Archive for the ‘Copenhagen’ Category

Tasty tapas and summery Stuykman Wit wheat beer

Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Tasty tapas wheat beer Nørrebro Bryghus Copenhagen Fashion Week Avenue Hotel

Join us on Wednesday 7 August for a tasty tapas platter from Temporada Tapas Bodega and summery Stuykman Wit wheat beer from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus.

Copenhagen Fashion Week is possibly our favourite time of the year. All of Copenhagen is buzzing with happy, beautyful people and the city is in a great party mood. We invite you to warm up for fashion week with our tasty tapas platter from Temporada Tapas Bodega and organic, summery Stuykman Wit wheat beer from local artisan brewery, Nørrebro Bryghus.

Event: Tasty tapas and summer wheat beer at Avenue Hotel
When:
Wednesday 7 August 2013 5-9.30 pm
Where:
Avenue Hotel, Åboulevard 29, Frederiksberg
Price:
DKK 210 per person

Tablet Magazine on kid-friendly Avenue Hotel, bikes and Copenhagen

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
“Copenhagen is a pretty open-armed place to begin with, but if you travel the city on two wheels with a kid cruising at your side, the welcome you receive only gets warmer,” writes Ela Marx at Tablet Magazine, as she praises kid-friendly Avenue Hotel.

“Copenhagen is a pretty open-armed place to begin with, but if you travel the city on two wheels with a kid cruising at your side, the welcome you receive only gets warmer,” writes Ela Marx at Tablet Magazine, as she praises kid-friendly Avenue Hotel.

“Even for Copenhagen, Avenue Hotel is especially accommodating for children,” writes Ela Marx in Tablet Magazine, the on-line magazine of the hotel experts at the booking site Tablet Hotels.

“Local bikers are friendly and fluent in English”
“There’s a reason everyone here rides bikes,” Ela Marx elaborates.

“It’s the fastest, most comfortable, least expensive way to get around. Most hotels offer rental bikes, helmets, and maps to guests, and if you get lost, local bikers are friendly and fluent in English.”

We think Ela hit it right on the mark!

More on kid-friendly Copenhagen and Avenue

Ela Marx dishes out great insider-tips on the vibrant district of Nørrebro, the great snacks at Torvehallerne and even more kid-friendly stuff at Tivoli in her article at Tablet Hotels.

You may also cut the chase and book a room at Avenue Hotel for your own kid-friendly experience.

Photo: Wonderful Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the most Liveable City in the World (again)

Friday, June 21st, 2013
“Perfection is unobtainable, of course, but Copenhagen is striking a pretty good deal right now,” writes the lifestyle bible MONOCLE. Browse the magazine in the lounge at Avenue Hotel

“Perfection is unobtainable, of course, but Copenhagen is striking a pretty good deal right now,” writes the lifestyle bible MONOCLE. Browse the magazine in the lounge at Avenue Hotel.

“The Danish capital has undergone a radical transformation in recent years…”, writes the lifestyle bible MONOCLE in their annual ranking of the world’s 25 most livable cities in their July/August issue.

MONOCLE elaborates: “These days, if the weather is even slightly permitting, they bathe in the harbour swimming pools and lounge and lounge beside the waterfront. There’s a great barista or gelateria on every street, and not a week goes by without some or other festival erupting, be it film, music, art or food…”
Copenhagen has been in the Top 3 since MONOCLE began their ranking, and has now regained the top spot.

More Information about the Ranking of the World’s Best Cities
Sneak a peek at how the editorial team determines the quality of life at monocle.com.
Or read the July/August issue of MONOCLE on the patio at Avenue Hotel.

Photo: Wonderful Copenhagen

“You know you’ve chosen well”, Avenue Hotel

Friday, June 14th, 2013
“An impeccable attention to detail—witness the Missoni sheets, house-baked bread, and original artwork—distinguishes this 68-room boutique property,” writes Benjamin Lescz, editor at male webzine, Dailyxy.com, about our design boutique hotel.

“An impeccable attention to detail—witness the Missoni sheets, house-baked bread, and original artwork—distinguishes this 68-room boutique property,” writes Benjamin Lescz, editor at male webzine, Dailyxy.com, about our design boutique hotel.

