Landmark Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen features unique architecture
Meticulously designed by famed Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is positioned within walking distance of the well-known Tivoli Gardens and popular Strøget shopping district. This sleek Copenhagen hotel's 260 elegant guest rooms and suites are graced with Scandinavian accents and desirable amenities such as in-room mini bar and bathrobes. Elegant on-site dining options include the gourmet Alberto K restaurant on the 20th floor, which offers modern Danish cuisine with strong seasonal influences and unforgettable city views, and the Café Royal, which serves excellent meals with a cosy ambience. The full-service Royal Bar is an ideal place to enjoy a cocktail, coffee or a snack with friends. A 2,000-square-metre fitness centre features state-of-the-art exercise equipment with personal trainers available. Plan an event at the hotel’s large and diverse meeting facilities with auditoriums that can seat up to 300 delegates, as well as smaller meeting rooms for intimate groups.
The interior architect and designer Yasmine Mahmoudieh has tastefully decorated the hotel’s 257 rooms and three suites.
Most rooms offer a fantastic view over Copenhagen and all are equipped with everything you would expect when staying at an international five star hotel. An additional facility is High Speed Internet Access giving fast and reliable access to the Internet, your company's network, and e-mail.
If you stay in one of our Royal Club rooms, you are assured a fantastic view of the city, not least during breakfast, which is served in Alberto K at The Royal on the 20th floor.
The famous Room 606 has been maintained in the original décor. It is decorated in the original grey and greenish-blue colours and functions as an ordinary hotel room.
Several of the rooms are reserved for non-smokers.
Click on the links below the pictures to get detailed information about the facilities the different room categories offer.
Luxury Hotel Features Fine Dining at Two Copenhagen Restaurants
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel offers fine dining at two superb Copenhagen restaurants. Located on the hotel's 20th floor, Albert K at the Royal features an innovative fusion of Italian influences and Danish ingredients. Offering all-day dining in a casual atmosphere, Café Royal serves international cuisine and classic Danish dishes. The full-service Royal Bar offers an array of drinks and snacks.
Alberto K at The Royal Consistently rated among the top Denmark restaurants, Alberto K at the Royal features an impeccable menu and outstanding views of Copenhagen. This gourmet restaurant, which offers light and simple meals that combine Italian influences and Danish ingredients, features a design inspired by hotel architect Arne Jacobsen. Due to high popularity, reservations are strongly recommended.
Opening hours: Breakfast (Royal Club Rooms and Junior Suites only): 06:30 - 10:30 (Mon - Fri), 07:00 - 10:30 (Sat - Sun), 07:00 - 12:00 (Public holidays) Dinner: 18:00 - 00:00 (Mon-Sat, the kitchen closes at 22:00) The restaurant is closed Sundays and for lunch but can be opened on request for a group of 20 or more guests.
Alberto K is closed for breakfast and dinner from 18 December 2010 through 10 January 2011, with the exception of New Year's Eve dinner. Breakfast will be served in Restaurant Cafe Royal.
Café Royal This all-day restaurant is the ideal choice for an informal lunch, dinner or a snack. Enjoy classic Danish dishes and international cuisine while watching the bustling excitement of Copenhagen's city centre through panoramic windows at street level.
Special holiday opening hours: 07:00 - 12:00 (Dec 25-27 and Jan 1-3) The restaurant has normal opening hours for evenings on these days.
Tel: +45 3342 6053
Royal Bar The Royal Bar is the place to meet before or after dinner. Guests can enjoy a cup of coffee and the cake-of-the-day in between meetings or after a long day of sightseeing and shopping. The full-service bar showcases a wide selection of drinks, including the AJ cocktail named after hotel architect Arne Jacobsen.