The celebrated five-star Hotel d’Angleterre exudes luxury and elegance. The classic hotel has a 260-year history in Copenhagen’s finest location on Kongens Nytory Square.
The story of the Hotel d’Angleterre begins with a love story. In the mid-1700s Jean Marchal, a French servant of the court, and Maria Coppy, a daughter of the royal chef, fell in love. In 1775, they opened a restaurant together on Kongens Nytory. From its romantic beginnings, the Hotel d’Angleterre has evolved into an iconic hotel in Copenhagen at the city’s best address. The ballroom has hosted major events for the past few centuries. During World War II, it was a headquarters for German generals and officers. Today the hotel is a historic landmark.
Inside, the Hotel d’Angleterre gracefully balances the stately Victorian architecture of grand proportions and columns with the simplicity of contemporary Nordic design. Rich materials are played off of a palette of lilac and grey. The 92 rooms and suites are individually decorated with hand-picked works of art and large, modern bathrooms. From the balcony suites enjoy views over Kongens Nytory, the calmer street Hovedvagtsgade, or the hotel’s backyard.
Unsurprisingly, the hotel carries on the fine dining culinary legacy of d’Angleterre with the Michelin-starred restaurant Marchal. Under the direction of chef Andreas Bagh, Marchal serves up a blend of Nordic and French cuisine. Breakfast is an equally lavish experience with an incredible selection of dishes. The contemporary champagne bar Balthazar has a selection of more than 160 champagne varieties and cocktails. It’s a top spot for hotel guests and the local elite of Copenhagen.
The Hotel d’Angleterre has enjoyed Copenhagen’s best address in the heart of the city for more than 260 years. From the hotel, the center of the city and Copenhagen’s top sites like the Nyhavn, Royal Theatre, and King’s Garden are just a short walk away.Request Information