Avenue Hotel in Copenhagen was awarded “Best Small Hotel in Denmark 2011” by International Hotel Awards in association with Bloomberg Television in London on 18 January 2012.
The five-stars were awarded to a small number of outstanding hotels throughout Europe and goes to prove that Avenue Hotel’s emphasis on the personal touch and the avenue feeling has won recognition on an international level.
The avenue feeling wins International Recognition
”We are very happy, honoured and proud to have been awarded the title “Best Small Hotel in Denmark”,” says Mai Kappenberger, General Manager at Avenue Hotel.
“The prestigious and sought-after award proves that our emphasis on the personal touch and the very special avenue feeling wins acclaim on an international level.”
Mai Kappenberger accepted the award on behalf of the Avenue Team at a gala dinner in London on Wednesday 18 January.
Gastronomy, Fashion and Design in Copenhagen
“The number of guests who stay at Avenue Hotel for a “City Break” is rapidly increasing,” says Mai Kappenberger, “many of our guests come to Copenhagen to enjoy the city’s unique take on gastronomy, fashion and design.”
The charming and welcoming atmosphere at Avenue Hotel has been created by architect Michael Mammen, who has also designed some of the most popular restaurants in Copenhagen.
Avenue Hotel is a member of the unique network Mr & Mrs Smith, which represents boutique hotels all over the world, as well as White Line Hotels, the first hotel network in the world to market its members exclusively through social medias.
International Hotel Awards in association with Bloomberg Television
The International Hotel Awards evolved from the International Property Awards, established 18 years ago, its award winners’ logo is recognised as a symbol of excellence throughout the global industry.
The first ever international five-stars have been awarded to a small number of outstanding hotels across Europe. Winners of the inaugural European Hotel Awards in association with Bloomberg Television were revealed at a high profile presentation dinner at Savoy Hotel in London on 18 January.