In the heart of Copenhagen you will find the city’s most luxurious hotel, Hotel d’Angleterre, also called “The White Lady”. Hotel d’Angleterre is one of the first deluxe hotels in the world, and its history dates back to 1755. It has been in its current building since a fire, in 1795, damaged the building so much, that it was impossible to save. It was rebuilt after the fire, and between 1872 and 1875, the building was extended and refurbished by the architects, Vilhelm Dahlerup and Georg E.W. Møller.
The current owner bought the hotel back in 2011. They did a multimillion-dollar refurbishment of the entire property to make it the most prestigious hotel in Copenhagen.
The refurbishment was completed in 2013, and the Hotel d’Angleterre was constructed as a neoclassic palace, and has maintained its 1870s historical aspects. The hotel blends elements of its original legacy with the latest in tailored services, elegance and technology. It is ideally situated next to the Royal Danish Theatre on the Kongens Nytorv Square in the heart of Copenhagen and connected to the famous Strøget pedestrian shopping street. The hotel features newly designed rooms including suites all with complimentary Wi-Fi, spacious marble bathrooms, the latest technology and individually controlled climate systems. The 250 square meter Royal Suite, features a grand balcony and fireplace, and a private dining room.
After the refurbishment, Hotel d’Angleterre has 30 rooms and 60 suites. It also has a restaurant, “Marchal”, led by executive chef Ronny Emborg, a cocktail and champagne bar as well as a spa and health club.