Hotel Skt. Petri
Step into the grand lobby at Hotel Skt. Petri and you’ll immediately be captivated by cutting-edge Scandinavian design: the double-height atrium, a palette of deep grey and vivid greens, geometric-patterned floors, and striking statement pieces. This relaxed style extends into guestrooms, which are simple, yet luxurious, and into the garden courtyard, perfect for summer drinks. A restaurant serving up a Middle Eastern feast, expert concierge staff, and a fleet of bicycles for rent only add to the appeal.
- Sleep soundly in one of 288 tranquil guestrooms and suites
- Book a Meadow Theme Suite to play foosball, listen to jazz, or read books in your downtime
- Admire the dramatic design with classic pieces such as the iconic Platner side chairs
- Go for a run around the city on personally recommended local running paths
- Feast on wood-fired pizzas and drink a Tom Collins on warm evenings at the Garden Courtyard
- Located in the quirky Latin Quarter, you are moments away from culture, food, and entertainment
- Explore Copenhagen like a local by renting a bicycle from the hotel’s concierge
Hotel Skt. Petri is in Copenhagen’s cosmopolitan Latin Quarter, where the streets are lined with townhouses, historic buildings, boutiques, and cafés. Hop on a bicycle to join the stylish local commuters along the area’s bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly avenues, then retire to the hotel for dinner at the Garden Courtyard.
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Contemporary Scandinavian design, embellished with vibrant colors and astonishing attention to detail, is featured throughout the 288 guestrooms and suites at Hotel Skt. Petri. Furnishings are laid-back and original, including lamps by Portuguese luxury designer Boca Do Lobo. Suites are generously sized, with a sofa area and espresso machine, and some have an individualized theme — including a library suite perfect for bibliophiles and an art suite suitable for art aficionados.
Order room service for a lingering breakfast in bed, then liaise with the concierge to plan the perfect day in Copenhagen. The hotel’s impeccable staff offer restaurant reservations, bicycle rentals, and tips for exploring the city.
The cuisine at Hotel Skt. Petri is as cool and contemporary as the hotel’s interior design, with a restaurant, bar, and summer courtyard serving a mixture of finger foods, main meals, and desserts.
SKT. PETRI Restaurant – The hotel’s main restaurant has a casual-chic atmosphere and a menu of exquisite small plates and main meals with global influences. Try the marinated tuna with coriander, avocado, and crispy rice noodles.
Garden Courtyard – In summer months, the Garden Courtyard is the neighborhood’s hidden gem, attracting locals and tourists alike with fresh oven-baked pizzas and chilled glasses of wine.
Petri Bar – The lobby bar — with an airy terrace — is a spirited place to try classic cocktails and the mixologists’ imaginative creations.
Restaurant DADA – With a focus on Middle Eastern cuisine, DADA is Copenhagen's new mecca for social dining, wine, and cocktails. The restaurant celebrates the Arabian cuisine, stretching from the Mediterranean region in a wealth of color, fragrance, and flavor. DADA will seduce you, just like Scheherazade's Arabian Nights and make you return time and time again.
Go for an early morning workout in the fitness center, which has state-of-the-art equipment, fresh towels, bottles of water, and a sauna and steam bath. If you feel like exercising outdoors, the staff can recommend local running paths for a jog around the city. In the evenings, hang out in the lobby lounge where the bartenders can whip up your own personalized drink.
Copenhagen’s culture-rich streets, canals, and attractions are steps away from the hotel. You can also get to the museums and art galleries via bicycle. Head to the NY Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum to view exhibits about the Greek, Roman, and Etruscan empires. Then take a stroll along the canal to vibrant Nyhavn, with its restaurants and convivial atmosphere. The Danish Architecture Center is another pleasant way to spend an afternoon or take a taxi through Denmark’s picturesque countryside to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.
Hotel Skt. Petri
Hotel Skt. Petri is in Copenhagen’s lively Latin Quarter, close to many cafes, bars, and shops. This is a convenient central location, with The Round Tower a few blocks away, The National Museum of Denmark within a 10-minute walk, and Nyhavn less than 10 minutes away by bicycle.
Copenhagen Airport is 7.5 mi / 12 km from the hotel, around 20 minutes by car.
Nørreport Station is a five minute walk away, with a metro connecting to the airport. Copenhagen Central Station is a 15-minute walk away.