Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen – a Tribute to Danish Designers


Enjoy interior designs from the 50’s and 60’s inspired by Danish designers. Choose between 22 newly renovated rooms inspired by among others Arne Jacobsen and Borge Mogensen.

If you come to Copenhagen by air, just take the airport train to the Copenhagen main station (Hovedbanegaarden). Then you can just walk about five minutes, and you’ll arrive at a newly authentic renovated boutique hotel.

Hotel Alexandra has brought their rooms back to the 50’s and 60’s by filling each room with Danish mid-century furniture.  Staying at the hotel, you will love genuine wallpapers, lamps and textiles.

The hotel, situated right in the heart of Copenhagen, almost next to Town Hall Square and the Tivoli Gardens, contains 61 rooms, of which 44 now is fully renovated, and all with modern facilities.

The lobby


There is a choice of different rooms, from single rooms (Small Danish Retro), single rooms superior, Retro Double rooms, Twin, Double rooms Superior and Double rooms Luxe in addition to the Finn Juhl Suite and Verner Panton Suite. There’s a description of the designer’s work in each room.

Don’t be surprised by the bicycles stacked outside the hotel. Bikes are a popular transport vehicle in Copenhagen. You should actually watch out for them if you are a pedestrian.  The lobby includes a guest library and a shop where you can buy hotel memorabilia and small design items, designed by the very same designers, who has been the inspiration for the boutique hotel; Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegener, Finn Juhl and Børge Mogensen.

In the Verner Panton Suite you may read that Panton is considered the most colorful and inventive designer of his time. He experimented with color, materials, and production methods in innovative lighting and furniture designs

Room 338
Room 338


The living room features a pair of 1-2-3 lounge chairs from 1973 and his Studio-line sitting group from 1961. His wire shelf is used as a table and his potent Geometry carpet from the 60s unifies the center of the room. His most classic design, the Panton Chair, is used as a desk chair. First produced in 1966, it was the world’s first floating chair molded in polyurethane without any seams or joints.


Under his impressive Kugel Pendant Lamp in the deep blue bedroom, the bed is made by using his iconic geometric prints as a bedcover, and his wire shelves act as bedside tables. The Pantop Table Lamps are used as bedside lights.

We recommend this Copenhagen hotel to all our readers searching for high class comfort in the middle of the city. We recommend to book early in advance, since this seems to be an extremely popular second home for business people.

Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen – a Tribute to Danish Designers, written by Tor Kjolberg