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Copenhagen's Coolest New Design Hotel
Modern Design, Excellent Location
Hotel SP34
Hotel SP34
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Copenhagen's Coolest New Design Hotel
Modern Design, Excellent Location
Hotel SP34
Located in converted historic townhouses amid the winding streets of Copenhagen’s lively Latin Quarter, Hotel SP34 opened in early 2014 as an homage to the neighborhood and to mid-century Danish design. Each room is outfitted in clean-lined furnishings and muted tones, all meant to evoke Sankt Peders Stræde, the historic street on which the hotel sits, and give guests the feeling of living in their own Danish home, in a true Danish neighborhood. In the lobby—home to a stylish bar and lounge that serves coffee, beer (including the hotel’s own Brøchner Organic Lager), and wine throughout the day—the first thing guests see is a bicycle, a tribute both to Copenhageners’ favorite mode of transportation and to the renowned Sögreni bike shop down the street. The hotel contributes to the neighborhood’s vibrant nightlife scene with two restaurants and four bars, as well as the longtime favorite Din Nye Van café and music venue; being at the heart of it all only adds to that Copenhagen-local experience.
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Neighborhood Vibe
On lively Sankt Peders Stræde in the Latin Quarter, Hotel SP34 sits in the heart of one of Copenhagen’s oldest and most storied neighborhoods; the area was one of the last in the city to get running water. The street itself is packed with restaurants, bars, boutiques, and vintage stores, including the Sögreni bicycle shop and Noma alum–run Restaurant Bror. On the other side of the hotel is the green Ørsteds Parken, where locals go for morning runs and afternoon strolls. Try out the locals’ favorite way of getting around: take a bicycling tour of the city with Bike with Mike.
Need to Know
Rooms: 118 rooms, 10 suites. From $200.
Check-in: 2 p.m.; check-out: 11 a.m.
Dining options: The convivial, Spanish-inspired Bar Moritz channels Copenhagen’s European culinary competitor, San Sebastián, with a seasonally changing menu of inventive tapas and pintxos, a full complement of imported beers and cured meats, and an extensive international wine list. Local favorite Cocks & Cows demonstrates the current European obsession with American food in its carefully curated burger menu, where the beef is Danish, the produce local, and the condiments all house-made—except, of course, for the requisite Heinz ketchup. Coffee shop and bar Din Nye Van attracts a steady stream of locals from around the city with its coffee, light bites, beers, and, at night, concerts and literary events. The lobby also has a laid-back bar scene, and, in the warmer months, drinks are served on the rooftop patio. The hotel also hosts a free wine hour in the lobby lounge for guests every evening from 5 to 6 p.m. An organic breakfast buffet is served for guests each morning, and is included in the rate.
Spa and gym details: The hotel has neither a spa nor a gym.
Insider Tips
Who's it best for: Design-conscious couples, lovers of luxury who want to be in the heart of Copenhagen, and business travelers.
Our favorite rooms: On the top floor, the spacious Penthouse and Loft Suites not only have scenic views out over the Latin Quarter’s rooftops, but also include a free beer, wine, and cava minibar. The more affordable Double Superior rooms—the largest of the regular rooms—have panoramic views of picturesque Sankt Peders Stræde.
Take a seat: The hotel is the first in Copenhagen to have its own private cinema, outfitted with seats from an old movie theater in the nearby town of Kastrup.
Copenhagen's Coolest New Design Hotel
Opened in 2014 in the centrally located Latin Quarter of Copenhagen, the SP34 Hotel has 118 rooms and 3 restaurants, including the one pictured here, VÄKST. The hotel's rooms are modern and spare, and the common areas evoke a perfect Danish design sensibility. Breakfast at VÄKST puts most other hotel buffets to shame, with its selection of fresh juices, homemade brown bread and jams, and eggs and cheeses. The hotel hosts events that immerse guests in Copenhagen experiences, and the staff is incredibly knowledgeable about under-the-radar restaurants, bars, and happenings around town.
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Modern Design, Excellent Location
Renovated in 2013/2014 this hotel has a new look, new name, and clean modern vibe and feel. Yet, it also retains the same location which made its predecessor (The Hotel Fox) a popular option within the city center.

Situated a few minutes stroll from both Radhusplasn and Norreport station, this hotel is a stone's throw from one of Copenhagen's most beautiful parks and serves as home to the latest Cocks and Cow's restaurant location.

If you're looking for a central hotel to stay in, but don't want to be stranded in the ugly mess west of the central train station, this hotel is an excellent option.
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Sankt Peders Stræde 34, 1453 København K, Denmark
+45 33 13 30 00