Skt. Petri, Copenhagen, Denmark – Hotel Review

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DSC_0926The very functional bath area continued the sparse white color scheme and provided a large walk-in shower but no tub.  Counter space was somewhat limited but not excessively so.

My only real complaint about the room had to do with the safe, which had a hard-to-open door.

One of my favorite features of the room was the private terrace, which opened to great views of the city.  It had two chairs (more than the room had if one doesn’t count the desk chair) and a small table, and was a great place to chill at night with a friend and a bottle of wine.

View from the author's room

View from the author’s room


A large television and a tray with wine and snacks (for sale) occupied far too much space on the otherwise useful desk.  The tray quickly found itself on the floor.  The desk was paired with a comfortable but decidedly non-ergonomic chair that was good for short bursts of sitting but would not have been acceptable for long periods of work.

The free Wi-Fi worked reasonably well in the room but I found it to be problematic in other areas of the hotel.

The hotel provides a variety of meeting spaces including Center Stage, which can seat up to 250 people, and the Business Suite on the sixth floor, which can seat approximately ten people and has its own private terrace.


The fitness suite (that’s what they call it) is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and has something one doesn’t see every day, indoor and outdoor workout areas.

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