Archive for December, 2012
Tuesday, December 18th, 2012
Avenue Hotel is closed for Christmas and New Year’s Holiday from 21 December 2012 till 3 January 2012.
We would like to extend a sincere thank you for a fantastic 2012.
We hope that you have a marvellous Christmas with your loved ones and that you will enter 2013 in great spirits.
Avenue Hotel is closed for Christmas and New Year’s holiday from 21 December till 3 January.
We look forward to seeing you at Avenue Hotel in 2013.
Philip Viscovich and the AveTeam
Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
“Every Sunday should consist of delicious cakes, a girly chat, hot Valrhona chocolate (and charming Strangas, please)”, wrote life style bloggers, TheImpressionista.com, about Avenue High Tea. Join us at the next Avenue High Tea with Cakes by Strangas on Sunday 3 February 2013.
Some of Copenhagen’s best food writers and bloggers enjoyed a scrumptious selection of dessert cakes, scones and macaroons, and had an informal chat with pastry chef, Nikolaos Strangas, at Avenue High Tea on Sunday 2 December 2012.
“Every Sunday should consist of delicious cakes, a girly chat, hot Valrhona chocolate (and charming Strangas, please)” said TheImpressionista.com.
“Avenue High Tea is true Sunday-coziness with an exclusive touch,” wrote Emilie at Spiseliv.dk.
“The cakes from Strangas were no less than amazing. All Sundays should be like this…”, noted Julie from GaneogGaffel.dk.
Also enjoying Strangas’ mouth-watering cakes were Anne from AnneauChocolat.dk, Emily from EmilySalomon.dk, Katrine from Klinken.dk and Mira from MirasMadblog.dk.
More about Avenue High Tea with Nikolaos Strangas
Find more information about celebrated pastry chef, Nikolaos Strangas, or cozy up at Avenue Hotel at the upcoming Avenue High Tea on Sunday 3 February 2013.
Tuesday, December 11th, 2012
Enjoy the delicious breakfast buffet at Avenue Hotel, as our Lucia Brides sing Christmas hymns to celebrate Saint Lucy’s Day on Thursday 13 December.
Avenue Hotel celebrates Saint Lucy’s Day on 13 December with Lucia brides singing Christmas hymns and a delicious breakfast buffet with home-baked Christmas buns.
Celebrate the Lucia Myth with Hymns & Christmas Buns
According to the myth the fire refused to take Saint Lucy’s (Lucia in Scandinavian) life. In Scandinavia we celebrate the myth at Christmas time by crowning a Lucia bride and have a procession with Lucia girls and star boys carrying candles and singing Christmas hymns.
On 13 December Avenue Hotel invites you to enjoy the Christmas carols and hymns along with our breakfast buffet spilling over with organic delicacies and home-baked Christmas buns.
Where: The lounge and restaurant at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
When: Thursday 13 December 2012 from 8 am (breakfast buffet 7-10 am)
Price: DKK 100 per person, free for hotel residents
Booking: Please book your table at firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information about Saint Lucy’s Day
Find more information about Saint Lucy’s Day and experience the Lucia brides live at Avenue Hotel.
Monday, December 10th, 2012
All children staying at Avenue Hotel are invited to pick up a Christmas drawing at the reception and colour it to enter our colouring competition.
We invite all children staying at Avenue Hotel to enter our colouring competition. Get a drawing at the reception and colour it. Then ‘post’ the drawing in the red mailbox in the play corner in our restaurant.
We draw the lucky winners on 20 December. The winners will be informed directly.
Event: Colour competition for kids at Avenue Hotel
When: Every day from 1 to 20 December
Price: Free for hotel guests
Monday, December 10th, 2012
Every day - till Christmas – a lucky guest at Avenue Hotel will receive a gift from our Christmas Calendar.
Every day – till Christmas – Santa’s little helper hangs a letter on the door to one of the guests’ room at Avenue Hotel. The lucky guest, staying in the room, will receive a gift from our Christmas Calendar at the breakfast buffet.
All the gifts are carefully selected from the eclectic range in our Avenue Shop 24/7.
Event: Christmas Calendar at Avenue Hotel
When: Every day from 1 till 22 December
Price: Free for hotel guests
Monday, December 3rd, 2012
“To my mind Avenue Hotel is the hotel in Denmark, which appeals most to the international market, and the hotel is a perfect match to my profile,” our new General Manager, Philip Viscovich, told the leading Danish business daily, Børsen.
“Avenue Hotel has an international profile, and it is my job to maintain and raise the standard,” our new General Manager, Philip Viscovich, told the foremost Danish business daily, Børsen, when they interviewed him on 22 November 2012.
Philip Viscovich arrived at Avenue Hotel after a brief stint at Strandhotellet on the Danish island, Bornholm.
“I had the choice between moving abroad again or finding a place in Denmark, which could give me what I was looking for,” said Philip Viscovich.
“I chose Avenue Hotel because, to my mind, it is the hotel in Denmark, which appeals most to the international market, and the hotel is a perfect match to my profile.”
More about Philip Viscovich in Børsen
Read the rest of the interview with Philip Viscovich in Børsen (sorry, for subscribers only), or visit Avenue Hotel to experience the international ambience for yourself.
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