The grand old dame of Copenhagen hotels, the D’Angleterre has been around since 1755. Since then it has garnered a plenitude of history and stories to be told. It was here that the first draft for Denmark’s constitution was presented, thereby ending the king’s absolute power in Danish affairs. Anyone from visiting royalty, politicians and rock stars have lived here, as well as defeated generals and fugitives from war.
All in all, the D’Angleterre with its 123 rooms and 19 suites is a Danish landmark. Offering guests the utmost luxury, you can expect to be well taken care of if you chose to stay here. Indoor swimming pool, spa, in-house masseuses, and 24-hour room service are ready to cater to your every need.
Currently, the D’Angleterre is closed for renovation. It is slated to reopen in May 2013 as one of the most exclusive hotels in all of Scandinavia.