“From the moment you enter Avenue Hotel’s lobby bar, with its plush, Scandi-perfect sofas and roaring fire, you’ll know you’ve chosen well,” writes Benjamin Lescz, editor at male webzine, Dailyxy.com.
He gushes:  “An impeccable attention to detail—witness the Missoni sheets, house-baked bread, and original artwork—distinguishes this 68-room boutique property, which is set in a 114-year-old, Emil Blichfeldt-designed building in the heart of the city.”

More about Copenhagen and Avenue Hotel
“Copenhagen remains a must,” says Benjamin Lescz.
Read the rest of his guide to Copenhagen, check out the man himself, or experience our boutique design hotel for yourself.

White Line Hotels: satiate your Senses in Cool Copenhagen

Thursday, January 17th, 2013
The cutting-edge hotel network, White Line Hotels, picks their favourite events at Copenhagen's popular February festivals, Wondercool Copenhagen and Copenhagen Cooking.

The cutting-edge hotel network, White Line Hotels, picks their favourite events at Copenhagen's popular February festivals, Wondercool Copenhagen and Copenhagen Cooking.

“Experience everything cool in Copenhagen this February (weather included) with a stay at design-savvy Avenue Hotel,” our friends at White Line Hotels recommend.
White Line Hotels is a network of creative boutique hotels that reflect local culture and embrace individuality. For the popular February festivals, Wondercool Copenhagen and Copenhagen Cooking, they put in a good word for the Andy Warhol exhibition at Lousiana – Museum of Modern Art, Silver Spoon Guerilla Dining’s playful fashion week event, The Dirty Model Edition, as well as our very own Avenue High Tea with cakes by Nikolaos Strangas.

More about White Line Hotels and the festivals in Copenhagen
Find more information about the innovative hotel network, White Line Hotels, enjoy their recommendations and find additional information about the culture festival, Wondercool Copenhagen, as well as the food festival, Copenhagen Cooking.
Or experience it all firsthand by staying at Avenue Hotel.

Photo by Wondercool Copenhagen

Wondercool turns Copenhagen Ice-hot in February

Monday, January 14th, 2013
Explore the world of music, food, architecture, fashion, art and design in Copenhagen as popular festivals and acclaimed cultural institutions join forces to tempt your ears, delight your taste buds and indulge your aesthetic senses at the culture festival, Wondercool Copenhagen.

Explore the world of music, food, architecture, fashion, art and design in Copenhagen as popular festivals and acclaimed cultural institutions join forces to tempt your ears, delight your taste buds and indulge your aesthetic senses at the culture festival, Wondercool Copenhagen.

You may want to bring your favourite sweater when going to the culture festival Wondercool Copenhagen in the Danish capital during the chilly month of February.
In return you are guaranteed lots of hot culture as nine popular summer festivals and acclaimed cultural institutions join forces to tempt your ears, delight your taste buds and indulge your aesthetic senses.

Well-known Successes and Innovative New-comers
The culture festival Wondercool Copenhagen offers you a well-shaken cocktail of music, food, architecture, fashion, art and design as the popular summer festivals, Copenhagen Jazz Festival, Copenhagen Fashion Festival and Copenhagen Cooking join forces with new-comer, rock festival FROST, and acclaimed cultural institutions, Danish Design Centre, Danish Architecture Centre, National Gallery of Denmark as well as art museums Arken and Louisiana to create events within and across familiar genres.

Event: Wondercool Copenhagen 2013
When: Friday 1 February to Thursday 28 February
Where: All over Copenhagen, Frederiksberg and North Zealand
Price: Varies (many events are for free)

More about Wondercool Copenhagen
We are of course proud to announce that our own event, Avenue High Tea with Cakes by Nikolaos Strangas, is one of the official highlights of the food festival Copenhagen Cooking but encourage you to explore the complete programme for Wondercool Copenhagen 2013.
And remember, Avenue Hotel makes a great – and cosy – base from which to explore Copenhagen.

Photo by Wondercool Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN FOOD pays tribute to good food

Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Danish food magazine, COPENHAGEN FOOD, keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things. Enjoy the New Year’s issue in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

Danish food magazine, COPENHAGEN FOOD, keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things. Enjoy the New Year’s issue in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

“Danes eat too much crap food,” says one of Danish cuisine’s grand old men, Bo Jacobsen, owner/chef at gourmet restaurant, Restaurationen, in the Januay/February issue of the Danish food lovers’ favourite magazine, COPENHAGEN FOOD.
Enjoy Bo Jacobsen’s controversial take on the Danish food culture – or lack thereof – check out the readers’ best food pictures, let COPENHAGEN FOOD guide you to Denmark’s best television shows for foodies, go deer-hunting,  and much, much more…

More about the January/February issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD
Pick up a copy of COPENHAGEN FOOD at your newsagent’s, subscribe and get special offers, and remember to join the community at their Facebook-page.
Or browse the January/February issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

Christmas Days in Jægersborggade

Friday, November 30th, 2012
A few years ago Jægersborggade was a no-go area due to drug-related gang wars but local entrepreneurs have conquered the gangs and today Copenhageners are flocking to the vibrant street. Check out their Christmas Days on 1 & 2 December 2012.

