Next door to royal residence Amalienborg Palace and just a short walk from Nyhavn, this imposing 200-year-old former granary warehouse is one of the largest hotels in the city, with 366 rooms — but don’t let that put you off. It may not be boutique but big can definitely be beautiful. Beyond the two cast iron canons at the entrance is a bar (great for a pre-dinner tipple), while guests retire to rooms showing off classic Danish touches such as teak furniture, low ceilings and original wooden beams. Best of all are the panoramas across the water towards the city’s shiny Opera House: a view fit for royalty.
At SALT bar & restaurant, the award-winning Head Chef, Rasmus Møller Nielsen, has been a magnificent strength in creating the common thread between tradition and innovation.
At Copenhagen Admiral Hotel there are elevators and wheelchair users can easily move around the lobby and in the restaurant. There is also a wheelchair accessibly restrooms located near the lobby. Unfortunately, there are no specific rooms for wheelchair users and the rooms are not accessibly by wheelchair users. It is only at the lobby and restaurants, that it is easy to move around in a wheelchair. If you are interested in a wheelchair accessible hotel, please check out our guide to accessible accommodation in Copenhagen here.