Copenhagen is the Center of Scandinavian Food and Design

HöstCopenhagen is the number one destination in Scandinavia for design-, fashion- and food-lovers.


Here you can both shop and eat until you drop, or just walk around in the plentiful and wonderful city and enjoy everything at you own pace and preference.skt petri

Denmark has always been groundbreaking and cutting-edge when it comes to design, most famous for its minimalism, but now, they also have the first mover lead on food and restaurants. No-where else can you find as many high-quality and breathtaking restaurants when it comes to the Scandinavian pure and simple kitchen. With Noma as the pioneer, the other ones are doing a great job not just copying, but finding their own path based on what the chefs loves to create and the customers long to eat.

IMG_2093 CopenhagenThe restaurants I have enjoyed the most in Copenhagen were GeraniumNoma, Manfreds & Vin, 108, LêLê, Höst, MêLée, Radio and Skovshoved Kro.

Finding the right hotel in Copenhagen is not an easy task. Compared to other great cities, I don´t think the selection is that great. But hopefully, depending on where you want to stay and what design you prefer, you will end up at a great spot. I have visited two of Guldsmedens hotels, Axel and Bertrams, Hotel Denmark, Ibsens Hotel and the Skt Petri Hotel. But my top two favorite hotels are Sanders and Herman KHotel copenhagen

Where to Sleep in Copenhagen:

Other favorite hotels in Copenhagen are SP34 and Skt. Petri. But you could also check out: | Avenue Hotel | Copenhagen Admiral | D´Angleterre | Guldsmeden Hotel Axel | Guldsmeden Hotel Babette | Guldsmeden Hotel Bertrams |Nimb | Scandic Front | Skovshoved (Strandvejen 267, Charlottenlund) with a star restaurant | Stay | The Square |

copenhagenWhere to Shop in Copenhagen:

| &Pagne (Hyskenstræde 7) | Another Nué | Atelier September (Gothersgade 30) | Beau Marche (Ny Østergade 32) | Black (Gl. Kongevej 103) | Carl Hansen & Søn (Bredegade 21) | Casa Shop (Store Regnegade 2) | Companys (Strøget) | Fredricia (Frederiksborggade 22) | Gubi (Klubiensvej 7) | Hay (Østergade 61) | Holly Golightly (Gammel Mønt 2 og Store Regnegade) | Illums Bolighus | Moshi Moshi (Dag Hammarskjolds Allé 34) | Normann Copenhagen | Nué | Oliver Gustav (Store Strandstræde 9) | Paustian (Kalkbrænderiløbskaj 2) | Pede & Stoffer | Prag | Rue Vert (Ny Østerbrogade 11) | Sacre Coeur | Stilleben (Niels Hemmingsens gade 3) | Storm (Store Regnegade 1) | Tage Andersen | The Apartment (Overgden neden Vandet 33)

IMG_2143 eat copenhagenWhere to Eat in Copenhagen:

| Aamanns (Øster Farimagsgade 12) | Almanak | Café Victor (Ny Østergade 8) | Fiskebaren (Flæsketorvet 100) | Geist (kongens Nytorv 8) | Geranium (Per Henrik Lings Allé 4) | Höst (Nørre Farimagsgade 41) | LêLê | Manfreds og Vin | MêLée | Meyers Bageri | Noma | Pastis (Gothersgade 52) | Pate Pate | Paustian | Pluto | Relæ | Restaurant Radio (Julius Thomsensgade 12) | Royal Smushi Cafe | Skovshoved Kro | The Standard (Strandgade 93) |

Where to Drink in Copenhagen:

| 1105 | Balthazar Champagne Bar | Granola Bar (Værnedamsvej 5, 1819 Frederiksberg C)| Kitjen Coctail Bar | Tea: A.C. Perch | The Union |

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