Jan 262012
 

Denmark’s capital has another sleek, chic place to sleep. This new venue has big ideas, even if some rooms are tiny.
First impressions of Ibsens Hotel were mixed. After a long train journey, we arrived expecting to find a newly refurbished hotel. However, the façade was still tattered, complete with its name in bawdy red neon lights, recalling the run-down two-star joints you find in the insalubrious areas of any city. Then we were told the hotel was too busy to honour our confirmed booking for adjoining rooms for the children. Were we in the right place?
This article was published in the Independent On Sunday on 22 January. Read it here.

  •  26 January 2012