Copenhagen, Denmark - August 2012
We stayed at the Admiral Copenhagen for a night before our Norwegian Fjords cruise on Brilliance of the Seas.
The Admiral Hotel is an old, imposing structure on the promenade. It dates back to the year 1787 and is a former warehouse originally built as a granery which has been converted into a four-star hotel. The old walls have been preserved and the lobby, rooms, restaurant etc. have been skillfully incorporated – very tasteful.
No two rooms are alike. Each room is designed a little different. However, one feature is common to all of the rooms – just as the rest of the hotel they capture the feeling and the mood of the building’s history thanks to their characteristic beams, the vaulted ceilings and the visible brick walls. Do not expect stark modern luxury but let the charming old style win you over.
Breakfast was served in an inviting room next to the lobby. The service here was just as friendly as experienced by the staff at the front desk when we checked in. The hotel prides itself with beeing environmentally friendly. Primarily organic dairy produce is used. Bread, muesli and oatmeal cereals are organic. They are striving to minimise the volume of disposable packaging related to breakfast products.
Excellent! From the airport we took the Metro to Kongens Nytorf station and only had a 5 minute walk to the hotel.
The famous Nyhavn is just arround the corner. Amalienborg Palace, home of the Danish Royal family is virtually next door to the hotel. The Little Mermaid, the Citadel and the Cefion Fountain are just steps away.
Address & Website
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, Toldbodgade 24-28, 1253 København K, Denmark, +45 33 74 14 14
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