A few years ago Jægersborggade was a no-go area due to drug-related gang wars but local entrepreneurs have conquered the gangs and today Copenhageners are flocking to the vibrant street. Check out their Christmas Days on 1 & 2 December 2012.

“Jægersborggade is my favourite street in Copenhagen. It is popular with the locals but the shop-keepers have an international orientation,” said our resident DJ, Katrine Ring, when we asked her to recommend her best-loved spot in Copenhagen.
This coming weekend, 1 & 2 December 2012, there is even more reason to visit the vibrant street as the local shops, cafés and restaurants gang together to create their unique take on a Christmas market.

Event: Christmas Days in Jægersborggade
When: Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December 2012 – 11 am-4 pm
Where: Jægersborggade, 2220 Nørrebro (Copenhagen)
Price: Free entry

More about Jægersborggade
Find out why Katrine Ring, our resident DJ at Yellow Lounge, loves Jægersborggade, find more information about the Christmas Days in Jægersborggade (sorry, in Danish only), and remember, Avenue Hotel is  a leisurely ten-minute bike-ride from Jægersborggade.

Photo courtesy of Wonderful Copenhagen

COPENHAGEN FOOD goes all Christmassy…

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012
Danish magazine COPENHAGEN FOOD keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things.  Enjoy the Christmas issue in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

Danish magazine COPENHAGEN FOOD keeps you updated about food, trend-setters, travel and other enjoyable things. Enjoy the Christmas issue in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

COPENHAGEN FOOD, the Danish food lovers’ favourite magazine, celebrates Christmas in their November/December issue.
We especially love the mouth-watering cake recipes from Nanna Pörtner a.k.a. the “Dessert Dragon”, the untraditional dessert recipes using fir by acclaimed chef, Jakob Mielcke from Mielcke & Hurtigkarl, and the long-awaited crusade for aquavit by startender Nick Kobbernagel from award-winning (and one of our favourites) cocktail bar, Ruby .
Further to this COPENHAGEN FOOD guides you to some of Copenhagen’s best places to enjoy glögg or to gorge on the notorious Danish Christmas lunch, and much, much more…

More about the November/December 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 November/December issue of COPENHAGEN FOOD in front of the fireplace in the comfy lounge bar at Avenue Hotel.

Top 10 ‘Hygge’ Things to do in Copenhagen

Monday, November 19th, 2012
The Danish tourism organization, Visit Denmark, has compiled a Top 10-list over the most ‘hygge’ things to do in Copenhagen. Some of our favourites, like the Christmas market in Tivoli Gardens, picnic in The King's Garden and lunch at Restaurant Kronborg, made the grade.

The Danish tourism organization, Visit Denmark, has compiled a Top 10-list over the most ‘hygge’ things to do in Copenhagen. Some of our favourites, like Christmas in Tivoli Gardens (pictured), picnic in The King's Garden and lunch at Restaurant Kronborg, made the grade.

“It can be hard to explain the Danish word ‘hygge’ (pronounced a bit like ‘hooga’),” claims VisitDenmark, the Danish tourism organisation.
“Roughly it translates to cosiness but that definition doesn’t quite cover it… ”
VisitDenmark adds: “’Hygge’ is so much more and always involves creating a nice warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with people around you.”
To help visitors to the Danish capital VisitDenmark has worked out a Top 10-list over the most ‘hygge’ things to do in Copenhagen, including some of our favourites, like Christmas in Tivoli Gardens, a picnic in The King’s Garden (best in summer, though) and lunch at Restaurant Kronborg.

More about ‘Hygge’
Read more about VisitDenmark’s ten suggestions for where to find ‘hygge’ in Copenhagen or book a room at Avenue Hotel and find out about that ‘hygge’ thing yourself…

Photo courtesy of Tivoli Gardens

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