The Mitaroy Copenhagen Hotel is a situated in a quaint and picturesque neighbourhood of Copenhagen, yet only 15 minutes away from the famous Nyhaven harbour.
Quietly tucked away from all the hustle and bustle of the Danish capital, the Latin Quarter is among the oldest districts in Copenhagen’s inner city (or “Indre By” in Danish) and gets its name from the Latin language that was originally spoken at the nearby university.
This colourful Bohemian section of the old town, just a stone’s throw away from the touristy Strøget pedestrian street, is home to a diverse, artistic community with a backdrop of eclectic architecture.
The Latin Quarter has a wide range of local restaurants, bars and cosy cafés where you can sample traditional delicacies in a quiet, romantic setting and a number of hip indie boutiques where you can shop for Danish souvenirs, crockery, glassware, art and clothing.
With its royal history, traditional architecture, typical Danish culture and design and an ever popular food scene ranging from streetside Smørrebrød to world class restaurants, the Mitaroy Copenhagen Hotel evokes a unique sense of Scandinavian flair…