Perched on the banks of Frederiksholmslobet, near the Aalborg University of Copenhagen, is a lavish buildout titled Scandic Sydhavnen. Although, the entrance of this splendid hotel is marked through Sydhavns, Copenhagen’s port locality, beaming with cafes, museums, restaurants, art galleries, and bars. This upscale haven of Copenhagen is built around the harbor race exhibiting canals and apartments inspired by Amsterdam. Therefore, there was no better way than to check-in at Scandic Sydhavnen, to experience the Zenhouse culture.
At first glimpse, Scandic Sydhavnen is a gigantic string of rooms running across on either side, of a glass designed Cullinan. The necklacing citrusy-white floors of Scandic Sydhavnen is where modern Danish designs meet the conventional architecture. Walk inside, and the uber sexy interiors will charm you away in a second! (So, will the prompt check-in process) But even if you did have to wait, we think you would love the interiors of the lobby which comprises a professional piano.
Another reason we were here was that we were keen on spending a day at Tivoli Gardens which, is a light stroll from the hotel. But, looking at the hotel’s grand garden and set up, we also knew we had to spend a day here, solely to immerse into the Danish antiquities. From culinary delights, rooftop terrace lounging, fitness goals, sauna, to the jacuzzi, there’s a lot to do at Scandic Sydhavnen.
For a price of €250, our room featured complimentary Wi-Fi, plush bedding, seating area, and an en-suite washroom with toiletries, hairdryer, and towels. Additionally, each one of the rooms contains a flat-screen TV, iron board, and a personal desk. But, what marks its signature style, is the wooden flooring and the hallmark elements inside the room.
Did we mention the complimentary breakfast featuring a wide selection of organic layout? Or the in-campus mini golf, playroom, and banquets for conferences and social events. If Danish cuisine, tingles your taste buds then you must try Sydhavnen’s Aberdeen Angus Steak. (We suggest you ask for a medium rare) To unwind in the evening, hit up the chic lounge bar featuring a library.
If you think you need to source those last minute travel needs, whether it be, munchies, beverages, or toiletries, look in on the 24-hour lobby shop. Most importantly, Scandic Sydhavnen is 5-minutes from Copenhagen central station. But if you choose to walk, then the city center is 30-minutes away, while the Nyhavn and Kobenhavns Radhus at a light stroll.