A low set concrete building, 4 storeys high and a somewhat unattractive building from the outside, although to architecture enthusiasts it is regarded as one of the best preserved Funkis buildings in Denmark.
The lobby is small but bright with an adjoining comfortable seating area.
This attractive hotel is centrally located at the heart of Copenhagen, close to the Tivoli, the main train station and the town hall square. Scores of shops and other cultural attractions are easily reached on foot or by making use of public transport.
After a complete renovation, Copenhagen's newest historic design hotel opened and offers a total of 94 rooms spread over 3 floors. Guests are offered a cosy restaurant with a separate non-smoking area.
3 star accommodations, Accessible to many local attractions, Close proximity to historic district, Close proximity to major attractions, Close proximity to shopping district.
Conveniently located in Copenhagen.
Tivoli Gardens - 0.5 miles, City Hall Square - 0.5 miles, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek - 0.5 miles, National Museum of Denmark - 0.5 miles, Christianborg Palace - 0.5 miles.
Indoor swimming pool, Relaxing spa/hot tub, Relaxing full service spa, Fully equipped fitness center.
Restaurants & Lounges:
Breakfast Room, Nearby restaurant.
Business services available at front desk, Room service.
Convention facilities , Event facilities.
3 star accommodations, Contemporary accommodations
On February 1st, 2007, DGI-byen took over the lease of the Hotel Astoria. The hotel was then completely renovated and opened again on June 4th, 2007. The Danish design company GUBI, which has among other things supplied furniture to the Museum of Modern Art in New York and DANHOSTEL in Copenhagen, has furnished the designer furniture for all the of the hotel's rooms including the foyer. The style is understated luxury. Nearly all the furniture is specially designed for the hotel and the materials used are light and elegant. Colour-wise, everything is kept in black and white with deep purple and grey-blue tones as contrast colours. From the ceilings, there are large textile pendants which create a cosy feeling in the rooms and light, transparent curtains. The Hotel Astoria is one of Copenhagen's architectural pearls. The goal of the restoration has been to preserve the soul of the building and keep some of the things the original building was born with such as the entrance with its revolving doors which were the first revolving doors in Denmark. A historical room from 1935 when the hotel opened as the first luxury hotel in Copenhagen has also been preserved. As a guest at one of DGI-byen's hotels, you receive a number of benefits such as free entry to the Swim Center and entry to the Spa costs only DKK 100 (normal entry is DKK 245). Every morning the hotel serves a delicious Scandinavia breakfast buffet for the hotel's guests in our cosy, smoke-free breakfast restaurant. The breakfast buffet offers, among other things, organic dairy products, soft-boiled eggs as well as freshly baked organic bread.
Hairdryer at reception.
NB. Hotel will be closed for period: Dec 21 until Feb 01, 2010.
- Hotel Astoria Is An Outstanding Architectural Gem. It Was Built In 1935 It Is A Monument To Functionalist Style, Though Is Always Kept Up To Date.
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Rates shown are per room per night.