Planning a trip to Copenhagen and in need of a nice hotel? Go to SKT. PETRI! This hotel is located in the Latin Quarter, a neighborhood in central Copenhagen with some great shops and restaurants. SKT. PETRI is one of the top hotels in Copenhagen, especially greet for design-lovers and Instagrammers! I mean, look at the beautiful lobby of the hotel with its black and white floors and green sofas it’s very photogenic. There’s free wifi throughout the hotel, so you can post your pictures straight away!
SKT. PETRI has beautiful designed hotel rooms with very big and comfortable beds. And, also quite important, good pillows. My room had a beautiful design with black and dark green colors. In all the rooms of SKT PETRI you’ll find designer objects like the Platner side chair or the Snoopy lamp from Flos. Even the standard rooms already have a beautiful bathroom (with bathtub) and high quality shampoo and shower gel.
As a foodie, I always find the breakfast of a hotel very important. SKT PETRI didn’t let me down. They had an enormous breakfast buffet with all kinds of dishes. From bread with spreads to yogurt with muesli, from pancakes to scrambled eggs and from fresh fruit juices to gluten free items. Everything you need before a day of exploring Copenhagen.
The restaurant of SKT PETRI is also open for lunch and dinner if you aren’t staying in the hotel. On the dinner menu you’ll find several starters, mains and pizzas. My favorite dinner dish is the tagliatelle with fried mushrooms and a creamy sauce.
From April to September they also open their garden courtyard. A great place to sit quietly outside even though you’re right in the city center of Copenhagen. You can also have your lunch or dinner in the courtyard.
Book your room at SKT PETRI here.
I was in Copenhagen because I had a behind-the-scenes look at the Lakrids licorice factory, you can read all about it on this page.
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