Sanders captures the essence of the past adopting a choreographed scene an essence of muted luxury that resonates as both imaginative and authentic evoking as luxurious atmosphere.

Already flagged as the new mingling hub of Copenhagen’s cultural scene, expect plush boutique salons, beautifully handsome rooms & suites, bespoke furnishings, and commissioned artworks by the talented Lydia Cowpertwait of Dais Contemporary. Sanders was founded by former professional ballet dancer Alexander Kølpin in partnership with his dad and is located just around the corner from the Royal Danish Ballet. The whole setting of the hotel is rooted in a theatrical experience design in a high-end low-key style where the human-being behind the guest is in focus. The staff are recruited by personality, trained in accommodating all kinds of requests and questions, and even the uniforms are specially designed by Older Paris in relaxed organic draping.

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. Drawing its name from a secret from behind the scenes in The Royal Theatre, TATA is the nickname of the red curtains that are drawn every night before and after a show.

The crowning glory is a fabulously creative rooftop conservatory that is set to become the town’s social magnet for those in the know. 

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