Boutique hotels are so much more interesting than the large generic chain hotels, don’t you agree? The bespoke touches and creative design features make your stay enriching and inspiring. If I find myself in Copenhagen, I’d like to stay at Hotel SP34. Set in Copenhagen’s bohemian Latin Quarter amidst the coolest restaurants, vintage stores, bars, cafés, with a buzzing university vibe, this übercool hotel is home from home in this design centric city.
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Danish architect and designer Morten Hedegaard is responsible for the hotels ‘laid back look’ with a relaxed open plan living space, cozy library den and multi-purpose reception area that serves as both a check in station and a bar and cafe. Pale timbers, simple white bedlinen and opening windows in the 118 room hotel make staying here feel like you are a local – not a tourist.
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