3 new nordic luxury hotels – that will take you back in time
Copenhagen: Villa CPH
– Highly anticipated hotel sets a new standard
About Villa Copenhagen
Villa Copenhagen is set in the century-old Central Post and Telegraph Head Office dating back to 1912. The 390-room hotel holds a prime location next to the famed Tivoli Gardens and the Meatpacking District, offering conscious luxury
complemented by intuitive and personalized service.
Villa Copenhagen features ample outdoor and interior green spaces to promote a sense of wellbeing and tranquillity across its public areas. Meetings and Event Spaces – Villa Copenhagen offers 24,757 square feet of flexible meeting and event spaces for smaller gatherings or large events of up to 1,200 attendees.
25 meter Rooftop Pool
Villa is one of the few hotels with an outdoor pool in Copenhagen. Heating of the pool is 100% sustainable, as it is heated by the excess heat from Villa’s cooling system.
Executive Chef Tore Gustafsson is responsible for Villa Copenhagen’s sustainable food profile, which focuses on ‘carbon-free’ dining and zero food waste.
Inspired by grand Copenhagen residences and with an aesthetic note of Vilhelm Hammershøi the rooms of Villa Copenhagen are set to provide a both Danish and European, well-traveled and yet outward looking feel.
Villa Copenhagen delivers an exquisite experience for all senses and is a new social scene in Copenhagen allowing the past, present and future to come together in an inspiring and playful ambience.
Tietgensgade 35-39, 1704
Stockholm: Ellery Beach
– An urban get-away that surprises you all the time
Ellery Beach House is Stockholm’s newest get-away and only Beach Resort. Ellery is located on the tip of Lidingö, where urban life feels far away in the rural surroundings.
It is easy to understand that Ellery also has a vision of being an alternative for the guest who chooses to go to Como in the summer and Capri in the fall. The hotel wants their guests to feel that something lovely is about to happen as the staff and surroundings are driven to surprise and service in a charming and warm way.
With a devotion to creating homely, comfortable environments Ellery makes the perfect getaway. It is not just an ordinary hotel, rather a destination, where you can be your best self.
Ellery has two restaurants. Palmers is inspired by cities like Athens, Tel-Aviv and Beirut. The concept there is all about family-style dining, where you rip and dip and share the dining experience with others, as you do around the Mediterranean. The other restaurant, Coco Beach Club, is inspired by the west coast of the United States and the menu will be set accordingly and also features an indoor pool, fireview room and treatment rooms.
There are three bars, where Bally Bar in the lobby is the epicenter. Here it feels a little like being in an episode of Mad Men, mysterious, but clear. Great music, good drinks, pinball, shuffle, billiards, ping pong and lots of nice sitting areas.two pools that are heated all year round, two saunas, padle courts & boule. The hotel has 122 rooms, gym, pools, paddle courts, boule courts, 11 conference rooms and treatment rooms.
Prices are between 795-2500 SEK a night
Outdoors there are two pools that are heated all year round, two saunas, padle courts & boule. The hotel has 122 rooms, gym, pools, paddle courts, boule courts, 11 conference rooms and treatment rooms.
Elfviks Udde – 181 90 Lidingö
– 5-Star luxury hotels – with a vibrant atmosphere in historical surroundings
The new boutique hotel, Amerikalinjen, has respectfully taken its name from the building the hotel has moved into. The property of Amerikalinjen, was the former headquarters of the now non-existent cruise ship company Norwegian America Line, which ferried hopeful Norwegian immigrants across the Atlantic Ocean to the US. The property was originally designed by prolific Norwegian architects Andreas Bjercke and Georg Eliassen in 1919. Now, a century later, the grand Neo-Baroque pile has been spruced up and polished by local firm Kritt Architects who, have carved out 122 beautiful rooms and suites and a series of humming public spaces.
The hotel’s ground floor and basement present a series of four vibrant restaurants, bars and a number of meeting and party rooms. The building’s maritime heritage has been preserved to some extent, and it has been possible to recreate a Norwegian, classic armchair from the 60s, just as the hotel’s drinking glasses are made from the same Norwegian glassworks that supplied
drinking glasses to the cruise ships in the 5Os.
The top room is the Triton Suite, which has a separate living room and bedroom in addition to a spacious bathroom and a balcony overlooking the Opera House and the Oslo Fjord.
Led by the building’s original façade and wide corridors, the rooms are appropriately defined by their high ceilings and commanding paned windows, while the suites – the Norwegian America Line’s former boardrooms – boast original ornate ceilings.
Helsinki-based studio, Puroplan has smartly created a sense of space by separating the bathroom with a decorative white opaque glass panel and adding a smoked-glass mirrored wall behind the bed.
Amerikalinjen is a luxurious boutique hotel with ambiance of old travelling and modern comfort with a perfect central location and a well-recommended breakfast.
Jernbanetorget 2, 0154