Skt. Petri, Copenhagen, Denmark – Hotel Review

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A better way to work out is to see the city. Walking in Copenhagen is a must and extremely pleasant.  I undertook a five-hour walking tour my first day there and wished I were staying longer to explore other parts of the city as well.

The hotel is located in what many consider to be the best part of the city, the Latin Quarter, excellent for strolling through its narrow streets.  The city’s main shopping street, Strøget, is five minutes away and the district is an appealing mixture of small cafés, book stores, and centuries-old buildings.


The aptly-named Central Kitchen looms large over the lobby and occupies a major part of it.  Dark leather booths, red curtains, and immense floor-to-ceiling windows make it an inviting space.


Breakfast at the Central Kitchen was most satisfying.  The buffet featured a superb array of breads and pastries, cheese (with a high-tech slicer), cereals, cold cuts, yoghurts, fruit, and warm dishes including bacon and eggs.  The terrace was open for breakfast and was a pleasant place to dine.  The only issue was that the Wi-Fi there didn’t function and I had to download my newspapers onto my iPad inside before returning to my table.

At dinner, my Dansk rib-eye served medium rare was excellent and I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of dining on the terrace.

The Bar Rouge gets busy at night and the Café Petri at street level is popular with people strolling through the neighborhood.


The Skt. Petri hotel is named after Saint Peter, who in Christianity is said to hold the keys to paradise.  With a high level of service and sophistication, personal service despite 268 rooms and a constant buzz in the lobby, this trendy hotel is able to offer guests a relaxed and very pleasant place to stay.


Skt. Petri
Krystalgade 22
Copenhagen,  Denmark 1172
Tel. +45 33 45 91 00

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