Hotels, Kids

The Avenue Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark

April 27, 2011 by

At the heart of Copenhagen, the Avenue Hotel is waiting to welcome and indulge with friendly customs and an international beat.
Svanegaarden was built in 1898, which is the building that currently houses the Avenue Hotel. It was designed by the architect Emil Blichfeldt, who is known as the father of the famous main entrance to the Tivoli Gardens. The boulevard, where the Avenue Hotel is located, is built on top of a stream. This stream was part of a manmade watercourse-system that can be traced back to the late middle ages.


This boutique hotel offers 68 generous rooms for the guest to enjoy and choose from. The hotel comes with family rooms, which come equipped with 4 beds and ample room for all to play and unwind. The hotel is child-friendly with a sandpit by the patio. Each room comes with a bathroom, hairdryer, cable TV, fridge and internet access. A+ rooms come with more space and comfort, a DVD player and a fridge equipped with cold drinks. The hotel also offers meeting facilities with a maximum capacity for 50 people.


The patio is secluded and unique for the city. Wooden deck and awnings outline the space where guests can enjoy breakfast or a cooling refreshment in the summer. The sandpit, as previously mentioned, is located here, along with toys for the children to play.


The Lounge offers a menu with light homemade dishes, delicious wines, beer and cocktails. The Breakfast Restaurant serves a buffet breakfast with homemade baked breads.


Avenue Shop offers items to be purchased such as: bathrobes from Karmameju, books, personal care items, BestLite lamps and Missoni bedspreads.
Avenue Hotel, in a space that dates back to the late 20th century, could be the perfect fit for a stay in the capital city of Denmark.



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  1. piwowarczyk says:

    Bardzo fajna stronka. Warto dodac do ulubionych.


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