooking Copenhagen.

Michelin-starred chef Ronny Emborg has been appointed Executive Chef of the new, lavishly decorated Marchal restaurant. Balthazar is the city’s first Champagne bar, serving up 160 different Champagnes and cocktails. There’s also an urban spa with a fitness room and swimming pool. For more information, visit

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