Sneak peek: Park Lane Copenhagen

New boutique hotel, Park Lane Copenhagen, is undergoing a stunning transformation as it prepares to open later this year. We stepped inside for a closer look…

copper, brown and cream hotel lobby with statement contemporary chandelier above desk in Park Lane Copenhagen

October will see Park Lane Copenhagen welcoming its first guests to what was originally a cinema and latest a local hotel. The building has an intriguing and rich story dating back to the 1920’s. This historic charm of the premises has been carefully preserved in the new transformation, where some original details have been thoughtfully retained.

Copenhagen hotel suite with white rounded couch, white chairs, wooden floor and white contemporary light feature

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The former ballroom of the building has been transformed into suites, where the original stucco and some chandeliers have been meticulously restored. The suites are now adorned with interior elements such as elegant sinks and bathtubs from the Italian brand Antoniolupi, wooden chevron floors, marble accents, handcrafted wallpaper, and heated bathroom floors.

white and brown marble and wood detail in the bathroom and wardrobe of the hotel

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Drawing inspiration from the Copenhagen surroundings of the hotel, the designer, Camilla van den Tempel, has crafted an atmosphere designed to promote relaxation, allowing guests to retreat and unwind. The design and colour scheme evoke a natural, serene ambiance, ranging from creamy tones to deep browns, accented by subtle hints of green. This palette complements the tranquil setting of the historical park, Øregårdsparken, situated opposite the hotel.

hotel guestroom with period windows and ceiling and contemporary cream and white furniture

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“We have invited nature inside and focused on craftmanship and details,”  commented leader of the design team, Camilla van den Tempel, about her design vision. ” Quality materials have been carefully selected, such as solid wood, genuine leather, marble, bronze glass, cobber, burnished brass, mohair, and other carefully selected fabrics. We believe that this combination cultivates a feeling of serene minimalism. Every aspect of Park Lane Copenhagen has been thoughtfully curated to provide guests with an unparalleled experience”.

The reimagined hotel will shelter 69 guestrooms, 48 as standard rooms, 10 executive rooms, five suites, four suite rooms, and two apartments. Prior to its official opening, the hotel has already been accepted into the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World community, and has been designed with both business and leisure guests in mind, which is reflected in the amenities, facilities, and personalised service provided.

Main image credit: Park Lane Copenhagen