What We Love
- Contemporary style and an industrial past combine at this Copenhagen go-toThe atmospheric interiors of this former working warehouse
- Michelin-star worthy cuisine in the hotel's new restaurant
- Discovering design-savvy Copenhagen
What To Know
- Set within a pair of renovated 200-year-old warehouses on the waterfront
- Inviting touches like heated bathroom floors
- Located on Paper Island, a super central spot near all the sights and restaurants; the world famous Noma is just a quick stroll over the bridge
Copenhagen makes a breeze of city breaks, squeezing an impressive range of opportunities into its relatively compact cityscape. World-class museums and captivating, cobbled streets provide the foundations for a chic creative scene that spans design, fashion and food. Its culinary scope is impressive, with 15 Michelin-starred restaurants all sitting amidst super-stylish cafes and industrial-hip bars.
71 Nyhavn encapsulates it all, starting with its situation; the hotel’s set within two, striking, 200-year-old warehouses that sit right by the waterfront. Sitting side by side, the lofty yellow and red buildings are linked by an inviting lobby area and offer access to some of the city’s best dining, which can be found at the new SEA by Kiin Kiin restaurant. The considered refurbishment of these historic buildings extends all the way to the attractive guest rooms, which feature atmospheric exposed beams.
How to Get There
Amazing first rate service where everyone speaks perfect English and is extremely welcoming. The accommodations have a local Danish feel with wooden beamed ceilings, excellent amenities (beyond bath amenities they have a modern single serve coffee maker and free bottled water) and is more than comfortable. Breakfast buffet is excellent and they have multiple Gluten Free options. Location is at the end of Nyhavn which given the immense tourist traffic is fantastic as you are close to the action but not stuck in the middle. Still, recommend you ask for a quiet room. You will love Copenhagen and I recommend besides all the local more typical tourist sites you visit the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde (40 minute train ride).
So we were in Copenhagen in May pre and post our Scandinavian and Baltic cruise. We chose Nyhavn primarily because of its location. Right in the heart of Nyhavn which for us is the most iconic Copenhagen attraction.
A bit pricey to be honest, but so is everything else in Scandinavia. Accomodations were perfect and the staff were very helpful and went out of their way to offer us a room with an extra bed/couch. Food around the area is quite pricey too because it is very touristy so you have to be choiceful. The hotel has a r stair any which is top notch! Stone’s throw away from Stroget and Amelionborg palace.
Highly recommend the place.
I was booked there through our travel agency and they did a great job. Very nice hotel which changes from the classical modern hotels in the city centre of the city. You are directly in the main areas where you will find eating, drinking and shopping places. My room was very clean and directly available. The room was very well equipped and I was lucky to have a great view on the water side. The hotel is easy to find and you are at less than 10 walking minutes from the metro which can bring you in +- 15 minutes directly to the airport.
Nestled in Nyhavn, the city’s most picturesque and upbeat district, 71 Nyhavn is more than a luxury hotel. It is history. It is tranquility. It is energy. It is delight. And above all it is love.
The moment we checked in, we were enveloped in genuine care and love by the hotel staff. They left no stone unturned to ensure our maiden trip to Copenhagen was a memorable one.
The front desk staff’s knowledge of the city is exceptional as they sketched out a perfect plan for our two day stay in the city. Each day we’d come back, they’d be interested in knowing how the day had shaped up for us. We could feel a scent of genuineness in their friendly yet professional enquiries.
The polished-yet-casual vibe of the rooms give them a very chic look. The liberal use of wood accentuated by the abundance of natural light within the room and luxurious finishes make it very cozy. One can sit by a cute old world charm window and savour the verdant view of the canal while soaking up the pleasant sunshine. Needless to say, it’s easy to get lost in that beautiful moment!
The restaurants offer nothing but the best culinary experience in terms of ingredients, taste, flavors and service. The extensive breakfast buffet with a rich choice of organic breads and Danish pastries was delightful. The short interesting stories at the buffet add another dimension to the breakfast experience. The Danish speciality, an open sandwich with cream, organic bread and potatoes was a riot of colours and flavors.
Overall, our stay at 71 Nyhavn was an experience par excellence. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the General Manager Ms. Signe Larsen Vazquez and her team for brilliantly managing this hotel with a golden heart!
My husband and I just spent 16 days in Scandinavia, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Our travel agent chose this property and am I glad he did. This was a fantastic way to end our journey, leaving a wonderful memory of Copenhagen in our minds. When we first came from the airport (via train) we walked from the station down Nyhavn and thought "Oh no, what have we done" as there were soooo many tourists in the area. But, as we neared the end of the quaint street, the tourists had cleared out. We had found nirvana. We were in the heart of the city without the noise and inconvenience! But what about the rest? It was class all the way. The staff are as you'd expect in a luxury resort, they are attentive, knowledgeable, discreet. They made dinner reservations, fabulous restaurant recommendations, quaint walks from the hotel, a great place for a massage etc. The rooms were spacious and clean and very charming with the wood beams. Bedding and comfort was exceptional. The bathroom and especially the shower were excellent. We were in room 404. I would recommend a high floor just to ensure no noise. But it was awfully pleasant to rest in the afternoon with our windows open and enjoy the views and cool air over the gorgeous canal and harbor. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here on any future trip to Copenhagen. Oh, and by the way, the breakfast was excellent. Fresh smoothies, pancakes, omelettes made to order and of course delicious Danish Pastries!!!