Love blossoms in spring and it is difficult not to fall in love when you visit Copenhagen. Bring your wife, husband or loved one for a cozy Easter holiday in the city.
Copenhagen is something special at Easter. The city is more beautiful than ever, the heartrate higher, and no matter where you go, you will be invited inside for a warm and pleasant atmosphere. It is not difficult to enjoy Copenhagen in the Easter holidays, and certainly not if you book a nice and romantic weekend break at one of our central hotels.
If you seek the historical and magnificent attractions in Copenhagen, we recommend a visit to Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace or perhaps the Round Tower. The monarchy takes a major part in Danish history, and these three buildings draw important clues to the Danish kings, directly and indirectly.
Should it happen that spring weather is favoring you on your romantic Easter break, the city abounds of places where you can enjoy each other and the outdoor attractions. Here, we would recommend The Little Mermaid, the Freetown Christiania, the Botanical Garden and The Open Air Museum; each of them unique places and absolute must-see attractions in Copenhagen. Additionally, there are many well-known museums worth a visit.
Get more ideas for Easter 2018.
A hotel with a central location is crucial if you want easy access to the attractions of Copenhagen during your Easter holidays in 2018. We have listed a selection of popular hotels that provide time for well-deserved self-indulgence and relaxation on a romantic weekend break.
Do you like the exclusivity of unique classic style? Then the 4-star Phoenix Copenhagen is a diamond in Copenhagen’s old financial district. Here, you are close to for example the shopping street and Nyhavn.
In this old warehouse from 1804, you will find a 4-star hotel with a fantastic harbour view. The rustic look from the outside is involved in the design of the 130 rooms and suites and the popular Restaurant SEA by Kiin Kiin.
Another 4-star hotel in the heart of Copenhagen. The City Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens are just around the corner, the rooms are luxurious and the restaurant, brasserie and bar attract tourists as well as the local people from Copenhagen who love good food and drink.
In the Danish version of the board game ‘Monopoly’, it costs DKK 40,000 to park and stay at the City Hall Square hotel. Our hotel The Square is located at the same address but at a much cheaper price (so not to worry), and you will enjoy the central location from your luxurious hotel room.
Copenhagen Island is a hotel located on an artificial island at the harbour of Copenhagen. The hotel is designed by Utzon and is in every way unique in its simplicity. This is a hotel you simply must experience.