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The new Hotel 27 - Coming soon

Nova Møbler X Hotel Twentyseven presents

This year, Hotel Twentyseven is going through a lot of changes. At the beginning of the year, Hotel Twentyseven has gone from being a First hotel to an independent hotel; and as of recent, Hotel Twentyseven is also undergoing an exciting refurbishment.

The rooms of the hotel will be seeing a change from a rather minimalistic MUUTO design to a more authentically Danish intimate homey design. And the new interior decorators are the local furniture shop, Nova Møbler.

In this video we give you a taste of the new Hotel Twentyseven, starting with the room designs. 

The new changes will be taking the hotel in the direction of Danish design, inspired by the 50's & 60's, with a distinct intimate feel.

Ola Larsson, Hotel Twentyseven's Hotel manager shares some insight: "Hotel Twentyseven has a long history of housing guests and the location of the hotel couldn't be more Copenhagen. That's why I'm so happy that we have a collaboration with Nova Møbler from Nørrebro, they have a great understanding of Danish design and vintage furniture. We are in one of the toughest periods in history for our industry, but we are in a way lucky that we have the time to focus on details and find the right products for us and our guests. I'm looking forward to create a lively hotel with a big personality, where you feel you are in the center of Copenhagen. To focus on small local producers and of course open up our green garden again and fill it with live music and cocktails."

The hotel's guests will be able to experience the new room designs already as early as February! 

Be sure to stay tuned - Hotel Twentyseven is also getting a fresh new look - more on that in our next video.

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Nova Møbler is a furniture shop with its flagship store in Nørrebro established in 2003. They draw inspiration from the big Danish furniture designers from the 50's and 60's, while at the same time looking towards the more raw, rustic and Asian design as well. They enjoy experimenting and work a lot with recycled wood and reupholstering. 

 

 

 

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