Brøchner to open Copenhagen hotel in January 2019

George Sell By George Sell
22 November 2018 | Updated 22 November 2018

Denmark: Brøchner Hotels will open a luxury boutique hotel in the former Carlsberg brewery buildings in mid-January 2019.

The design of Hotel Ottilia reinterprets the industrial architecture in innovative ways, as the original and unpolished architectural details of the industrial brewery buildings are preserved throughout, providing an intriguing contrast to luxurious furnishing and contemporary design.

In the original round tower, guests can stay in exclusive suites with large multi-sided turret-windows. The rooms and suites combine "extravagant features with the raw industrial and original elements".

Hotel Ottilia offers a digital hotel stay via the guests' private mobile device. Also, content viewed on any mobile device, can easily be streamed to the screen in the room.
More than just a hotel for guests and locals

Hotel Ottilia is the first hotel in the Carlsberg City District with 155 rooms, conference facilities and venue space for up to 200 people, bars, a new spa and bath concept, a rooftop terrace overlooking Copenhagen with both in- and outside seating in the new Italian restaurant.

The district is going through an urban renewal where new architecture is mixed with historic buildings and gardens, all of which are part of Copenhagen's history. In addition, Hotel Ottilia is located next to Copenhagen Zoo, the Meat Packing District and Vesterbro, known for its vivid cultural, bar and restaurant scene.

Karim Nielsen, CEO at Brøchner Hotels, said: "We are very aware, that the buildings we are creating Hotel Ottilia in, is a part of Danish history. As an authentic boutique hotel commands, we bring the history of the buildings into the design of the hotel. The grain silos and industrial elements is incorporated in the interior and is essential to the new purpose and story of the buildings and the hotel. We are creating unique hotels and experiences that reinvent the hotel stay, and in our opinion the Carlsberg City District is one of the most unique areas in Copenhagen. Hotel Ottilia offers both guests and locals a one-of-a-kind experience in many ways, as this hotel is much more than just a hotel,"

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