Luxury hotel holiday Hotel Ottilia Copenhagen

The Hotel Ottilia is located in the centre of the vibrant new Carlsberg City District in Copenhagen. Formerly the site of the Carlsberg brewery, the hotel combines the industrial elements visible in social areas and hotel rooms with a modern décor to create a trendy yet sophisticated atmosphere. Indulge in the wonderful addition of the rooftop terrace which contains an Italian restaurant and a gin bar and enjoy the daily Wine Hour for hotel guests after a day of exploring from this convenient location. The Hotel Ottilia is the perfect base for either a short stopover or a longer stay in Denmark’s buzzing capital.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flight from London to Copenhagen return economy
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Choice of upgrades available – rooms and flight

Luxury bespoke hotel holidays to the Hotel Ottilia Copenhagen, Denmark

The Hotel Ottilia is a trendy design hotel in the centre of the new Carlsberg district in Copenhagen. Smart, modern rooms, rooftop terrace with restaurant and bar, and a fitness centre.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 4

Location In the centre of the Carlsberg district of Copenhagen

Annual opening All year

Closest airport Copenhagen

Distance from airport About 15 minutes by taxi

Closest railway station Copenhagen Central

Distance from railway station 10 minutes by taxi

Hotel facilities and services

Restaurant, bar, 24-hour reception, luggage room, room service, 24-hour lobby bar, bike rental, safe, breakfast restaurant, daily cleaning.

Out and about nearby

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark. Within its historic city centre you will find the Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the Danish royal family. Witness the daily changing of the guard and explore the museum exhibiting the lives and traditions of the monarchy. Another major attraction is the SMK National Gallery of Denmark, displaying Danish and foreign art dating from the 14th century to the present day. The National Museum’s exhibits stretch back to the Stone Age, whilst the Glyptoteket art museum displays ancient and modern artwork in unique surroundings. The peaceful botanical gardens at the centre of the city display more than 13,000 species of plants.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Standard double room for 5 nights

From about

£960

Holiday Code EXH46373

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke hotel holidays to the Hotel Ottilia Copenhagen, Denmark

Room descriptions

The Hotel Ottilia has 155 rooms and suites, all equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi, HD TV, coffee and tea facilities and room service.

Small double 16-23sqm
Standard double/twin 23-25sqm
Superior double 29-34sqm
Suite 30sqm
Loft suite 50-54sqm

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Standard double room for 5 nights

From about

£960

Holiday Code EXH46373

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke hotel holidays to the Hotel Ottilia Copenhagen, Denmark

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to the Hotel Ottilia, Copenhagen, we include a scheduled flight from London to Copenhagen. From Copenhagen airport to the hotel it takes about 15 minutes by car. We can arrange for the hotel to collect you at a supplementary charge, or you can take a taxi.

Holiday price guide Sample prices are per person based on two people sharing a Standard double room for 5 nights

From about

£960

Holiday Code EXH46373

The prices displayed here are a guide only. Each holiday price will be tailor-made at the time of booking to reflect all actual costs including up-to-date special offers.

Luxury bespoke hotel holidays to the Hotel Ottilia Copenhagen, Denmark

Highlights of Denmark

The rugged landscape of Skagen’s beaches are the perfect location to revel in the other-worldly beauty of Denmark’s northernmost region, seeing first-hand the inspiration for painters throughout history. Explore the ancient monuments and stories from the Viking Age, in particular at Fyrkat and Lindholm Hoje. South of here you will find the port city of Aalborg, which marks the start of fjord country and has a historic town centre. For a more immersive experience, the town of Ribe in Southern Jutland is Denmark’s oldest and harks back to the Viking Ages with its mediaeval architecture and 1300-year history. Southern Jutland is also a popular spot for families with Legoland offering colourful characters, rides and shows. To experience more of the natural beauty of Denmark, Southern Zealand to the east of Jutland is home to imposing cliffs and beautiful beaches, interposed with majestic castles and ruins such as those in Koge and Vordingborg, the latter of which was the capital of the Valdemar dynasty during the 12th century and was an important staging post for military expeditions during this period. For relatively untouched areas head to the islands of Lolland and Falster to the south which are more rural in character and offer miles of beaches and woodland. To the north, some of the most impressive royal castles in the country can be found amongst port towns with remnants of the Viking empire: Kronborg was the setting for Hamlet and has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. On the east coast of Zealand is the capital of Copenhagen. This modern and progressive city is known for being one of the most cycle-friendly cities in the world, and this provides a wonderfully relaxed way of nagivating the green spaces, art galleries and designer stores that line the streets. The Amalienborg Palace has been the residence of the Danish royal family for centuries, and today houses a museum featuring exhibits on the lives of the monarchy and their traditions. Other popular museums include the SMK National Gallery and the National Museum, whose exhibits stretch back to the Stone Age.

Cultural highlights of Denmark

Denmark’s capital of Copenhagen is home to a plethora of world-class art galleries and museums. The Statens Museum for Kunst (National Gallery) is Denmark’s largest art gallery and features works from Danish artists such as Constantin Hansen, as well as foreign art from well-known names such as Picasso. The Design Museum celebrates the history of applied arts and industrial design, while the Glyptoteket art museum displays ancient and modern artwork in unique surroundings, in particular the central conservatory, which contains exotic flora, towering palms and bewitching sculptures. The National Museum meanwhile provides an insight into Denmark’s rich history and culture, ranging from the Stone Age to Viking treasures to mediaeval art. The botanical gardens in the centre of the city display more than 13,000 species of plants, and the popular Tivoli Gardens is adored by the Danes, comprising part theme park, part cultural venue with extensive gardens and many dining options. Out of the capital city, there are a number of equally worthy museums and art galleries, in particular the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, which features modern masterpieces all set against the backdrop of the Øresund Sound. The city of Aarhus is known for its vibrant cultural attractions and contains a multitude of museums, not least the Vikings Museum and the ARoS Art Museum, whose collection ranges from the Golden Age to the present day.

Facts in brief

Capital Copenhagen
Airport Copenhagen Kastrup is the main transport hub but Billund, Aalborg, Aarhus, Esbjerg and Sønderborg all receive international flights.
Size 16,577 sq miles
Population 5.8 million
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