New Eco-Luxury Hotel, Villa Copenhagen Opens In Denmark
By : | July 29, 2020

Villa Copenhagen, one of Europe’s most anticipated luxury hotel opened in July in a historic 1912 post office building.

London-based Universal Design Studio has designed 381 of the guest rooms and suites of Villa Copenhagen, along with grand staircases, some public areas and hallways. Luxury interior design house, Goddard Littlefair, also based in London, were called in to accentuate the historical aspects of the building and its architecture while also introducing contemporary Nordic designs.


The interiors firm has drawn inspiration from 19th century Danish painter Wilhelm Hammershoi and has honored the old Europe charm expressed in the architectural heritage of the building coupled with a contemporary setting. Rooms feature high ceilings, herringbone floors, gold accents and original window designs from 1912.

All rooms will have flatscreen TVs with streaming access, complimentary coffee machines, and minibars.

Determined to make a difference in the world Villa Copenhagen has made a lot of sustainable decisions throughout the process of building and designing the hotel. Crowning the hotel, the rooftop is home to a bar and a sustainable lap pool.

Spread across five floors, accommodations reach a luxurious peak with the two-story Universal penthouse suite. Linked by a spiral staircase, the suite features a lounge space in addition to its master bedroom. Danish architect Eva Harlou also contributed to the property by crafting the fully sustainable Earth suite, which comprises recycled materials and textiles.

Villa Copenhagen lives by the values of conscious luxury and takes full responsibility for their environmental footprint.

Images Courtesy – Villa Copenhagen