Stay at a central hotel in Copenhagen
Are you coming to Copenhagen and looking for a good and central hotel in Copenhagen? Choose Arp-Hansen’s 71 Nyhavn Hotel for an experience beyond the ordinary. Read more about the hotel on this page and book directly in the online calendar.
Enjoy a taste of Copenhagen’s history at 71 Nyhavn Hotel
71 Nyhavn Hotel is one of Copenhagen’s most traditional hotels. The hotel is located in Nyhavn – Copenhagen’s old harbour. Today, Nyhavn is a place where both Copenhageners and tourists gather to enjoy the sunshine, drink a draught beer or eat an ice cream, but in the early 1800s Nyhavn served as an important part of Copenhagen’s harbour, where ships docked from the Far East and around the world. 71 Nyhavn Hotel is located in two of Nyhavn’s original warehouse buildings that date back to the early 1800s.
Back then, the warehouses were used to store spices imported from Indochina, but today the warehouses form the setting for one of Copenhagen’s most atmospheric hotels. The hotel has been continuously restored with respect for the history of the buildings, and the original beams of Pomeranian pine are still a prominent feature throughout the hotel’s design. No two of the hotel’s rooms are alike, but they are all decorated in a maritime style with respect for the hotel’s location and history. However, the hotel also offers modern facilities such as flat-screen TV and free wireless Internet.
Choosing to stay at 71 Nyhavn Hotel in Copenhagen provides you with a of taste of Copenhagen’s history as a harbour town, while the hotel’s prime location gives you the best possible base for exploring modern and dynamic Copenhagen.
Explore the area around Nyhavn
If you visit Copenhagen during the summer, Nyhavn is a classic place to visit for both locals and tourists. Copenhageners gather in Nyhavn at one of the many restaurants, or if there are no spaces left, they sit directly on the quay, and just enjoy a spot in the sun. From here, it is not far to many of the city’s plentiful shopping opportunities – Magasin department store is just a 5-minute walk from Nyhavn, and Strøget, the pedestrian shopping street with its many cosy side streets, also starts here.
If you are more into culture than shopping, you can find several of the city’s major museums in the area, including the National Museum of Art, which has a large collection of modern art. Book your stay at 71 Nyhavn Hotel on this page and look forward to exploring Denmark’s beautiful capital.