52 Amazing Weekends in Scandinavia

“52 Weekends” details small, charming restaurants as well as gourmet temples, and intimate, family-run hotels as well as famous designer shrines in the Scandinavian capitals.

“52 Weekends” details small, charming restaurants as well as gourmet temples, and intimate, family-run hotels as well as famous designer shrines in the Scandinavian capitals.

The lavish coffee table book, “52 Weekends”, recommends more than 100 dining and sleeping options in the Scandinavian capitals.
The Norwegian team behind “52 Weekends” regularly stays at Avenue Hotel, and we are proud to be included in the book.

Insider-guide to 52 Weekends in Scandinavia
The coffee table book, “52 Weekends”, details small, charming restaurants, reasonably high street eateries as well as gourmet temples. It comprises intimate, family-run hotels as well as famous designer shrines.
“52 Weekends” is based on the thorough research and insider knowledge of Norwegians Esben Grønli, Ole Peder Juve and Hans Petter Smeby.

“Avenue Hotel is well-designed with comfortable rooms, a bar with an open fireplace, and the patio is brilliant for relaxing with a glass of wine after touring the city all day,” says Hans Petter Smeby, one of the authors of the inspiring book, “52 Weekends”.

“Avenue Hotel is well-designed with comfortable rooms, a bar with an open fireplace, and the patio is brilliant for relaxing with a glass of wine after touring the city all day,” says Hans Petter Smeby, one of the authors of the inspiring book, “52 Weekends”.

Favourite Hotel with Perfect Location
“Avenue Hotel is my favourite hotel in Copenhagen because I am always welcomed by the same friendly people,” says Hans Petter Smeby, one of the authors of the inspiring book, “52 Weekends”.
Adding: “the location is perfect. I am in the middle of the neighbourhoods, Frederiksberg and Nørrebro, and can reach the inner city, Vesterbro or Østerbro in five minutes on one of the hotel’s bikes.”

More Information about “52 Weekends”
Browse “52 Weekends” in front of the cosy fireplace in the lounge at Avenue Hotel or buy your own copy at Haugenbok.no or Bokkilden.no.
Please note that at present “52 Weekends” is only published in Norwegian.

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