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Hotel Alexandra

1,267 reviews
+45 33 74 44 44

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Bar or Lounge
Business Center

Boutique Copenhagen Hotel a Throwback to the '50s and '60s

Something for Every Type of Traveler

If you are looking for a conveniently located, world-famous base to explore Copenhagen, look no further than Hotel Alexandra. With eight separate room types (including suites), there is an option to suit almost any type of traveler. The rooms include soundproof windows, electronic safes, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with international TV channels, and an electric kettle for making coffee or tea.

Take a Trip Back in Time

The main attraction at the Hotel Alexandra is the recently completed renovation which has returned all rooms to the Danish style of the '50s and '60s - a move which has received worldwide attention from publications such as National Geographic. The building that houses the hotel is more than 100 years old yet and is conveniently located just one block from Radhuspladsen, the Town Hall Square, and Tivoli Gardens. 

Hotel Alexandra's on-site restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as room service. For those looking to explore beyond the walls of the hotel, the Hotel Alexandra resides near Copenhagen’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment options. Instead of doing your own research, let the knowledgeable staff at the Hotel Alexandra assist you. The hotel has published a city guide posted on its website to help you find local attractions. In addition, the hotel has its own app, making it convenient to check out options on the go. 

Environmentally and Socially Conscious

The Hotel Alexandra has also been awarded the Green Key, an eco-label which is only awarded to hotels that comply with environmentally sustainable practices. This prestigious certification has only been awarded to under 2,500 hotels worldwide including the Hotel Alexandra. A commitment to environmentally sustainable practices is a growing trend in Copenhagen hotels including the nearby Imperial Hotel Copenhagen.

Further, the socially responsible owners of the hotel have developed internal initiatives to help children in developing nations.

The Bottom Line

If you want to experience a real slice of Danish history and want to know that you are supporting an environmentally and socially conscious organization, then you will find the Hotel Alexandra hard to beat. Offering 61 rooms of varying sizes and prices in the heart of Copenhagen, the hotel combines old architecture with modern amenities.

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H.C. Andersens Boulevard 8
Copenhagen, 1553
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Arrival and check in was seamless" "Exellent attention to detail"
97% found the staff to be very friendly.
97% said the reception staff was great.
"Excellent restaurant recommendations" "Fabulous location"
96% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
94% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
"Excellent decoration" "Genuine retro furnishings"
97% said it was a stylish hotel.
89% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
"Excellent decoration" "Garden nearby"
76% thought the building was wonderful.
95% thought the architecture was beautiful.
"Buffet breakfast was very good" "Lack of breakfast provided"
83% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"There is no a/c" "Old keys"
74% said rooms were small.
66% complained about the bathroom.
"Free wi-fi" "Internet was free"
81% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.
"Only let down by noisy local nightlife" "There is no a/c"
74% said rooms were small.
Beds were acceptable for 64%.

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Stylish Hotel
Beautiful architecture
Friendly service
Nice building
Expert Reviews
Insight Guides
It’s definitely worth paying extra to stay in one of the 13 ‘Danish Design’ rooms, each furnished in tribute to a particular designer.
DK Eyewitness
Housed in what were once fashionable city apartments, the decor of this chic hotel is stylish and upmarket, with plenty of attention to detail.
Lonely Planet
The furniture of Danish design greats such as Arne Jacobsen, Ole Wanscher and Kaare Klint grace the interiors of the refined yet homely Alexandra.