The Audo: Hotel in Copenhagen
A hotel, restaurant, café, concept store, library, and artist’s residence all the same time, The Audo is the hybrid hangout you won’t want to miss in Copenhagen.
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In the industrial district of Nordhavnen, a growing area located near the harbor in Copenhagen, Denmark, The Audo (abbreviation of the Latin phrase Ab Uno Disce Omnes) is a minimalist hybrid space, designed by Norm Architects in collaboration with Menu. In a renovated neo-baroque building whose facades have been preserved, it brings together a hotel residence, a restaurant, a café, a concept store, a library and a collaborative work space. The Audo is a hotel concept inspired by Scandinavian design, comfort, and aesthetics. Nestled on the top floor, the Audo Residence is a 10-room hotel offering sober and cosy loft-style retreats. Each room is uniquely decorated and furnished with oak parquet flooring, exposed ceiling beams, slanted ceilings and sunken windows. Each room is decorated in a palette of earthy colors with beige and gray tones. The rooms are fitted with wooden and leather headboards and the Menu brand’s range of furniture, lighting and home accessories. The bathrooms are designed with Italian shower or bathtub, matte black or brass taps, and equipped with Aesop brand toilet accessories. Breakfast is served at the Audo Café. The brasserie-style Audo restaurant celebrates a culinary concept that is both contemporary and casual. The concept store serves dually as a gallery, offering a selection of high-end designer products. There is also a library lounge area with velvet sofas and comfortable stools to kick back and relax. The courtyard, connected to the restaurant and the concept store, provides a beautiful outdoor setting.
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Double room from 374 € per night during low season.