Launched on November 1, the Sanders hotel’s latest addition to White Line Hotel’s eclectic collection of hotels captures the bohemian elegance and mingling of Copenhagen’s cultural scene. From bespoke furnishings, commissioned floral prints to designer service wear, design is at the forefront of all Sanders has to offer.

Owner Alexander Køplin, once principal dancer at the Royal Danish Ballet, has created a boutique-luxury hangout with theatrical cool running through it. Working in conjunction with London-based architect and interior design team LIND + ALMOND, who have worked for some of the most iconic architecture and design bureaux – Anouska Hempel Design, Dixon Jones Architects, Soho House and Conran + Partners.

The newest White line Hotel is situated at the axis of cultural heritage and the royal alchemy of Copenhagen, with notable neighbours. The curb-side bar Tata is complete with intimate velvet elegance, heritage tones and courts both the creative scene as well as the performers of close-by Royal Theatre for a little post show rendezvous.

Very much like a guest’s stay at Sanders, the dining experience has the essence of being a deliberately casual affair of total deliciousness. A more convivial menu of deli heritage means you can grab a light bite as much as a hearty twist on Copenhagen’s classic culinary delights. The Rooftop Conservatory is an architectural triumph in luxury design pitched overlooking the rooftops of Copenhagen.

White Line Hotels work across multiple channels bringing a new kind of luxury travel experience to a discerning audience. Showcasing hidden gems and extraordinary places handpicked by Founder Iain Ainsworth.

“Sanders, Copenhagen has the ability to act has a bustling Townhouse while also feature as a beautiful retreat. An exciting addition to Copenhagen showcasing the latests in culture and design” (Iain Ainsworth, Founder of White Line Hotels)

The collection of hotels channels a vibe of yin and yang, offering a variety of experiences from feasting on fresh olives in a period Italian farmhouse to sipping cocktails in a chic city hotel bar. Hotel star ratings, size, or a check list of services are of little importance: it’s more about original artworks, the jams and cheeses at breakfast from the local farm – crafted touches that inspire and distinguish. These places are heart-warming and inspiring, where the owner has clearly carved out a place that reflects their story.

A stay at Sanders starts from £364 for a double room including breakfast, Sanders mini bar, WiFi and VAT.