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Interview with Philip Viscovich in Børsen

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.

“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.

Avenue High Tea with Gourmet Cakes by Nikolaos Strangas

Thursday, November 15th, 2012
Nikolaos Strangas opened his cosy café, Nikolaos Strangas Conditori & Cakeaway, in February 2011 to rave reviews. He will personally present his mouth-watering delicacies at Avenue Fashion High Tea on Sunday 2 December 2012.

Nikolaos Strangas opened his cosy café, Nikolaos Strangas Conditori & Cakeaway, in February 2011 to rave reviews. He will personally present his mouth-watering delicacies at Avenue Fashion High Tea on Sunday 2 December 2012.

Enjoy a scrumptious selection of dessert cakes, scones and macaroons presented by Nikolaos Strangas.  Accompanied by tea, coffee, hot chocolate or possibly a glass of French bubbles…
What more could your heart desire?

Join us, as we cosy up with our take on a traditional British high tea on Sunday 2 December 2012.

Scrumptious Cakes presented by Pastry Chef Nikolaos Strangas
Pastry chef Nikolaos Strangas, our almost neighbour, makes some of the most delectable cakes and desserts in Copenhagen. He opened his cosy café, Nikolaos Strangas Conditori & Cakeaway, in February 2011 and has already won rave reviews and been nominated for “Best Café” by the popular city guide, IByen.dk.
On Sunday 2 December, from 1 pm Nikolaos Strangas will personally present his cakes and explain how his mouth-watering delicacies come to be. The cakes will be accompanied tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Or should your heart so desire, a glass of French bubbles.

Event: Avenue High Tea with gourmet cakes by Nikolaos Strangas and tea, coffee or hot chocolate
When: Sunday 2 December at 1-3 pm or 3.30-5.30 pm
Where: The restaurant and the lounge bar at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: DKK 275 per person.
Booking: Please make your booking on telephone 35 37 31 11 or at info@avenuehotel.dk

More about Strangas Cakeaway
Find more information about the scrumptious cakes and desserts from Strangas Cakeaway, or ensure your table at this culinary cake-feast by booking a room at Avenue Hotel.

blickfang Party at Avenue Hotel

Monday, November 5th, 2012
Our dedicated bartender team will surprise you with mouth-watering blickfang cocktails, while Michelin-starred chef, Philippe Houdet, spoils you with tasty finger food and celebrated DJ, Katrine Ring, spins luscious lounge tunes.

Our dedicated bartender team will surprise you with mouth-watering blickfang cocktails, while Michelin-starred chef, Philippe Houdet, spoils you with tasty finger food and celebrated DJ, Katrine Ring, spins luscious lounge tunes.

We celebrate the arrival of the cutting-edge design fair, blickfang, in Copenhagen by throwing a special blickfang Party.
Join us as our acclaimed DJ, Katrine Ring, spins luscious lounge tunes, and our Michelin-starred chef, Philippe Houdet, spoils you with tasty finger food, while our dedicated team of bartenders surprises you with a mouth-watering blickfang cocktail.

Event: Party to celebrate blickfang Copenhagen 2012
When: Saturday 10 November 2012 9 pm to Sunday 1 am
Where: the lounge at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry

More about blickfang – and Avenue Hotel
Find more information about the trend-setting design fair and shopping experience, blickfang Copenhagen 2012, including the list of exhibitors.
Avenue Hotel is a preferred partner of blickfang Copenhagen 2012.

Falcon Basket scores a Deal with Avenue Hotel

Monday, October 29th, 2012
Falcon Basket is one of Denmark’s most ambitious and successful basket teams, and at Avenue Hotel we are proud to announce that we have just closed a mutually beneficial sponsorship deal with the basket club.

Falcon Basket is one of Denmark’s most ambitious and successful basket teams, and at Avenue Hotel we are proud to announce that we have just closed a mutually beneficial sponsorship deal with the basket club.

