Set in the heart of Copenhagen and preserving the ancestral history of the Central Post and Telegraph Head Office, Villa Copenhagen provides guests with an exclusive sociable stay where the past, present and future collide to produce a luxurious escape.
Honouring traditional European architecture heritage and preserving the natural surroundings of the landscape, the villa hotel promises nothing but an exquisite experience for all guests without compromising on quality or environmental responsibility.
For Villa Copenhagen, sustainability remains at the root of their strategy. Inspired by the UN’s sustainable development goals, The Earth Suite remains one of the hotel’s finest suites and acts as a space to ‘showcase new, sustainable design and introduce new and innovative solutions’.
Designed by Danish architect, Eva Harlou all elements of the suite are entirely sustainable: from the brick and paste to the bed linen, sporting accessories and soft furnishings, this is conscious luxury at its finest.
Innovative eco-friendly solutions also extend to the outdoor pool and wellness centre. As one of Copenhagens only outdoor pools, the 25 metre pool allows guests to disconnect, daze and embrace the warm weather with a clean conscious.
The pool is heated by the excess heat form the Villa’s cooling systems, creating the perfect temperature of 28 to 30 degrees. The pool can by hired for private use in half an hour slots.
The booking system applies to the sauna, but guests have full access to the wellness gym at their desired hour. The fitness room is designed for comfort and relaxation in as many respects as a hard workout. The minimalist design helps those exercising to focus and channel their attention towards their chosen activity.
Villa Copenhagen notes that the Danes have long been known for ‘being the happiest people in the world’ due to their appreciation for the ‘smaller things’ and appreciation for ‘time, freedom and quality’. The fitness room is a prime example of how the Villa takes care of guests mind and body by providing the finest equipment and a tranquil ambience.
Dining at Villa Copenhagen promises to be a sustainable tasting and social experience. The restaurant and bar reflects the organic, the local, the diverse and the tasteful Copenhagen of 2021 and beyond.
The RUG garden is Villa Copehagen’s on-site bakery, specialising in creating sourdough pizza, exceptional pastries and a delightful breakfast. The plentiful menu is nothing less than a culinary delight set to satisfy all sense: from the fresh scent of freshly baked bread drifting across the dining area to the exceptionally designed dishes that are presented with attention to detail and can only be described from sight as ‘works of art’.
Located in one of Copenhagen’s most historically enriched areas, the hotel neighbours a number of attractions for guests of all ages and abilities to enjoy. ‘Nyhavn’ or ‘New Harbour’ in English is a historic waterfront set next to a 17th-century canal where old wooden ships are still moored today. On both sides fo the canal are elegant 1600s painted houses that provide the perfect backdrop to any day trip.
Enjoy a coffee, stroll past and admire one of Copehagen’s finest landscapes or visit former homes of author Hans Christian Andersen. The author of classic novels such as ‘The Snow Queen’ and ‘The Ugly Duckling’ was known to live at house numbers 18, 20 and 67 at different points of his career.
Located in central Copenhagen, the Villa can easily be accessed from Central Station, a short 16 minutes by train to get to Villa from Copenhagen Airport. Discerning guests may opt to take private transportation from the International Airport and can easily be organised upon request.
For more information, visit villacopenhagen.com