Scenes from our visit to Copenhagen in January 2017.
For part of our stay, we wanted to 'live like locals' in an Airbnb. Our Danish host made us feel very welcome in this cozy and centrally located pied-à-terre where we stayed.
On a cold midweek day in January we made a pilgrimage to Grundtvigs Kirke and enjoyed the church to ourselves. Humble furnishings and glorious natural daylight fill the interior of this northern church, built between 1927 and 1940.
Bent plywood and leather pillows serve as comfortable headboards for each visitor at SP34, a modern hotel in an historic building. It is centrally located in the Latin Quarter of Copenhagen. Plaster walls and custom lighting are just a few of the details that make the stay so hospitable.
Large wooden windows and a custom concrete and steel counter make the morning ablution unforgettable. Beneath your feet, radiant heating keeps you warm from the Copenhagen chill in January. Simple white tiles with black grout give the bathroom a modern, graphic feel.