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Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen – New Year with New Designs

2013 was the year where the Hotel Alexandra brought half of its rooms back to the 50´s. The rooms were decorated with furniture, wallpapers, lamps and textiles like the design loving Danes did in the 50′s.  2014 is the time for moving ahead. The Hotel Alexandra just now started the renovation of the last rooms and they will be decorated just as the design loving Danes did it in the 60´s. The staff of the Alexandra Hotel is looking very much forward to be able to show you all the rooms in early March 2014. The iconic designer’s own rooms – The deluxe rooms and suites, dedicated...
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Wondercool – Copenhagen’s Major Winter Festival

Wondercool in Copenhagen Wondercool is Copenhagen’s major winter festival with focus on art, architecture, design, food, fashion, music and cultural experiences. It is backed up by the city’s large established festivals and institutions. Wondercool takes place in 2014 for the fourth time and throughout the month of February. Established festivals such as the food festival Copenhagen Cooking invites you to a wealth of gastronomic experiences, and the music festivals FROST and Copenhagen Jazz Festival offer an abundance of concerts. For more information, please go to: VISIT COPENHAGEN Where...
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Hotel Alexandra in Copenhagen Offers Rooms with Insight

Since 1910, guests at Hotel Alexandra have been able to enjoy the view from their rooms overlooking the Town Hall Square in Copenhagen, but now the hotel will also be able to offer guestsrooms that give insight into Danish furniture design. Hotel Alexandra did for some year ago opens its doors to a wholenew type of hotel room. Guests can book ”Retro design rooms” when they visit Copenhagen. The hotel has furnished many rooms with Danish furniture design by a number of the leading Danish furniture designers and architects. “We want to tell the guests a story when they stay at our hotel, andwe...
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Little Mermaid – a symbol of Copenhagen, Denmark

The first glimpse when you encounter Langelinie is the astonishing Little Mermaid statue. Standing at only 1.25 meters high and weighing around 175 kg, this marvel has been one of the symbols of Copenhagen since its unveiling on August 23, 1913. It was a present from the brewer Carl Jacobsen of the Carlsberg Breweries. It was made by a sculptor by the name of Edvard Erichsen. Every year it is celebrated in a special way and 75% of tourists who visit Copenhagen throughout the year visit the famous Little Mermaid. The Little Mermaid represent the Danish fairy tale written by Hans Christian Andersen...
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Places in Copenhagen – IL DONA Restaurant

Courtesy of Hotel Alexandra Maria from Hotel Alexandra, Copenhagen, visited IL DONA for a romantic evening with her husband! IL DONA  is for those who seek a cozy atmosphere, warm and personal service, a green light and carefully prepared cuisine and high quality for the price! To come to IL DONA, you have to take a walk on the street “Magstræde”. Here you will be gripped by the atmosphere of the old and very cozy Copenhagen! This feeling will not leave you upon arrival at IL DONA in no. 12 At the restaurant entrance, you have to walk up the stairs – It is like going up to...
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