Telegraph - One of several high-profile openings that are shaking up Copenhagen’s hotel scene, this graceful boutique hotel is refined yet relaxed, with luxurious rooms, a great little cocktail bar and a convenient location at the heart of the city. read more
Condé Nast - It combines a bit of Danish mid-century modern, a bit of colonial British (wickerwork here and there, plus palms in pots), and a classic French bistro-style restaurant in a way that achieves the Holy Grail of hotel design. Instead of a pastiche, the hotel feels like it organically got this look over many years of collecting. read more
Wallpaper* - The Living Room, a rare Carlo Scarpa Murano chandelier offers a grand welcome to guests checking in, while at Tata, classic cocktails are served up in a decadent milieu, featuring great amounts of untreated brass, drape curtains, grand mirrors and a hand-tiled floor. read more
Forbes - Pale green walls and wooden floors in the bedroom, marble and beautiful tiling in the bathroom, and specially commissioned artwork on the walls contribute to a chic and cozy environment. Another nice touch is instead of a traditional mini-bar, a complimentary basket of local products and non-alcoholic juices is provided. read more




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