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Hotel Herman K: New 5-star boutique hotel in the heart of Copenhagen

This June, Denmarks leading boutique hotel chain Brøchner Hotels opened the doors to a new 5-star luxury boutique hotel in an old transformer station at the most exclusive location in the centre of Copenhagen. Hotel Herman K is so much more than just a hotel and will, like the hotel chains other boutique hotels, put Copenhagen on the world map with its design, architecture, gastronomy, art and innovation.

Hotel Herman K is a new 5-star luxury boutique hotel that disrupts traditional hotel luxury. In addition to having Copenhagens best and most central location with neighbours such as the citys main shopping street, finest luxury boutiques, bars, restaurants as well as art museums, Hotel Herman K offers an unprecedented and unique hotel experience.

The converted transformer station from 1963 stands out with a facade of dark bronze slats and large glass doors that automatically draws attention to the lobby and bar with astonishing 12 meters to the ceiling. Here, the raw and unpolished architecture serves as a frame and canvas for a custom-designed art piece, hanging in the middle of the room, casting its living shadows around the lobby.

The contrasts between the hotels crude architecture and embracing interior and design, unites and reinforces each other at the same time. This can be seen in the 31 exclusive rooms and suites, which includes remarkable Duplex Suites and a Penthouse Suite with a 40 m2 private roof terrace. In the rooms the bathroom is stored like a gem inside an elegant white marble box, which stands in beautiful contrasts to the designer furniture, soft carpets and blankets.

Throughout the hotel, digital innovation is used to enhance the guest experience. Hotel guests can skip the key card and use their private mobile to unlock the door to their room or suite. When inside the room, guests can easily stream their own media content to the screen and speaker, just like we know from home.

All hotel guests are invited to Wine Hour – a signature concept at all Brøchner hotels. Taking the conceptual guest experience to new heights, Hotel Herman K introduces Night Cap Hour, where the hotels exclusive bar invites all hotel guests to settle the day in relaxing surroundings. Both Wine Hour and Night Cap Hour are of course on the house.

A new restaurant will open at Hotel Herman K and for this, the hotel has engaged in a partnership with the chef and people, that guaranteed the Nordic cuisine restaurant Kadeau two Michelin-stars. The restaurant will contribute with an exciting concept to the unique guest experience but also to the city, as the restaurant will also be open for guests from the outside.

Lise Egenius, former Hotel Manager at Brøchner Hotels award-winning boutique hotel Hotel SP34, has been selected Hotel Manager at Hotel Herman K and is looking forward to work with her excellent new team at the hotel chains first 5-star boutique hotel.

"Today luxury is individual. It is about originality, creating unique experiences and something unexpected. Therefore, at Hotel Herman K, we have redefined luxury, which includes the surroundings, the atmosphere and the service, focusing on the guest, providing a conceptual and unique hotel experience,"says Lise Egenius.

In 2014, Lise Egenius opened Hotel SP34, which is considered by many to be Copenhagens first luxury boutique hotel.

Brøchner Hotels is Denmarks leading boutique hotel chain. With a total of 368 rooms spread over four boutique hotels - Hotel SP34, Hotel Danmark, Avenue Hotel Copenhagen and Hotel Astoria - all with a unique and central location in Copenhagen, Brøchner Hotels offer a hotel experience with the guest in focus.

This has, among others, been acknowledged by Wallpaper*, Condé Nast Traveler, and European Hotel Design Awards (today AHEAD Awards), which has nominated several of Brøchners boutique hotels for different design and hotel awards and achievements.

Part of Brøchner Hotels strategy is to transform the city. Therefore, during the next two years, the company opens 2 new luxury boutique hotels in unexploited buildings in Copenhagen. In 2018, the new 5-star Hotel Herman K opens with 31 exclusive rooms and suites in an old transformer station in the heart of the city.

The following year, Hotel Ottilia opens in the Carlsberg City District as a 4-star+ boutique hotel in the iconic Carlsberg brewery buildings with 156 rooms, restaurant, bars, spa, conference facilities and rooftop terrace.

In addition, Brøchner Hotels will in 2019 open the companys first boutique hostel outside of Copenhagen in Aarhus, which, like the boutique hotels, focuses on the guest experience for all - hotel guests or not.