Falcon Basket is one of Denmark’s foremost basket teams, and we are proud to announce that Avenue Hotel has just closed a sponsorship deal with the ambitious and successful basket club.

Basket is Hip, Urban and Local
“Basket games are fascinating. It’s all about team spirit, it’s hip, urban and the dynamic is amazing,” says our General Manager, Mai Kappenberger.
“And as a dynamic team spirit is essential for the avenue feeling, it seemed obvious for us to sponsor Falcon Basket,” she smiles.
“Further to this Falcon Basket is in our neighbourhood, fitting like hand in glove with our desire to play an active part in our local community.”

Free Tickets and Opportunities for Networking
“At Falcon Basket we are very happy about the collaboration with Avenue Hotel,” says Head of Corporate Relations at Falcon Basket, Henrik Dissing.
“Avenue is a great hotel, which we are happy to be associated with, and we believe we can offer some interesting benefits to Avenue’s guests, like free tickets for our games and network opportunities.”

More information
Find more information about Falcon Basket or ensure your free tickets for the games at Avenue Hotel.

DJ Katrine Ring on Groovy Music and Great Atmosphere

Thursday, October 11th, 2012
“I love to surprise my audience by making them enjoy music they never thought they would like,” says DJ Katrine Ring. She headlines Yellow Lounge, DJ-sessions reinventing classical music, at Avenue Hotel for the seventh season running.

“I love to surprise my audience by making them enjoy music they never thought they would like,” says DJ Katrine Ring. She headlines Yellow Lounge, DJ-sessions reinventing classical music, at Avenue Hotel for the seventh season running.

This autumn DJ Katrine Ring enters her seventh season head-lining the popular Yellow Lounge, reinventing classical music, at Avenue Hotel.
Katrine Ring is famous for challenging and surprising her audience. She has graciously agreed to share her thoughts on what makes for groovy music and an enjoyable atmosphere, and where to experience both in Copenhagen.

Groovy Music may be Challenging
“Bad music is simply bad craftsmanship. It’s plain noisy,” states DJ Katrine Ring.
Katrine Ring is an acclaimed DJ and music journalist, and many consider her the doyenne of Danish DJ’s.
“Good music may be challenging, difficult and demanding, but it always has a groove,” smiles Katrine Ring.
“And a good DJ has good music. She reads her audience, and selects the right music for it. It is less important whether she is a good technician or not,” adds Katrine Ring.

Unbeatable Atmosphere in Copenhagen
“A place has an enjoyable atmosphere if it is run by pleasant and competent people,” says DJ Katrine Ring.
“I find this atmosphere at La Fontaine, an old-school jazz venue in Copenhagen, where they select great, and always surprising, music.”
Katrine Ring has a special fondness for musical experiences in the urban spaces of Copenhagen – such as Superkilen and Tone Festival in the vibrant district, Nørrebro.
“Nørrebro is literally only a stone’s throw from Avenue Hotel,” jokes Katrine Ring, referring to the infamous riots in 1993 in the now mostly gentrified district.
“At Superkilen, a city space thought out by world-famous architect Bjarke Ingels, there are DJs every Friday, and in my favourite street, Jægersborggade, you often find live concerts with jazz, classical or electronic music,” says Katrine Ring.
Katrine Ring also recommends the free town of Christiania for its beautiful nature and innovative architecture, and food market, Torvehallerne, as its excellent mix of specialist food stores and restaurants has made it a new meeting-point in Copenhagen.

Local and International mix at Avenue Hotel
“Anything is possible at Avenue Hotel. I have never heard them say ‘no’ to a request,” says DJ Katrine Ring.
“I love Avenue Hotel because they manage to unite the local with the international. For our classical DJ-sessions, Yellow Lounge, guests from all over the world mix with locals who come by for a drink and to enjoy the atmosphere.”
She adds:”Also they serve great coffee and an amazing breakfast. Avenue Hotel is a secret I love to share.”

