GUEST POST: COPENHAGEN

The 8 best restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen

If the Danish capital is one of your next destinations, start preparing the trip with our restaurant and hotel tips in Copenhagen.

Looking for restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen? The catering offer in Copenhagen is quite rich with places to suit all tastes and wallets. From the most distinctive and innovative to the most traditional, one thing is certain – you must try the Nordic gastronomy, for its high quality and focus on the use of local and seasonal products.

When it comes to sleeping, there are no shortage of options. From the finest hotels to more options, our Copenhagen hotel suggestions have a commonality – its great location in central parts of the city that allow you to quickly reach the main attractions.

RESTAURANTS IN COPENHAGEN: MOUTH WATERING SUGGESTIONS

The Palaegade is a classic restaurant in the historic center of Copenhagen. Here you can sample some Nordic specialties such as Smorrebrod, an “open” sandwich – combinations of ingredients such as blue cheese, pear and hazelnuts, roast beef, pickles and radishes are placed and served under a slice of bread.

For lunch, we also serve Aquavita, a kind of typical Danish brandy enriched with aromatic herbs. For dinner you can order more exquisite dishes such as poached sole with cucumber, potatoes and white fish roe sauce. Accompany with one of the wines from the discerning restaurant selection.

UFORMEL

The Uformel (in Portuguese, informal) belongs to a restaurant chain in which also includes the Palaegade. However, contrary to our previous suggestion, and as its name implies, Uformel is an unpretentious restaurant, with more affordable prices, but that keeps the focus on the quality of the products.

Taste the mullet with grilled corn, herbs and yogurt or steak tartar with pickles of mushrooms and black pepper. The 15 dishes change according to the season and the ingredients used come from domestic producers. In addition, Uformel has also gained fame thanks to its cocktails, which you can try before you start the meal.

NEIGHBORHOOD

The specialty of the Neighborhood is the pizzas, and they are not any pizzas. These are modern interpretations of the Italian classic, lighter and crisper, organic and greener. The pasta is reduced to about half of a traditional pizza and the ingredients are mostly fresh vegetables, pickled vegetables, fresh cheese, fresh pesto, seafood and high-quality meats. There are also cocktails and yes, you guessed it – they are also organic, with fresh and seasonal fruit, herbs and vegetables. If you prefer, opt for a natural juice.

The experience of making a meal in the Neighborhood is also worth it for the space. Food is served at long tables, where people sit right next to each other. The goal is to foster the spirit of good neighborliness and community.

COPENHAGEN STREET FOOD

We could not fail to suggest, on this list of restaurants and hotels in Copenhagen, the passage through Copenhagen Street Food, with its food trucks, coffees, beer and other drinks. Some of the participants serve food of organic origin, but here what matters most is the taste, albeit ally, always, a component of sustainability. And you can sample specialties ranging from Korea to Mexico, from Italy to Scandinavia, at affordable prices.

In addition, you will get to know Papiroen (Paper Island), the small island that once served as a paper warehouse and which today houses not only Copenhagen Street Food but also several art galleries, area businesses creative and trendy cafes.

HOTELS IN COPENHAGEN

THE AVENUE HOTEL

The Avenue Hotel is housed in a classic 19th century residence designed by the architect Emil Blichfeldt, who also designed the main entrance of the Tivoli Park. Not surprisingly, the charming details and the design of the rooms, each with a different format. The staff look forward to making guests feel at home in a refined setting where the details make a difference. The stay for one night at Avenue Hotel is around € 120. Book your business class flights to Copenhagen.

ABSALON HOTEL

Located in the Vesterbro district, one of the coolest in the city, the Absalon Hotel is a family-run hotel that has recently been refurbished, emphasizing its classic and modern air. The atmosphere is relaxed and the staff is very helpful. In addition to giving tips on what places to visit, the team also deals with restaurant reservations, trips on tourist buses and boats or events. And if you stay at the Absalon Hotel, you are within walking distance of attractions such as the Tivoli Park, the main shopping and dining areas, among others. One night is around € 135.

GENERATOR HOSTEL

The Generator Hostel is a boutique hostel offering comfort and design the most attractive prices than regular hotel offers. Located 300 meters from King’s Square and the beautiful Nyhavn Port, the hostel has 662 beds in private rooms and dormitories, according to guests’ preferences. Common areas include a bar, which welcomes dj’s and live bands regularly, a lounge area with TV, table football and pool table, and a 4,000 square meter terrace with comfortable seating and a barbecue grill in the summer. Private rooms from € 67 and dorms starting from € 20.

COPENHAGEN DOWNTOWN HOSTEL

Within walking distance of Copenhagen Central Station, the Copenhagen Downtown Hostel is a great choice for travelers, students and groups. Between private rooms and dormitories, there are several options depending on the needs of the guests, and the public areas, namely the bar, where local bands perform and organize parties regularly, are also worthwhile. Stay for one night from € 30.

Author-Bio:

The above content is written by Bon Jos. He is the professional travel writer and a travel blogger. He loves to travel and have explore many beautiful places & their attractions.

Here is the link to his website: https://www.cheapflightstocopenhagen.co.uk

Thank you very much for this inspirational and interesting text about Copenhagen and it’s beautiful corners. We are now really interested into exploring Copenhagen and Denmark. – TheFashionSalad

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