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Guide to Copenhagen: Hotel Avenue

A few weeks ago the Film Critic Guy and I spent a night on Hotel Avenue in Copenhagen. It’s something special with staying at a hotel in your home town, seeing the town from ”the tourist perspective” . We started this special evening with dinner at the small restaurant Lillebror, which is situated 10 minutes from the hotel, and then walked back to the hotel for check in.

What do you do at an hotel in your own town? The answer is: All the things you can’t do at home! You hang out in the bath tub, you watch TV (neither the Film Critic Guy or I have a TV subscription at home) and you eat chips in bed, well aware that someone else will wash the linen the next day. Oh the joy!

Our room was great, decorated mainly in black and white. On the walls there were photos from Copenhagen, showing three Danish Instgrammers favorite places. Beautiful, and also a great inspiration if you don’t know where to start when exploring town. When walking around the hotel checking the facilities and the photos out, I found several of my own favorite places hanging around the walls. And if you fall in love with some of the photos (or places), a small shop downstairs sells them.

All in all we had a great stay at Hotel Avenue - and I can definitely recommend it when looking for a hotel in Copenhagen. The next morning after a big breakfast we checked out and headed to Rantzausgade, one of my favorite streets in Copenhagen. It’s situated two minutes away and is a great place to start when exploring the town.

Guide to Copenhagen was invited by Hotel Avenue.

Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg

Single room from 1025 dkk and double room from 1225 dkk.

Metro to Forum (5 minutes walk away)

Linn Grubbström

Linn is the main contributor of Guide To Copenhagen. She is from Sweden and has lived in Denmark since 2008. She lives at Nørrebro in Copenhagen and works with food photography. She also writes the Danish food blog Frk. Kræsen.