DJ Katrine Ring’s Spot, Offer and Treat
DJ Katrine Ring has kindly offered to recommend her favourite spot in Copenhagen, and together with the celebrated DJ we have found a special treat in the lounge bar and a special offer in the Avenue 24/7 Shop for our guests to enjoy.

Photo by Claes Bech-Poulsen

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.

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.

Skagen in Copenhagen

Tuesday, September 25th, 2012
Experience the true Skagen atmosphere at Avenue Hotel as Skagen Fiskerestaurant, Ruths Hotel, Marie Krøyer, Georg Jensen, Verdensballetten and many, many more spoil you with finger food, champagne, live entertainment and lots of prestigious prizes.

Experience the true Skagen atmosphere at Avenue Hotel as Skagen Fiskerestaurant, Ruths Hotel, Marie Krøyer, Georg Jensen, Verdensballetten and many, many more spoil you with finger food, champagne, live entertainment and lots of prestigious prizes.

Skagen, the favourite beach resort of Danish celebrities, takes Copenhagen – and in particular Avenue Hotel – on Monday 8 October 2012 at 8 pm.
Experience the true Skagen atmosphere as Skagen Fiskerestaurant, Ruths Hotel, Marie Krøyer, Georg Jensen, Verdensballetten and many, many more spoil you with finger food, champagne, live entertainment and lots of prestigious prizes.
All proceeds from the ticket sales will be donated to the charity organization, Barndrømmen.

Event: Skagen i København (Skagen in Copenhagen)
When: Monday 8 October 2012 at 8 pm
Where: Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: DKK 400, buy your ticket at Skagenbilletten.dk

More Information about Skagen in Copenhagen
Find more information about Skagen in Copenhagen, the charity organization, Barndrømmen, and read our interview with the founder of Barndrømmen, cultural entrepreneur Dorthe Foged.
Or simply book your room at Avenue Hotel.

Yellow Lounge is Back at Avenue Hotel

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
Celebrated DJs Katrine Ring (pictured) and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday 8-11 pm at Avenue Hotel.

Celebrated DJs Katrine Ring (pictured) and Stephan Bomberg reinvent classical music at Yellow Lounge every Wednesday 8-11 pm at Avenue Hotel.

Autumn is here, and acclaimed DJs Katrine Ring and Stephan Bomberg have planned some delightful musical experiences for their passionate followers.
Join us as we cozy up in front of the fireplace and enjoy another season of Yellow Lounge…

Event: Yellow Lounge – DJs reinvent classical music
When: Wednesday 26 September, 8-11 pm
Where: The lounge bar at Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price: Free entry but you may be tempted to start early with our bartenders’ scrumptious composition Yellow Lounge Cocktail

More information
Find more information about Yellow Lounge and Avenue Hotel.

“Are You Hungry Tonight?” asks COPENHAGEN FOOD

Monday, September 10th, 2012
Danish magazine COPENHAGEN FOOD keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things.  Enjoy the early autumn issue in the comfy loungers on the charming patio at Avenue Hotel.

Danish magazine COPENHAGEN FOOD keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things. Enjoy the early autumn issue in the comfy loungers on the charming patio at Avenue Hotel.

COPENHAGEN FOOD, the Danish foodies’ favourite magazine, takes inspiration from the US election and celebrates American food in their September/November issue.
Further to their American theme the food lovers write about Höst, a new Baltic restaurant, NORM, who have designed dinnerware inspired by the Scandinavian mood and colours as well as the ‘confessions’ of Copenhagen’s King of Steaks, Rasmus Oubæk, and much more…

More about the September/November Issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD
Pick up a copy of COPENHAGEN FOOD at your news agent’s, subscribe and get special offers, and remember to join the community at their Facebook-page.
Or browse the September/November issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD in the comfy loungers on the charming patio at Avenue Hotel.

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