Bryggernes Plads 7, 1799 Copenhagen V
Saturday and Sunday 10-17
- Hoist / ramp / level access to the front door
- Level access in the building / site (no stairs)
- Level access to outdoor areas
- Accessible restroom
- Locked doors can be opened from the outside in case of emergency
- Chairs or benches to rest on
- Possible to eat / drink
- Disabled parking
- Member of Solsikkesnoren
- Member of God adgang
Come to Open House in the new Carlsberg City urban district and experience the old brewery that has been transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel. Find inspiration in the unique interiors and admire the view of one of Copenhagen’s newest urban districts from the hotel’s rooftop terrace.
The famous Carlsberg elephants stand guard outside this luxurious hotel in historic surroundings. Hotel Ottilia is Brøchner Hotels’ luxury boutique hotel in Carlsberg City, situated in two iconic buildings that were once part of the Carlsberg Brewery. For an interesting experience, take a look inside Hotel Ottilia, where original elements from the area’s history as a brewery are supplemented by furnishings hand-selected for the unique location.
Luxury Hotel in Historical Surroundings
Hotel Ottilia comprises 155 rooms and suites, common areas such as Dipylon Hall, a rooftop terrace, an Italian restaurant, a gym, conference facilities and a spa.
Mette Fredskild and Morten Hedegaard created the interior design, transforming the old brewery buildings into an extraordinary hotel that opened its doors to guests in 2019.
View of Carlsberg City
Hotel Ottilia’s location in Carlsberg City ensures a distinctive, historical energy combined with the bustle of a new urban district, with local design shops, cafés, restaurants, and hip Vesterbro just around the corner.
The industrial look of the former brewery buildings has been retained, while the old structures have been given new life – with an added touch of modern luxury.
During Open House, you’re invited to visit one roome in the hotel, as well as the conference hall and rooftop terrace, which are normally reserved for hotel guests and staff. And of course, you can enjoy the view over the thriving new urban district.