Andersen Boutique Hotel Copenhagen

Andersen Boutique Hotel Copenhagen

One my goals for the 2016 was to visit places and cities I’ve never been to, and I have to say that I have accomplished much more than I expected. I went to Brussels in May, Hamburg in July and Copenhagen was on my bucket list for so long and I’m happy finally made it to visit it. It was short but intense weekend trip. I went there with my bestie Natasa Blair. Even though we are almost inseparable when in Milan, this was actually our second blogger trip together (the first one was for Pitti Uomo in Florence last January). It’s very important to find the best possible travel companions that love doing the same things when traveling and that are doing the same job in this case.

Copenhagen is not a big city and that’s what makes it perfect for a weekend city break. Copenhagen is heaven for people who enjoy discovering cute little cafés, bars and restaurants as I do and you must have seen many photos from this kind of places on my Instagram.

Let me tell you more about the hotel we stayed at. Ansersen Boutique Hotel is a 4 star boutique design hotel located just few steps from the Copenhagen Central Station. That makes it perfect if you are traveling by train or airplane because you wall reach the hotel in a couple of minutes. We didn’t use public transportation at all since the distance from the city center was also short: just a 15 minutes walk. When I choose a hotel in a city I’ve never been to, I’m always looking for a strategic location both for traveling and sightseeing.

Our Mermaid room was located on the 4th floor and it had the lovely view on the roofs of Copenhagen. I loved the interior design of the room and the hotel in general because it was very modern but cozy at the same time. The room had also a day time area with the sofa to enjoy the afternoon or the morning after breakfast (That’s where i made my favorite photo from the hotel with the wall that had a list of many world famous cities). The lobby of Andersen Hotel was also very cozy. Friendly staff from the reception invited us to the Wine Degustation that takes place every day between 17 and 18. It’s the prefect time when I usually go back to the hotel to take a break from the entire day around the city and before going out for dinner.

And then breakfast, my favorite meal of the day. Big variety of salty and sweet dishes were served as a buffet. Danish pastry was so good. Denmark is very famous for different kind of sweet pastry and breads with cereals that were absolutely delicious. They point a lot on organic food as well and there were also many vegan alternatives served. I love this kind of breakfast so much and sometimes I miss it back in Milan. I live fast and usually I don’t have enough time to dedicate to my breakfast. That’s why I always enjoy the hotel breakfasts.

Andersen Hotel is my perfect recommendation for everyone visiting Copenhagen. Stay tuned for more blog posts from Copenhagen. During the next days I will post the outfit we shot there. I’m looking forward to share more with you also from my next trip to Berlin.

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