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Sleeping around in Copenhagen

Posted By PrincessRoxy on Aug 04, 2016 at 4:47AM

Sharla and her GoUnusual social ambassador (and daughter) Marina stayed three nights at Hotel Alexandra and since they are real Danish design freaks, asked if they could have a different room every night.

“It was fun to sleep in a different design era each night! The first night, we were in a large room dedicated to Arne Jacobsen overlooking the avenue: the bay window afforded us an amazing view. The second night we were in a funky 70’s style room strong on orange and Plexiglas, great fun. The third night we were in the Collector’s room, a quiet room with unusual pieces that have been collected and are all for sale. In fact this room changes décor often, based on the pieces that are purchased and the new ones added.

Fine décor is well and good, but it is nothing without a friendly staff, and Hotel Alexandra has that totally covered. A special mention has to go out to Eden, who was warm and friendly, always ready with some interesting suggestions when I requested unusual things to see and do in this vibrant city. The general manager Jeppe was so kind and thoughtful, and he has taken so much care to nurture his staff. He told us that Eden, a budding fashion designer, even crafted the Mad Men era staff uniforms. This fact is also noted in the hotel newspaper they leave in the rooms.

We had the best stay ever in Copenhagen and the next time we come back, we will definitely “sleep around” again—every room is a new discovery!”

Sharla and Marina

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