Interior design

Hotel Sanders, Copenhagen

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Nestled in the historic centre on a quiet neighbourhood street, directly behind the Royal Danish Theatre, where Hotel Sanders’ owner Alexander Kolpin worked as principal dancer in The Royal Danish Ballet, the third oldest ballet company in the world (after French and Russian). Alexander Kolpin was considered the world’s best ballet dancer in 1993 when he was awarded the “Benoir Prize of Dance” and his illustrious career in the dance world continued before he retired to concentrate entirely on his hotel business.

 Entering Sanders is like stepping into a theatre. Guests will always remain centre stage, but the scenography and carefully curated interiors will be the elegant and exquisite backdrop for their experience.

 

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The London Edition Hotel

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 September 16th, 2013 – Ian Schrager rose to fame by co-founding the most legendary disco of the 20th century – Studio 54, and has since triggered a boutique hotel revolution with his groundbreaking designs and attention to service. The Hotelier’s recent collaboration with Marriott has led to the much awaited debut of The London EDITION hotel, which opened its doors for the first time on the 15th September 2013 with a glitzy soiree in respects to London Fashion Week. The opening of the sophisticated establishment will mark Schrager’s third EDITION hotel, which is located in a historic building in Fitzrovia, a leafy neighborhood that occupies central London.