“Say goodbye to boring chain hotels,” writes journalist Julie Vöge from the respected Danish daily, Politiken, and reports that boutique hotels which focus on history, local traditions and personality will rule in the future.
Boutique hotels focus on local traditions and history
“Boutique hotels are a special kind of hotels which gives their guests a unique experience. Typically the hotel has less than 100 rooms, the emphasis is on modern decor, which should preferably represent national, or even local, design, there will be a physical hotel shop, and there is room to spoil every single guest,” reports the leading Danish paper, Politiken.
They have interviewed hotel and travel agency managers abroad and in Denmark, and state that the future belongs to boutique hotels which focus on history, local traditions and personality.
“Avenue Hotel in Frederiksberg is one of the boutique hotels, which offer guests extraordinary experiences, like rollerblading tours through Copenhagen, DJ sessions in their lounge bar as well as designer bowls and velvet pillows for their canine guests,” adds Politiken.
The paper interviewed our CEO, Philip Viscovich, and quotes him for, among other statements, the following:
“Our guests are choosy and very conscious about quality. They have done their research on the social media, so they know they should have brunch at Granola on Værnedamsvej and that they can go ice skating in Frederiksberg Have in December.”
Philip Viscovich adds: “It is very important to our guests that theyre in tune with the local vibe and we help them fulfil this desire.”
More about boutique hotels
Read the rest of the article about boutique hotels and the interview with Philip Viscovich at Politiken (sorry, in Danish only).
Or book a room and experience the special atmosphere and service of a true Copenhagen boutique hotel at Avenue Hotel.