Traveling to Denmark and searching for a boutique hotel in Copenhagen? You’re in luck because we have a top-notch Copenhagen boutique hotel guide to help you choose. There are many small luxury hotels in Copenhagen, but we show you the top options.
When it comes to the best place to stay in Copenhagen, most people would agree on the city centre. It’s easy to reach from Copenhagen Airport by taxi, car hire or even public transportation.
The city centre is also close to the best attractions in Copenhagen, Michelin restaurants and fun nightlife. All of the hotels on the list are hotels in Copenhagen city centre. They are in different neighborhoods and can be located on the Google map.
Read on and we’ll help you decide where to stay in Copenhagen.
Top 10 Copenhagen Boutique Hotels
There’s a lot of charming boutique hotels in Copenhagen, here are links to the top 10.
Read more about the neighborhoods they are located in and attractions nearby.
Please note: prices for each location vary due to factors like demand and time of year. The figures listed are meant as a rough estimate for the lowest price room available in the current season. Click the book now buttons (or click here) to get latest prices. Always book ahead of time for the lowest prices.
City Hall Neighborhood
You’ll love staying in this bustling neighborhood that’s full of life and things to do in Copenhagen. From the City Hall neighborhood you can walk to all the major attractions in Copenhagen. It’s perfect for nightlife, fine dining and a short trek to Copenhagen Central Station and Tivoli Gardens.
Staying in the Nyhavn neighborhood is like waking up in a postcard every morning. This neighborhood is quintessentially Copenhagen. Nyhavn is the iconic harbor with pastel houses and charming cobblestone streets that you imagine when you think of Copenhagen. Some of the most historic buildings are in this area and it’s close to the picturesque canals and harbor.
Vesterbro is the hip and happening neighborhood just on the other side of Tivoli and Copenhagen Central Station. It’s home to eclectic shops, art galleries, international and New Nordic restaurants and cool cocktail bars. The neighborhood once had a seedy reputation and the distinction of being Copenhagen’s red-light district. Today it’s a trendy neighborhood with a fun and non-pretentious vibe.
This vibrant area of the city is a commuter hub for the Copenhagen region. It’s full of cozy pubs, mid-range restaurants and quaint streets. Nørreport is also home to the Torverhallerne Market, an open-air food hall and farmer’s market. This neighborhood is also a short walk to The Lakes, three rectangular lakes with popular walking paths.