New hotels expected to open in 2021 include the 243-room Hotel Round Tower from 25Hours Hotels, located next to the city’s Rundetårn in a former porcelain factory with a private courtyard, wellness area and several restaurants.
We are also eagerly anticipating the opening of Book1 Aarhus, the city’s new centrally located design hostel, and Copenhagen’s new sustainable luxury hotel, Villa Copenhagen, both due to open in 2020, but now expected to open a little later.
Camp Adventure has opened its grounds for glamping and has a series of yurts in the woodlands around the tower. Their first summer for international visitors will be in 2021.
Looking further ahead
Copenhagen will be the UNESCO World Capital of Architecture in 2023. This new title is given to the city chosen by the International Association of the World Congress of UIA and will highlight the city's architectural ambitions as a sustainable world city. The year of celebration will begin in July.
Cloud City is now due to open in Aalborg in 2023, a project transforming an Aquavit distillery into a cultural centre with the world's largest works in glass, designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG). The exclusive art and entertainment district will have the world's largest artwork (30 meters high) by Tomás Saraceno, plus an art center, Summerbird 3-storey organic chocolate factory with entrance, regional theater, gourmet restaurants and boutique hotels. It builds on Aalborg’s strong modern architecture scene.