The nearest airport to Hotel SKT. Annæ is Kastrup Airport (CPH-Kastrup).
Taxa: 15 – 20 minutes
Metro to Kongens Nytorv: 15 minutes
For more information, see WWW.CPH.DK
The hotel is located on a one-way street: Sankt Annæ Plads 18, 1250 Copenhagen K.
It is possible to park your car in the nearby underground car park at Sankt Annæ Plads.
Hotel guests get the 24 hour parking at a discounted price of 275 DKK. Guests simply park the car and buy the payment ticket afterwards at the reception. Payment is done when leaving the car park.
If you arrive at Copenhagen Central Station, you can take Bus 66 to “Skuespillerhuset/Sankt Annæ Plads” or Bus 1A towards Hellerup station to the stop “Amalienborg”. With both buses, there is a short walk to the hotel. Both routes take about 15 minutes.
If you arrive at Nørreport Station, we suggest that you take the Metro one stop to Kongens Nytorv. From here there is a small walk of about 600 meters. Overall about 10 minutes
Hotel SKT. Annæ has a perfect and central location in the pulsing heart of Copenhagen, near the cozy Nyhavn area (New Harbor). This water passage is from the 17th century, and was an area where the sailors came to have fun. Today it is still a popular and lively area, where many small cafes and restaurants are placed side by side in the unique, picturesque and colorful houses along the quayside.
The hotel has a lot of prominent neighbors. To name a few are the Royal Palace Amalienborg, the Royal Theater, the citadel of Frederiksstaden and The Little Mermaid. Besides that, you will find yourself at the main shopping street, Strøget, only hundred meters walk from the hotel’s doorstep.
From Kongens Nytorv the metro runs every other minute, and a lot of the central bus routes and bus stops are close by.
The hotel reception will always be at your service if you need help finding your way, or if you want more information on close by attractions.
Hotel SKT. Annæ is located in the historical citadel of Frederiksstad, which is the area around The Royal Palace, Amalienborg. The hotel have been named after its residential street, Sankt Annæ Plads. The plaza consists of two one way streets with a green oasis in the middle. The whole plaza is newly renovated with playgrounds, petanque, flower beds and benches. Even though your are in the busy city center of Copenhagen, this green wedge is a peaceful space.
The street entrance at Bredgade is marked by a bronze statue of King Christian X. He was the king of Denmark from 1912 until his death in 1947. This monument was established to honor his leadership and bringing the Danish people together during World War II.
At the other end of the street, the plaza opens up to a wooden bridge and Copenhagen Harbor. Here you can enjoy the view to the Opera House, the small inner harbor’s bridges and the Play House. In the Summer time, lots of cultural events are taking place here and there is a breath of life, warmth and happy atmosphere. The Winter is not boring either. Among other things, you can experience saunas, hot tubs and winter bathing.