After serving as an electrical transformer station for the last 50 years, a 1963 Copenhagen building gets repurposed as the Hotel Herman K. The exterior remains nearly untouched, sporting its original metal grid facade. Upon entry, a towering lobby bar also showcases the structure's industrial past with exposed concrete walls and the existing terrazzo stairs. These authentic details intermingle with elements of modern Scandinavia design to form the first five-star hotel for the Brøchner group. The ground floor is also home to an additional lounge and the Nordic-inspired gastronomy restaurant Roxie. Rooms range from Tiny to the Penthouse Suite, each offering custom-made beds, private balconies, marble encased bathrooms, and an all-inclusive minibar.
Photos: Brøchner Hotels