Coco Hotel was conceived by Cofoco, whose approach to quality, style and sustainability is embraced by locals and visitors alike. Cofoco has been a driving force on Copenhagen’s dining scene since 2004 with 17 restaurants across the city. Coco is her first attempt to convert her inimitable style into a hotel. The property is best described as a small Parisian-style hotel curated with a Copenhagen sense of space and time. The interior is a bespoke blend of modern and classic, vintage and new.
Copenhagen was once again named one of the “Friendliest Cities in the World” by Conde Nast Traveler this year. Travel & Leisure has named Coco Hotel the “Best Hotel in Copenhagen for 2022”. Combine these two factors and Copenhagen should be on your bucket list. If that’s not enough, Coco offers you an extra incentive as Cofoco offers guests 20% discount in all Cofoco restaurants as long as you book directly on the hotel’s website.
The parent company Cofoco owns 17 restaurants in total, including several in Vesterbro. So if you want to explore the area, you’ll find plenty to choose from in the family. It all started at Restaurant Cofoco, rustic and elegant, simple and complex, Danish ingredients prepared to shine the brightest.
host is the Danish word for harvest. As the name suggests, great Nordic ingredients and seasonal vegetables set the agenda at Høst – served with a sense of the rustic and elegant and always with great taste.
On Sankt Peders Stræde in the middle of Copenhagen’s old Latin Quarter you will find Vækst. Gastronomically, Vækst is based on fresh Nordic vegetables and herbs, but we still enjoy great steak, seafood and fresh fish.
dolphins (right a crossroads from Coco Hotel) brings the food and atmosphere of the Greek archipelago and southern Italy to the heart of Vesterbro. The restaurant’s extensive menu offers a varied selection of seafood and green dishes. Whole fish and shellfish are prepared on the large parilla grill. *Breakfast is also served for guests staying at Coco at Delphine, directly across from the hotel*
From locals sipping a glass of wine at the cozy tables on Værnedamsvej’s sidewalk, to the beautiful checkered floor and quintessentially French menu inside, Les Trois Cochons is like a quick visit to Paris. On the plate you will find great French products and specialties combined with the kitchen’s flair for classic cooking.
Sea meets land at Nørrebro’s ultimate neighborhood restaurant Oysters & BBQ. Dive into our oyster menu, shelled prawns, the many different types of mussels, crayfish, squid, ceviche, tartare or well-cooked meats. Add cocktails and plenty of champagne and you’re in for a great night.
Spuntino is like gathering family or a group of close friends around a table in an Italian backyard on a warm summer evening. Under the greenery and beautiful lights, you will be served many organic and local products, prepared in a classic Italian way and served on platters, family style. Feast on local vegetables, cured ham from a small town outside of Parma, our own freshly made linguine and organic beef. Simple, cozy and informal.
It all started in the bright basement restaurant in the heart of Vesterbro in 2004 and Restaurant Cofoco continues to be unique in our range of dining options. Both the food and the decor are full of contrasts; the rustic and the elegant, the simple and the complex. They start with great Danish ingredients and prepare them how they shine the brightest; in Danish, sometimes Mediterranean, sometimes with inspiration from far corners of the world.
Scarpetta Rantzausgade and Scarpetta Islands Brygge are modern and authentic restaurants. This means they base their dishes on classic Italian tastes and we’re always on the lookout for Italian ingredients that represent sides of Italy that most Copenhageners might not know.
Jah Izakaya & Sake Bar wants to broaden the culinary horizons in Copenhagen with real Japanese izakaya cuisine. Jah Izakaya & Sake Bar is also Copenhagen’s first real sake bar, with a wide range of classic sake as well as the wilder and unfiltered “natural sake”.
lama is one of the first restaurants in the region to draw on the flavors of the Latin American continent. Inspired by Peru, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile and just north of Mexico, the menu features ceviches, anticuchos, Uruguayan-style meats, tacos and a list of South American spirits. But Llama is unquestionably rooted in the Nordic region and aims to thoughtfully and meaningfully combine South American inspiration with Scandinavian products and recipes.
Lama After Hours every Friday and Saturday from 10pm to midnight with DJ and dancing at Copenhagen’s best cocktail bar.
When Italians sit down in an osteria, they expect a quick, honest and simple meal made from local produce and served with a carafe of good wine. It’s the same with vespa, our cozy and warm osteria in the middle of old Copenhagen. Menus are short, food served on platters and in small bowls for sharing.
at corsair They bake sourdough pizzas with a focus on the best organic ingredients from Italy and Denmark. Take them out or eat inside. Several restaurants also have a wide range of antipasti, so you can linger longer and enjoy a good glass of wine with your meal. (4 locations)
With its green courtyard and relaxed atmosphere Cafe Coco, at Coco Hotel offers an attractive and chic oasis in the heart of Vesterbro. Café Coco serves croissants and freshly brewed organic coffee and tea in the morning, light dishes and snacks from dinner, as well as selected organic and natural wines, beers, drinks and cocktails.
“Coco was founded with the belief that great hospitality can be beautiful, affordable and sustainable. With this opening, Cofoco is leaving the dining room to fill a gap in the Copenhagen hotel market,” says Christian Lytje.
Coco Hotel is Copenhagen’s newest 4-star sustainable boutique hotel, created by Cofoco, whose signature high-quality, stylish and sustainable approach is welcomed by both locals and visitors alike. Cofoco has been a driving force on Copenhagen’s food scene and hospitality offering since 2004, and Coco is their first attempt to convert their inimitable style into a hotel. The property is best described as a small Parisian-style hotel curated with a Copenhagen sense of space and time. The interior is a bespoke blend of modern and classic, vintage and new.
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Address: Coco Hotel, Vesterbrogade 41, 1620 Copenhagen V, Denmark