New hotel on site of historic former Carlsberg brewery in Copenhagen

Hotel Ottilia in Carlsberg City District has 155 rooms and conference facilities for up to 200 people.

Danish hotel chain Brøchner Hotels has opened a new four-star boutique hotel in the former Carlsberg brewery buildings.

Hotel Ottilia invites guests to stay in an iconic location in the Danish capital, with the Carlsberg City District synonymous with one of Denmark’s most famous exports - Carlsberg beer.

The beer was brewed there from 1847-2008 in historic and now listed buildings.

Original architectural details of the industrial brewery buildings are preserved throughout, providing a contrast to luxurious furnishing and contemporary design.

In the original round tower of the brewery, guests can stay in exclusive suites, with large multi-sided turret-windows for great views of the surrounding area.

A Junior Suite 

Hotel Ottilia is the first hotel in the Carlsberg City District with 155 rooms, conference facilities and venue space for up to 200 people. It also has a spa, rooftop terrace overlooking Copenhagen, Italian restaurant Tramonto, and as you might expect, a bar.

The hotel is located next to Copenhagen Zoo, the Meat Packing District and Vesterbro, known for its vivid cultural scene a well as top bars and restaurants.

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