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In Restaurant von Plessen, you can get a satisfying and tasteful start to the day. Every day, we serve a morning buffet including freshly baked bread and butter smelling pastry, cheese, cold meats and marmalades, eggs, sausages and bacon, and sherbet glasses with yoghurt, crunch and fresh berries. If you want to enjoy your lunch or dinner at the hotel, you can retire to Brasserie Murdoch’s Books & Ale where we serve both light and rustic dishes.
Atmosphere and elegance in the centre of Copenhagen – close to attractions and shopping.
The Little Mermaid welcomes guests in the port edge of Langelinie. It illustrates the Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of the same name and is a gift to Copenhagen donated by brewer Carl Jacobsen and made by sculptor Edvard Eriksen.
Nyhavn, Copenhagen's port pearl, which stretches from Kongens Nytorv Square and all the way along the canal. Many of the old houses are preserved till this day, and the oldest house dates back to 1681.
The Kings New Square is at the end of the street up towards Nyhavn and is surrounded by beautiful old mansion. In the middle stands the equestrian statue of King Christian the 5th and every spring it is tradition for the new student’s to celebrate the day by dancing around the statue.
The Botanical Garden is a beautiful oasis in Copenhagen. The garden is a living museum which holds one of the world's largest herbaria with pressed and preserved plants and fungi from around the world.
Amalienborg is the monarch’s winter residence. The beautiful complex consists of four palaces, and Christian Vll’s Palace’s magnificent rooms are open to the general public.
Strøget is the famous pedestrian shopping street in Copenhagen's city centre, which extends from Rådhuspladsen to Kongens Nytorv. The pedestrian street offers a wide array of shops, ranging from budget-friendly chains to some of the world's most expensive brands.
Phoenix Copenhagen' history dates back to the late 16th century, and over the years the building has been used for many different things. Back in the old days, the building also served as a kind of hotel when royals and noble folk let their important guests stay here. During World War II, the building was taken over by the Germans, and after the war the Danish communists took over the building. The Arp-Hansen Hotel Group bought the building in 1990, and Phoenix Copenhagen as we know it today opened the following year. The exclusive Phoenix Copenhagen is decorated with extravagance and charm in historical surroundings. The hotel has 213 rooms, including 3 suites and 4 Junior suites. The hotel also has two excellent restaurants as well as meeting and conference facilities that can accommodate up to 110 meeting participants.
Phoenix Copenhagen is an ideal choice if you are looking for an exclusive hotel experience. Whether you are in Copenhagen for work or private purposes, our staff at Phoenix Copenhagen will ensure you enjoy a high quality hotel experience.