Sneak Peek: Hotel d’Angleterre, Copenhagen, Denmark

Following a two-year renovation, the Hotel d’Angleterre in Copenhagen, Denmark, has reopened. While the nearly 260-year-old hotel’s ornate architecture remains, its original 123 rooms have been converted into 90 larger rooms (from about $450 to $7,630), including 60 suites. The property’s restaurant, Marchal, is led by the chef Ronny Emborg, who earned a Michelin star at AOC. The hotel also has a wine bar, a Champagne bar, and a spa and gym; the swimming pool opens in August. (+45.3312.0095, www.dangleterre.dk)

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