Why We Love This Hotel
- It's a design-focused hotel with contemporary Scandinavian-style décor
- It's in Copenhagen's lively Latin Quarter
- In addition to its main restaurant there's a bar that serves speciality beers & freshly baked organic bread
- There's a terrace for al fresco drinks & dining in summer
Set in a Modernist 1930s building that was once a department store, the Skt. Petri is a design-orientated hotel with contemporary Scandinavian-style décor. It's in the heart of Copenhagen's Latin Quarter making it a good option if you're looking for a stylish base from which to explore the city. Many attractions are within walking or cycling distance and there are plenty of coffee shops, bars and vintage shops in the area. It's possible to hire bicycles at the hotel. The cafés and restaurants that line the historic waterfront at Nyhavn are just a 20-minute walk away.
Closer to home, the hotel's own restaurants and bars draw locals and visitors alike. There's the light and airy Central Kitchen Restaurant, which has high ceilings and statement lighting, and Brøl, a trendy bar that serves speciality beers, freshly baked organic bread, sandwiches and pizza. An extensive cocktail and wine list is served at The Bar, which opens nightly until late. There's a spacious outdoor terrace for al fresco dining during the warmer months.
There are 268 bright and contemporary rooms with wooden flooring and minimalist décor. Some Superior rooms have balconies, while the Deluxe rooms are more spacious and have a seating area. Some of the suites also have balconies, and the Star suite features a penthouse terrace, two bathrooms, a Jacuzzi and a sauna.