01 February, 2012

A small hotel in Copenhagen that's big on style

An affordable hotel is what most people look for when going on a city break; and if you're visiting Copenhagen, then The Avenue Hotel could be just the place for you. Within walking distance from the city centre, this boutique hotel sets new standards for the three star concept. It has also just been awarded the Best Small Hotel 2011 by International Hotel Awards.

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The modern but friendly interior was designed by Mikael Mammen - known for his role in redesigning many leading restaurants and cafes in the city. There are 68 rooms, all furnished in elegant Scandinavian design with Missoni bedspreads. All rooms have hairdryers, cable TV, a fridge, and complimentary internet access. There are also 14 A+ rooms which have more space, DVD players, and cold drinks in the fridge.  

Photo courtesy of The Avenue Hotel
A plentiful buffet breakfast is served between 645am and 10am (1030 at weekends), with an ever changing selection of homemade breads and conserves; cold meats, and fresh coffee. It's the sort of spread where you can stock up, so you can sightsee until your heart's content without the need to stop for lunch!

Photo courtesy of The Avenue Hotel
The hotel's lounge bar is a warm and cosy place to relax. It's open from noon to midnight, and although there is no restaurant for evening meals, light dishes are served alongside amazing cocktails and fine wines.

Photo courtesy of The Avenue Hotel
All guests comment on the warm welcoming staff, and that means the hotel are delivering on their philosophy of providing guests with more than just a comfortable room, but an experience that makes guests feel at home. If you'd like more information on the Avenue Hotel, then visit their official website here.

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