Denmark

Oasia Hotel

When you’re visiting Aarhus, Denmark’s second city, you probably want to stay in a hotel that is pure Scandi-style: not a characterless chain peddling identical rooms from Abuja to Zagreb. Clearly, for the 65 room Oasia, “Less is more” is the design mantra.

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Musling Bistro, Copenhagen

Can oysters ever taste as good in a stylish eatery as they do at a down-home restaurant awash in rough-hewn tables and rustic tiles? Seafood supremo Anders Selmer certainly thought they could when he launched Musling Bistro to complement his hugely popular Kodbyens Fiskebar

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Nimb Hotel

Were it not for its elegant, grown-up decor and more than 100 years of history, you’d be tempted to liken the Nimb Copenhagen to the Disneyland Hotel in Paris.

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The Andersen Boutique Hotel

It could be the bright, funky decor of the Andersen Boutique Hotel that keeps it permanently full – or perhaps it’s that rare commodity in Copenhagen, free wine.

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Amass Restaurant

Amass is the very essence of today’s trending Copenhagen restaurants, serving up inspired local fare in a stripped-back yet sumptuous space deep within a far-flung neighbourhood changing so fast that by 2018 it will be the hottest place to dine in town.

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Kodbyens Fiskebar

Kodbyens Fiskebar proves visitors can find original food in a happening Copenhagen restaurant which doesn’t, like many of those opened by Noma alumnae, cost an arm and a leg.

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