Our own Publications, and what others have to say.

We love accommodating guests here at Hotel Alexandra - and sometimes people like it so much too, they feel the need to write a little about their experience.
Here you will find a small collection of words about us, and some articles about Danish Architects and Designers from our archives. Enjoy!

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Hotel Alexandra flower "..opening of the Jens Risom room at the Hotel Alexandra, in what perhaps is Copenhagen’s cosiest (or as we say in Danish, hyggelig) place to stay.."
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Hotel Alexandra flower "..I wanted every space to pay tribute to some of our brightest design minds.."
Known as the father of modern Danish furniture design. Read more in our publications
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Hotel Alexandra flower "..Hotel Alexandra will transport you back to the days when girls wore hip new PVC and polyester miniskirts and listened to the Beatles and Bob Dylan on transistor radios.."
With her thoughtful and user-centered designs Grethe Jalk is still one of Denmarks most iconic designers.
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Hotel Alexandra flower "The Verner Panton corner suite is the hotel’s most visually arresting space.."
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Hotel Alexandra flower " much so that a few nights there almost negate the need to visit the Design Museum.."
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Hotel Alexandra flower "..but a new interest in Nordic design is attracting fans and followers from across the world. At Hotel Alexandra, near Tivoli Gardens and Town Hall..."
Read more about all the designers and rooms on Hotel Alexandra
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Hotel Alexandra flower "..inscrit son style dans l'après-guerre, âge d'or du design scandinave.."
"Confident in the quality and durability of the pieces, guests can enjoy using, sitting in and generally admiring the real deal..."
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Hotel Alexandra flower "If you’re looking for real time travel, book either the Collector’s Suite or the Verner Panton Suite.."
The Independent travel recommendation
Hotel Alexandra flower "The team behind the Alexandra has spent years collecting Danish mid-century vintage design furniture.."