Set in Copenhagen’s bohemian Latin Quarter, Hotel SP34 is one to pop on your list of places to stay when your next booking a trip to the design centric city. The vibrant neighbourhood boasts the coolest restaurants, vintage stores and bars with a buzzing atmosphere thanks to the university students who flock to the area. Don’t you just long for those uni days again….
You’ll find SP34 on Sankt Peders Stræde, a small street filled with design stores to worship in and a famous bike shop that seems to be a mecca for the middle aged men in lycra amongst us – oh and a must try pastry shop to get the blood pumping. The hotel also has a nearby garden, H.C Ørsteds Parken for you to take an early morning run with the locals if you don’t want to use the hotels gym – or take a picnic blanket in the middle of the day to lay back and people watch while imaging a life for yourself living in one of the worlds coolest cities.
Danish architect and designer Morten Hedegaard is responsible for the hotels ‘laid back look’ with a relaxed open plan living space, cozy library den and multi-purpose reception area that serves as both a check in station and a bar and cafe. Pale timbers, simple white bedlinen and opening windows in the 118 room hotel make staying here feel like you are a local – not a tourist.