Archive for October, 2012

Avenue donates 50 Duvets to Sandholmlejren

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
As autumn creeps up on us with darkness and cold weather, we feel certain that the 50 comfortable duvets, we donated to the asylum centre, Sandholmlejren, run by Danish Red Cross will be highly appreciated.

As autumn creeps up on us with darkness and cold weather, we feel certain that the 50 comfortable duvets, we donated to the asylum centre, Sandholmlejren, run by Danish Red Cross will be highly appreciated.

We have just donated 50 of our used, but still very comfy, duvets to the asylum centre, Sandholmlejren, run by Danish Red Cross.
Read more about the asylum centre, Sandholmlejren, and about the work of Danish Red Cross.

DJ Katrine Ring reinvents Classical Music

Sunday, October 7th, 2012
Our resident DJs, Katrine Ring (pictured) and Stephan Bomberg, reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

Our resident DJs, Katrine Ring (pictured) and Stephan Bomberg, reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

Our celebrated resident DJ, Katrine Ring, presents an eclectic mix of classical music, electronic vibes and jazz, as well as her own compositions, at Yellow Lounge on Wednesday 10 October, 8-11 pm.

Event: Yellow Lounge – DJs reinventing classical music
When: Wednesday 10 October 2012, 8-11 pm
Where: The Lounge at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry but you may be tempted to start early with our bartenders’ delightful composition, Yellow Lounge Cocktail

More about Yellow Lounge
Find more information about Yellow Lounge, the innovative DJ-sessions mixing classical music, electronic vibes and live performances.
Every Wednesday at Avenue Hotel.

Yellow Lounge is sponsored by Funktion-One.

The Fathom for Kate Spade NY Guide recommends Avenue

Sunday, October 7th, 2012
“The Kate Spade girl is making her way around the world and finding style in all the right places: from Shanghai’s south bund fabric market to Copenhagen’s sandwich shops,” says Pavia Rosati, Founder and CEO at Fathom.

“The Kate Spade girl is making her way around the world and finding style in all the right places: from Shanghai’s south bund fabric market to Copenhagen’s sandwich shops,” says Pavia Rosati, Founder and CEO at Fathom.

“There’s a little something extra going on here,” writes Fathom for Kate Spade New York in their newly launched guide to Copenhagen.
The lovely ladies at Fathom aim to reinvent travel websites by combining inspiring personal stories and curated destination guides with the best travel resources and products. So it was an obvious move for the fashionistas at Kate Spade New York to partner with Fathom to create the perfect travel guides for the Kate Spade girl.
Oh, and did we remember to mention that Fathom and Kate Spade New York recommend you stay at Avenue Hotel, when in Copenhagen..?

More about Kate Spade New York and Fathom
Check out the Kate Spade girl’s stylish finds at Fathom for Kate Spade New York and sneak a peek into her wardrobe at Kate Spade New York.
And remember to read why, the savvy travellers recommend you stay at Avenue Hotel, when in Copenhagen.

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