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1. Hotel Kong Arthur
A recently refurbished and chic venue the Hotel Kong Arthur is housed in a historical coaching house and is one of the oldest buildings in the city. Rooms are plush with solid mahogany furniture combined with velvety fabrics in deep rich romantic colours.
The hotel is ideally located just a nine minute walk from Tivoli Gardens and just seven minutes from Nørreport station (which has direct 24/7 metro links to CPH airport). Conveniently the hotel has its own car park.
Rooms are ensuite with bathtubs as well as free Wi-fi, flat screen TVs and minibars. Suites feature separate lounge areas, dining tables and even terraces. There are also two large penthouses, ‘Arthur Aparts’, available with a fully equipped kitchen, work and living space.
The hotel has its very own guest-only atrium, perfect for a mid-morning coffee, while the rustic-chic Italian restaurant is perfect for winding down in the evening.
There is an 850 sqm Bali-influenced spa including steam bath and water temple for your luxury-fix.
Prices start from around £85 per night.