Established in 1755, the d’Angleterre is an icon and a historic landmark in Copenhagen, celebrated for its elegance, luxury and style. Inspired by its rich heritage the hotel has recently undergone a complete refurbishment and has reopened as a revitalized grand palace. Balancing legacy and style with intuitive and tailored services, the d’Angleterre will complement the desires of today’s refined travelers.
Key Selling Points
- This 260 year old hotel has been completely renovated over two years and re-opened its doors in May 2013.
- Located in Kongens Nytorv, in the heart of Copenhagen, near The Royal Theatre, Nyhavn Canal and the pedestrian shopping street “Strøget”.
- Stunning 2,700 sq. ft. Royal Suite features a grand balcony overlooking Kongens Nytorv and The Royal Theater, it has a dining room for 10 guests and a spectacular fireplace.
- The hotel’s restaurant, Marchal, is famous for its sensuous and beautiful food. Marchal was awarded a Michelin star and named “Restaurant of the year” in 2014.
- The 4,300 sq. ft. spa “Amazing Space by d’Angleterre” features an expansive menu of signature treatments as well as wet areas, fully equipped fitness studio and an indoor swimming pool.
Services & Amenities
- Each of the 92 spacious rooms and suites are individually decorated with stylish interiors and hand-picked artworks, spacious bathrooms, and the latest technology
- Suites facing the Kongens Nytorv (the king’s new square) all include a Butler’s Cupboard where guests can leave their clothes and shoes for cleaning. Staff collects this from the hallway, so as to not disturb the guests.
- Contemporary fine dining at the hotel’s Michelin-starred “Marchal” which is the indisputable destination for wining and dining in Copenhagen
- “Balthazar”, a contemporary champagne bar which serves more than 160 different champagnes, champagne cocktails, and classic cocktails
- Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
Must See Experiences
D’Angleterre is located near Nyhavn, the city’s 17th century waterfront canal and entertainment district. Stretching from Kongens Nytorv to the harbor front just south of the Royal Theater and close to d’Angleterre.
Europe’s longest pedestrian streets which boast a wealth of shops, from chains to expensive boutiques, featuring such brands as Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Hermès. This area however is not just about shopping. While walking up and down the side streets you will see several of Copenhagen’s beautiful sights and attractions, such as Helligåndskirken, Church of Our Lady, the court house at Nytorv Square and the Stork Fountain.
Opening in 1843, this famous amusement park and pleasure garden is the second oldest amusement park in the world. This park is the most visited theme park in Scandinavia and the fourth most visited in Europe. Tivoli Gardens is more than just a theme park; it is a popular as a place for dining and to view the wonderful architecture.
I just had a family there in three junior suites. Very discerning clients and the feedback was phenomenal. They especially raved about the friendliness of the staff. My interactions with the sales team and reservations team was also superb.Jamo Ladd, Avenue Two Travel
The stay at d’Angleterre was the highlight of their entire trip. The head concierge is the president of clef d’Or Denmark and can indeed pull rabbits out of a hat and yes he can even get people into Noma or Geranium, two of the hottest restaurants in “the world.Rudi Steele, Rudi Steele Travel
- Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup – 0:17 from the Hotel d’Angleterre
- Copenhagen Central Station – 0:06 from the Hotel d’Angleterre
- Copenhagen Cruise Port – 0:05 from the Hotel d’Angleterre