Where to stay in Copenhagen? At Skt Petri: my favorite design boutique hotel in Copenhagen. This small luxury hotel is ideally situated with an amazing design. I was lucky to partner with Skt Petri, one of my favorite design boutique hotels, during the Copenhagen Fashion Week.
My stay at the Skt Petri: A design boutique hotel in Copenhagen
The Skt Petri is in the center of Copenhagen and is a little gem of design. It is ideally located, and the place is perfect for a weekend trip or a business trip. Copenhagen is a fashionable and trendy city. There are numerous restaurants and shops with astonishing decors in the area.
On top of the Skt Petri amazing location, I enjoyed being around pieces of designs like the famous Louise Roe vase or the Platner side chair. The hotel is stylish, modern but yet cozy and comfortable. Every morning, I enjoyed a delicious breakfast and I loved to spend time on the terrasse. The superior room was very comfortable and well decorated. I ended my day with a relaxing bath in the spacious bathroom.
Although it was a partnership, I honestly love my stay at Skt Petri and I recommend the place. I will book it there for my next trip.
Travel Tips: Going around in Copenhagen
- I felt safe in the city.
- It is easy to speak to everyone in English.
- In the city, you can travel by metro, bike or cab. From the airport, you can take the metro or a taxi (around 35EUR).
- No uber but alternatives exist. As Copenhagen does not support the Uber app, you can download Dan Taxi or Viggo apps.
- Copenhagen is the perfect destination for a long weekend.
- I definitely recommend my hotel Skt Petri for your next stay in Copenhagen.
- Book one week in advance at a fancy restaurant like Esmee.
Shopping tips in Copenhagen
You don’t have to go to CPHFW to enjoy the finest of fashion and design. Copenhagen is a paradise for trendsetters, design addicts, vintage lovers, and fashionistas year-round.
- I found two amazing stores a minute away from my hotel Skt Petri: Another Nue and Time’s up vintage, both based on Krystalgade.
- On Gothersgade, you will find a lot of trendy stores and restaurants: like Lot #29 and Beau Marché.
- I enjoyed having a coffee and going around Louise Roe Gallery’s concept store (On Vognmagergade 9). The area is also great for premium shopping.
- I found the paradise for Scandinavian design objects at Illums Bolighus. I bought some home decor from Ferm Living, Paia Copenhagen, Oyoy, and Norman Copenhagen.
- Look out for the flagships of these fashion brands in Copenhagen: By Malene Birger, Baum Und Pfergarten, Munthe, Ganni.
- I wanted to go to the Design Museum. Unfortunately, it is closed until Spring 22.
Don’t forget to pack light to bring back some souvenirs!
Pictures showing Julia Comil are taken by Nadia Krawiecka.