Cozy in Copenhagen

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I discovered Copenhagen for the first time a few weeks ago and I found this city really beautiful, so organized and bright!

The streets are wide and spacious, bordered with large-windowed majestic buildings, reflecting the sky. In the Nyhavn harbor district, houses are coated with pastel soft colors and the walk is very touristy. Continuing on the docks, you can finally see the famous Little Mermaid statue from Andersen’s Danish tale. Denmark’s capital city is green and the majority of its inhabitants circulate by bicycle.

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After a day of walking in the fresh open-air, I was more than happy to find myself in a very cozy hotel: Hotel Axel. Located in the Vesterbro district, close to the shopping street Strøget, it is part of the Danish hotel chain Guldsmeden in a 100% ecological and family spirit.

Rooms feature cozy Scandinavian furniture and exotic decoration details with Balinese ikat covers, kilim rugs on the light woodfloors, rustic rope and shells. The organic breakfast is delicious with a buffet full of breads, fresh fruits, jams, delicatessen, muesli and delicious homemade cakes. And as an extra treat, being sensitive to the cold, Axel Hotel also offers massages and a spa to warm and relax you.

Everything I needed to enjoy the rest of my stay in the Danish capital.

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