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71 Nyhavn Hotel Copenhagen, Denmark

71 Nyhavn Hotel Copenhagen, Denmark

71 Nyhavn Hotel Copenhagen


It is in prime waterfront position, on the corner at which photogenic Nyhavn (passing point for sightseeing boat excursions) matches the harbour. The 66 bus from Central Station stops nearby, and Kongens Nytorv, 10 minutes’ walk away, has more buses and a subway station with direct connections to the airport. There is a water bus stop just behind the resort and it is a nice 15-minute walk round the new lane bridge to Copenhagen Street Food, using its food and beverage stalls.
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Style & personality

No lack of character — the hotel is composed of 2 19th-century warehouses (one red, one yellow), today conjoined and transformed into a handsome boutique resort, where large old rustic beams of Pomeranian walnut sit side by side with modern Danish design affects. Art-lovers should have a look at the paintings in the lobby: shot in the operator’s group, they include bits by Asger Jorn and also other members of their mid-20th-century avant-garde Cobra motion.

Service & amenities

Staff are friendly, efficient and educated, happy to recommend the best jogging paths or neighborhood restaurants. Guests may use the exercise facilities in Phoenix Hotel (a local sister property), purchase holiday tickets reception, and employ resort bicycles (125 Danish Krone/#14) for 24 hours). Each day there is free coffee and tea in the lobby, and that’s where you will discover the ’boutique’ — a glass-fronted cupboard stocked with possibly useful things, from Björn Borg panties and Wolford tights to foldable hair brushes and miniature umbrellas. And Small Mermaids.

Room support


All bedrooms include amazing, gnarly old beams, ac, Carpe Diem beds and beautiful toiletries from Danish manufacturer Karmameju, however, the décor differs between both buildings. From the yellowish construction, things are absolutely timeless, with carpeting on the floors and darker polished forests. From the newly renovated red construction (where all of the ‘deluxe’ rooms are) you receive mild hardwood flooring, Arne Jacobsen chairs and modern furnishings out of high-street brands like &Tradition and OX Denmarq. If funding permits, do not think twice about paying extra for a room with an opinion — it is well worth it.

Food & beverage

The restaurant features a split personality. By night, it is SEA by Kiin Kiin, a buzzy outpost of this Michelin-starred Kiin Kiin, serving up tasty, zingy southeast Asian dishes using flair and creativity — a Tom Yam soup, as an instance, includes a tofu-filled syringe for one to squiggle your noodles to the hot broth. They have their very own beers brewed by Mikkeller along with also an intriguing choice of gins from the pub. Come the afternoon, it is straight back to all things, with a buffet of cold cuts, cheeses, yoghurts, fruits, pastries and various cooked things, also homemade vitamin shots as well as smoothies.

Value for cash

Double rooms from approximately 1,500 Danish Krone (#172) year old, such as breakfast. Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

Not appropriate.


Not perfect but cots and extra beds can be found, plus they’ve some interconnecting rooms.

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