Welcome to Copenhagen Strand
Although Denmark is small, it still offers two complete types of holiday that not ‘only’ have won the hearts of the Danish, but also the hearts of international guests. Across tongues and cultures. You see, if you want to explore cultural heritages, locale experiences, and star sprinkled restaurants, you can go for a city break. If you, on the other hand, appreciate cosy holiday cottages and fresh sea air, it is natural to stay by the preservation-worthy coasts that, most beautifully, encircle Denmark. Unfortunately, it is not easy to combine these types of holidays during the same stay. Unless you visit Copenhagen Strand. Our 4-stared hotel is in the first row by the blue waves in Copenhagen Harbour – naturally, close to attractions and must-sees, but still in a peaceful atmosphere. Therefore, we consider Copenhagen Strand as a seaside hotel in the city centre – and we look forward to give you a warm welcome!
Be surrounded by maritime luxury in Copenhagen
You can find us in a well-preserved warehouse from 1869 that, just like the rediscovered Danish seaside hotels, creates exclusive frames around a recreational and nostalgic stay. Behind our walls, you find a 4-stared atmosphere that might make you think of holiday cottages, beaches and sea breezes. Because you will be met with light three furniture, dark blue surfaces and colours, straight reeds and a mixture of the Nordic light and warm glows, both from the open fire and the ceiling lights that hang like luminous amber lumps. The maritime style continues in our 174 newly renovated rooms – and therefore completes your laid-back luxury stay in the centre of Copenhagen.
Breakfast in a subsea atmosphere
From sightseeing to salvation
Nordic light and discreet luxury at the waterfront.
Tivoli Gardens is a fairytale amusement park in the heart of Copenhagen. Tivoli opened its doors in 1843, making it the world's second oldest amusement park, and it has been a huge attraction ever since.
Nyhavn, Copenhagen's port pearl, which stretches from Kongens Nytorv Square and all the way along the canal. Many of the old houses are preserved till this day, and the oldest house dates back to 1681.
The Botanical Garden is a beautiful oasis in Copenhagen. The garden is a living museum which holds one of the world's largest herbaria with pressed and preserved plants and fungi from around the world.
Kings New Square
The Kings New Square is at the end of the street up towards Nyhavn and is surrounded by beautiful old mansion. In the middle stands the equestrian statue of King Christian the 5th and every spring it is tradition for the new student’s to celebrate the day by dancing around the statue.
Amalienborg og Amaliehaven
Amalienborg is the monarch’s winter residence. The beautiful complex consists of four palaces, and Christian Vll’s Palace’s magnificent rooms are open to the general public.
Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen is home to the Danish Parliament. The palace features the Royal Reception Rooms, Absalon's ruins, the royal stables and, not least, the new attraction: the Royal Kitchen.
Copenhagen Town Square
Town Hall Square is the city's great popular place where people move around the clock. The square is inspired by the shape of a seashell, and adjacent to the impressive old Copenhagen City Hall Building.
Copenhagen is situated by the Port of Copenhagen close to Nyhavn. Various methods of public transport are easily accessible from the hotel.
- Indoor car park 600 m from the hotel
- 450 m to Kongens Nytorv (metro)
- 290 m to the closest bus (bus 66)
Facilities and services
- Free Wi-Fi in the entire hotel
- Check in from 15.00pm
- Check out before 12.00 noon
- Breakfast buffet at weekdays 06.30am-10.00am
- Breakfast buffet at weekends 07.00am-11.00am
- Safe box in all rooms and at reception
- 24-hour reception
- Room service during the breakfast restaurant's opening hours
- Bike and car rental
- Free use of PC in the lobby
- Meeting room for 8 people
- Laundry and dry cleaning service at the same day
- Lending of ironing kit, hair dryer and cot
- Wake-up call