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25hours Hotels to Double up in Copenhagen

The company will open its second property in Copenhagen, entitled 25hours Hotel Paper Island, in late July this year.

The eye-catching new build with its 128 rooms, Asian restaurant, day bar and rooftop bar is situated in the city centre on the island of Christiansholm, also known as Paper Island. For a long time, the headed-up island in Copenhagen harbour was used as a paper warehouse and was most recently the location of a well-known street food market. The Royal Opera House is located on the neighbouring island. Contrasting deliberately with the hustle and bustle of the city centre, the latest 25hours Hotel adopts the ambience of a quintessentially Danish summer home – with an unwavering focus on rest and recuperation.

The ensemble of buildings was planned by the local COBE architects, while the Swedish interior designers from Stylt Trampoli in Gothenburg lend the hotel its character. Despite its location at the heart of the city, the creative minds were clearly inspired by the special aura of the island location. People tend to associate islands with a sense of longing and a yearning for holidays. The unique blend of unspoilt nature and urban lifestyle served the team as inspiration for the hotel design, which reminds visitors of a stay in a Scandinavian holiday home.

Natural colours and materials are juxtaposed beautifully with the comings and goings of city life. But there is also a definite focus on nostalgic elements and collected objects that seem like a legacy of bygone ages with their very own tales to tell. The result is a hotel with 128 rooms, six with their own private outdoor areas. Room prices in the categories from Medium to Gigantic start at DKK 1,800 per night (including VAT, without breakfast). The ground floor of the 25hours Hotel Paper Island is home to function rooms for groups of up to 150.