Founded by Danish ballet dancer Alexander Kølpin in 2017, Hotel Sanders is a boutique hotel that reflects its opulent surroundings: the Royal Danish Theatre and the Opera House are both a stone’s throw from the front door. The heritage building, previously the decadent Hotel Opera, is a paean to Danish midcentury design, brought to life in a palette of olives, creams and ochre. With 54 rooms, it is a large property—but bespoke furniture and commissioned artworks give each space a personal touch. Hotel Sanders is also home to the elegant Tata cocktail bar and a rooftop conservatory—a plant-filled seating area where guests can enjoy breakfast in sun-flooded tranquility. Hotel Sanders Tordenskjoldsgade 15 1055 Copenhagen Denmark TwitterFacebookPinterest Related Stories Arts & Culture Issue 49 Checked Out Why is hotel art so boring? Arts & Culture City Guide The New York Edition A serene stay in the Flatiron District. Arts & Culture City Guide The Hoxton, Williamsburg A British bolthole in Brooklyn. Arts & Culture Issue 40 In Season Potable water meets palatable design. Arts & Culture Issue 38 Square Spaces On internet aesthetics. Arts & Culture Fashion Partnerships Issue 34 HaaT: Makiko Minagawa In partnership with HaaT, creative director Makiko Minagawa talks tradition, textiles and a half-century of collaborating with Issey Miyake.