While destination is certainly at the top of the list when it comes to travel, accommodations shouldn’t be too far behind. After all, where you sleep is a pretty big part of any trip. And if you’re headed to Denmark and staying in the capital of Copenhagen – a beautiful European destination if there ever was one – then you should at least consider staying at the stunning Hotel Herman K.
Formerly an electrical transformer station operating for the last half-century, the building’s industrial facade is largely unchanged – looking a bit like something you might find in Gotham City. And that extends to the inside too, with exposed concrete walls, generous slabs of white marble, and one of the most gorgeous hotel bars we’ve ever seen. Of course, if you ever want to get some fresh air, some of the more premium rooms also have rooftop patios that will allow you to take in the sights and sounds of the surrounding city. Prices per night start at $570.
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