Billed as Copenhagen's first luxury boutique hotel, Sanders captures the essence of the past adopting a theatrical prose mixed with Paris's flair, eccentricity of England, and Danish design cool. The hotel Sanders is all about modern townhouse vibe, luxury without the fuss, and a clever design narrative. Already flagged as the new mingling hub of Copenhagen’s cultural scene, expect plush boutique salons decked in lavish crushed velvets and rare Murano chandeliers, beautifully handsome rooms & suites, bespoke furnishings, and commissioned artworks by the talented Lydia Cowpertwait of Dais Contemporary create the scene of visual eye candy.
Situated in the historic center of Copenhagen, just behind the Nyhavn Canal, guests are a stroll away from the royal residences of Amalienborg Palace, the old stage of the Royal Theatre, Christiansborg Palace, and the Royal Danish Opera. Lining the neighborhood’s cobbled lanes, guests will find countless quality restaurants, contemporary art galleries, museums, and world-class shopping. The hotel will create genuine experiences both within the hotel walls and around Copenhagen.
Accommodations - Comprised of 54 luxurious rooms, each is singular in their style and design. A variety of accommodations have been created to suit the needs of every guest. Single Coupé rooms are inspired by a bygone era of luxury train cabins where guests will find comfort and luxury within the intimate space. Sanders Apartments offer the utmost privacy at the opposite end of the spectrum and are generously spacious with separate lounge seating and open fireplaces.
Dining- Eating at Sanders is an informal affair with a crisp street-side eatery with a cute walled garden, and opposite is the draped lounge bar Tata - which faces the stage doors of the Theatre across the street. The crowning glory is a fabulously creative rooftop conservatory set to become the town’s social magnet for those in the know. The Sanders' bedroom design has been pleasingly determined by the building, a bespoke mantra in furnishings that makes each of the seven hotel categories feel utterly distinctive. Dining at Sanders is a deliberately casual affair of total deliciousness. Opting for a more convivial menu of deli heritage, you can grab a light bite as much as a hearty twist on Copenhagen’s classic table stars.
Sanders Kitchen brings you classic dishes from all over the world, beautifully created with local organic produce and served in the comfortable, homey residence. The carefully curated wine selection has been chosen from favorite winemakers and vineyards to satisfy various palates. You can enjoy the food in the Kitchen, under the stars at the Roof Terrace, or in front of a fireplace on the outdoor terrace. Pair it with drinks from TATA, and their own beer or some of the handpicked treasures from the wine cellar.
''Tata Cocktail Bar'' - Since 1932, the historic Royal Danish Theatre has had a performer whose name and importance is known only to the performers; the red velvet curtain Tata. Every night she sets the stage for the shows at the theatre, and is an homage to that, the cocktail bar is named after her. Tata's cocktail bar will provide a backdrop to the guests, just like the luxurious velvet curtain does for the theatre performers. Like at the theatre, TATA will create a space with vintage charm that feels intimate and seductive, comfortable and playful. The menu features classic cocktails that have stood the test of time, served by bartenders who know their trade. In fact, they know it so well that they will surprise you with unexpected twists on the classics. A small selection of handpicked wines, bar snacks, non-alcoholic drinks, and their own beers are available.
The lovely glass covered Roof Terrace on the fifth floor with a tranquil atmosphere and nothing but blue sky above you. A trendy scene due to its impeccable location and natural light. A preferred choice for private events and celebrations.
The Courtyard is thoughtfully decorated with greenery and hand-picked furniture, creating an inviting oasis in the heart of Sanders. This inner sanctuary is covered during the colder months, and in the summer, you can enjoy the oasis in the open air.
Entering the hotel, you’ll find The Living Room with brimming bookshelves and an open fireplace. Here you can hang out and experience this friendly heart of the hotel and watch the comings and goings of visitors as you enjoy a coffee or cocktail.