Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, Denmark, is an iconic architectural marvel designed by Arne Jacobsen. This stylish hotel offers modern accommodations with Scandinavian flair and impeccable service. Guests can savour delicious cuisine at the on-site restaurant and unwind in the sleek lounge bar. With its central location and chic atmosphere, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel provides the perfect base for exploring Copenhagen.

The hotel first opened as Royal Hotel in 1960 as the first skyscraper in Copenhagen. Today, it is one of the only five 5-star hotels in Copenhagen and is still an experience with its unique design, professional service, and central location in the Danish capital. It is much cheaper than the more luxurious hotels like D’Angleterre and Nimb, so the best choice would depend greatly on what kind of hotel you are looking for.

Arrival experience: Professional and fast check-in. Not escorted to the room.

What I loved: The beautiful Scandinavian design and the unique feel despite being a chain hotel.

What about the food: Great breakfast buffet.

Number of rooms: 260.

Type of property: City hotel.

Location: Copenhagen.

Facilities: Fitness centre, business centre, and meeting facilities.

Complimentary internet: Yes.

My overall impression: Good+ experience.

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