Located in the charming Christianshavn district with lovely views overlooking the canals, this vacation home rental in Copenhagen is housed in an elegantly restored 18th-century building.
Creatively styled and designed by owner Tina Seidenfaden Busck, the apartment serves as a revolving retail concept and showroom of vintage and contemporary art and design through the eras.
Set on the fourth floor, the apartment features an intimate, sun drenched central living and dining room, a drawing room and library with a handpicked selection of books, an extended kitchenette, and two double bedrooms with a spa bathroom in green Swedish marble.
There’s a peaceful private courtyard in the center of the building for chilling out after a day in the city, and bicycles for heading out to explore it like a local.
Concierge service prior to stay (assisting with planning and recommending things to do in the city, as well as making reservations etc.) and during your stay is included in the normal rate.
You will be welcomed and checked in by your concierge. Optional airport transfer with Mercedes S or C class (kr2500 fee), yoga and wellness/spa services available (price upon request). Housekeeping included after three night stay with optional additional housekeeping with fees depending on frequency.
Welcome basket with local specialties, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages as well as handpicked deli groceries for you to make yourself a light breakfast, fresh flowers.
Wifi, cable TV and Chromecast, SONOS sound system, kitchen and Aesop bath amenities, free use of bicycles.
The historic and charming neighborhood of Christianshavn is within minutes from the city center but with the feel of a close knit village, replete with small cafés, boutiques and specialty shops, and also within easy reach of some of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in Copenhagen.
According to Lonely Planet, “Copenhagen is the coolest kid on the Nordic block. Edgier than Stockholm and worldlier than Oslo, the Danish capital gives Scandinavia the X factor. Just ask style bibles Monocle and Wallpaper magazines, which fawn over its industrial-chic bar, design and fashion scenes, and culinary revolution.”
The city has cobbled, bike-friendly streets, brightly-colored townhouses, world-class museums, craft studios and candlelit cafes – making it a must-see destination for design-lovers.
The apartment is close to many of the city’s attractions including Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Castle, the National Art Museum, Tivoli Gardens, the Royal Danish Theatre and the Round Tower and at the center of the city’s nightlife.
Copenhagen, Denmark. Nearest Airport: Copenhagen International Airport (6km or 10 minutes by metro)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Copenhagen is a fascinating city year round with the tourist swells in high season.
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