Anne’s pick of a hotel was brilliant. It left us in one of the most beautiful parts of Copenhagen. We loved the glorious facades along the wharf in old Nyhavn that we still often see in magazines or on the web.
Our “home” street, Nyhavn, runs along Nyhavn harbor.
Home was the 71 Nyhavn Hotel, right at the end of the street, with canal on two sides.
Our 4-star hotel had been converted from a warehouse. The hotel room was the smallest we’ve ever known, but we were on the water and minutes from everything — even on foot.
The water’s edge drew an enormous crowd throughout our stay.
True to the city’s maritime roots, a ship’s anchor marks the beginning of Nyhavn street.
All Copenhagen seemed to come to Nyhavn in the glorious sun.
The wharf was a good site for a date.
Ten days of festive atmosphere outdoors along the canal was inspired by what locals told us was the best weather for early June in 25 years.