Coco Hotel


Fusing colourful British-leaning eclecticism with minimalist Nordic aesthetics and French-infused architecture, Coco Hotel offers style in spades.
Set in Copenhagen’s buzzy Vesterbro area, close to the Tivoli Gardens, it’s an ideal place to pitch up and explore the city, with bike rental organised on site. Set around a courtyard, light-filled rooms marry modern furnishings with vintage pieces – think cane dressers juxtaposed with marble side tables. Owned by Cofoco – a Danish farm-to-table restaurant group – expect a concise menu of seasonal plates at the ground-floor bistro. Bonus points are afforded to its eco credentials, which sees solar energy generated from their own plot in Jutland, no plastic bottles, and carbon emissions offset by the planting of a tree for every stay.

Doubles from £177. 00 45 3321 2166,

Words by Blossom Green.

This review was taken from the July 2022 issue of Food and Travel. To subscribe today, click here.

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