Get gastronomic at these hotel restaurants
Gastronomy is almost synonymous with Copenhagen, and the trend has now also spread into the city’s hotels.
Many of the hotels are now as much gastronomic destinations as they are lovely hotels, and the roster is slowly becoming longer and longer. Hotel restaurants are becoming hubs for both locals and guests to indulge in culinary experiences ranging from the fancy to the relaxed. This list is your guide to some of our favourites.
SEA by Kiin Kiin
SEA stands for South East Asia, and that’s exactly where the food is inspired from. Located in Hotel 71 Nyhavn and run by Michelin starred chef Henrik Yde, this is a seafood lover’s dream.
What is perhaps the most elegant hotel in the city of course has the most elegant of hotel restaurants. Marchal in Hotel D’angleterre has had a Michelin star since 2014 and serves Nordic style cooking with a French twist.
It doesn’t get more Danish than this. Beautiful Hotel Nimb in Tivoli Gardens has several great restaurants. Fru Nimb is the “open faced sandwiches”-one. And they’re darn good.
Situated in a 60’s annex in the courtyard of Hotel Nobis, NOI is an homage to the "hygge" of sharing plates. The restaurant serves a rotating menu with inspiration from all over Europe with an eye for seasonality and quality produce.
Looking out over Amager Fælled, Japanese inspired Restaurant Sukaiba sits on the top floor of the Bella Sky Hotel. Here you can indulge in delicious fare whilst taking in one of the city's best views.
Neighboring the hip inner city hotel, SP34, you almost feel that you step outside once you step inside. Boasting an indoor greenhouse, the restaurant also mostly revolves around the plant based and offers a pretty good deal on a 3-course menu.
Enjoy a dinner, lunch or breakfast in the cozy surroundings of the Kitchen or on the rooftop terrace of Hotel Sanders. The cuisine is mostly towards the French and Italian and some delicious breakfast classics.
Tramonto combines delicious food with a pretty spectacular location. It is located on top of the new Hotel Ottilia, and from its rooftop, you can enjoy the beautiful 360-degree view of Carlsberg Byen. You can sit by the hop garden and the outdoor fireplace, or you can choose a table indoor in the cozy restaurants.
On the ground floor of Coco Hotel in Vesterbro, you’ll find the charming café, Coco. The interior and the menu are inspired by the Mediterranean café scene which creates a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere in the lively and busy neighborhood Vesterbro. Café Coco is open from early morning to the late evening, so you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drinks at the café.