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What We Love

  • Close to one of Jutland’s most historic cities, Horsens, and within a drive of Legoland theme park
  • Rooftop restaurant has pictorial views of the nature reserve
  • Free WiFi and self-parking
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What To Know

  • Reservations for massages need to be made a week before arrival
  • Some parts of the hotel have views of a former prison
  • Meals and spa services can be pricey
  • The hotel is located outside of Horsens and is about a 15-minute walk to the city center


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Golf Course
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Contemporary family-friendly digs in Central Denmark with a rooftop restaurant and health club

The Lowdown

Located just out of the historic town of Horsens at the edge of Nørrestrand nature reserve in central Denmark, this 132-room hotel often draws families and a business-minded crowd. But, it still manages to exude just the right amount of Scandinavian cool, thanks to Kim Utzon Arkitekter’s understated yet discerning design, which starts in the 39-foot lobby atrium. Guestrooms have buttery leather headboards and creature comforts such as flat-screen TVs and free WiFi; some have private balconies. The hotel’s rooftop restaurant serves seasonal bites with a focus on hearty meat-driven dishes and Danish cheese. And like any Scandinavian hotel worth its salt, there’s also an on-site health club that has a sauna and steam room.

In the Area

Lying at the end of Horsens Fjord in Jutland, the 12th-century town of Horsens is a great base for summertime family fun, with activities such as canoeing on the Gudenåen River or riding the (rollercoaster) rails and touring themed “countries” like Mexicoland and Pirateland at Djurs Sommerland. But those amusement parks might pale in comparison to the ultimate kid-pleasing one: Legoland. For more action, head to the Horsens Golf Club, where there’s even a kid’s sandbox club for your budding Tiger Woods’ to practice their swing.

How to Get There

Hotel Opus Horsens
Egebjergvej 1
Horsens, DK-8700 Denmark


A good business hotel

Easy access.
Lot's of parking spaces free of charge
Comfortable rooms
Passable internet speed
A bit off the city centre but at walking distance.
Breakfast was not to my liking, especially the hot buffet. Having prefabricated portions of scrambled eggs inside a plastic bowl and a piece of sausage and bacon on top of a plastic cap are neither appetizing nor appealing.
All in all its a clean, modern business hotel at Horsens. It is a good choice for a traveller who has business to conduct nearby.

Beautiful hotel

Really nice hotel with big rooms. The bathroom was very nice. Even though I was sleeping in a bed chair it was very comfortable. Also the food in the restaurant is good. I recommend this place if you want to go somewhere to relax for a few days.

Riki R

Huge rooms, excellent hotel facilities. Good location. The breakfast was amazing, variety of fresh fruit. Underground parking. Small gym sufficiant. The staff was very kind and helpful. We recommand it heartly.