Yet another business meeting, on March 2007. There were no vacancies at the Admiral (right in front of the office so they usually book us there) and we were placed at the Phoenix, nearby.
According its website the Phoenix is "4-star deluxe hotel placed in one of Copenhagen's historical buildings. Hotel Phoenix Copenhagen is located in central Copenhagen next to Amalienborg Castle, the charming Nyhavn harbour, Kgs. Nytorv and the shopping street Strøget.
Hotel Phoenix Copenhagen has 213 rooms and suites elegantly furnished with inspiration from the Louis XVI epoca".
What they don't say its the rooms were very small, the beds not so comfortable (all my colleagues coincided on this) not prepared for a business traveler needs (virtually no room for work), and not so nicely decorated (well, maybe I do have a very high standards for elegance and luxury, but I do not think so). The rooms would be perfect for a 3-star hotel but not for a "4-star deluxe". Funny enough, a few months later I stayed at the Strand, a 3-star from the same brand of hotels, Arp-Hansen, and it was better value IMO.
Unique Quality: You may like this hotel if you like old-fashion decor. The location is excellent, but I'd say there are better hotels in town in this price range (about 1500 DKK)
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12 Helgolandsgade, Copenhagen
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Address: Bredgade 37, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1260, Denmark