A hotel room is not just for sleeping. It is also a place to enjoy and have a nice time. Therefore it is important that hotels live up to your dreams and whises to your accommodation in Aarhus. Rest assured, you can stay in perfect comfort at the city's different hotels near to the woods and beaches, or in the city centre and indulge yourself in the large number of cultural events, cafés and restaurants your can enjoy in Aarhus.
City design hotel back in Aarhus
Comwell Aarhus is located in the very heart of the city close to the Central Station and the Bruuns Galleri. The hotel's interior design is in a unique Danish style by HAY, a widely recognized Danish designer firm creating classic Danish design with a modern twist, which is the recurring theme in all the ultra-modern rooms at Comwell Aarhus. Pick any room and it will have a view over the city, harbour, woods, or the beach.
All rooms are with a view over the woods and the beaches
The Marselis Hotel-Aarhus is situated beautifully right on the sea front. At this unique location the Marselis Hotel-Aarhus offers perfect peacefulness and recreation with the nearby, gentle, lapping of the waves outside. It is next to the woods, at a comfortable distance from the hustle and bustle of city life, yet only 10 minutes from Aarhus city centre.
The beautiful natural surroundings provide the guests with a wealth of opportunities for outdoor activity. You can go jogging or strolling in the woods, rent a sea kayak and go out on the water, or jump on a bike and take on the challenges of the woodland terrain. Wellness treatments are also offered at the hotel.
City hotel in Aarhus
The Scandic Aarhus City is situated in Østergade in the centre of Aarhus. This superb central location in the city means easy walking distance from shopping precincts and attractions, including the 'Den Gamle By' (the Old Town Museum) and the ARoS Art Museum with the spectacular work of art 'Your Rainbow Panorama' on the museum roof. Immediately outside the hotel is the pedestrianised high street 'Strøget' with its many shops and the Magasin du Nord and Salling department stores. From the top of the five-storey hotel there is an unrivalled view of the city, including excellent views of ARoS Art Museum, Aarhus Harbour, the woods and the beaches.
Radisson BLU Scandinavia Hotel Aarhus is a four-star hotel which together with the Scandinavian Congress Center provides the setting for one of Denmark's very best, centrally located, hotel and conference centres. The hotel is beautifully situated next to ARoS Art Museum, Concert Hall Aarhus, and the grand City Hall designed by the architect Arne Jacobsen. Here you will find everything within walking distance from shopping precincts and attractions.
At the City Hotel Oasia you can just lean back and let the staff spoil you while enjoying the elegantly discreet luxury, clean lines, and Scandinavian design. With a restaurant serving breakfast, and a bridal suite, City Hotel Oasia is appointed with international-class design furniture.
Uniquely located in the very heart of Aarhus, you have everything the city has to offer within easy reach. Hotel Ritz was built in 1932 and modernised in 2014, and over the years it has been one of the best known and most popular hotels in Aarhus. From the moment you step inside you cannot help but feel the particularly charming atmosphere which has always been the hotel's brand.
Stay at a hotel in one of the best locations in the city, close to Aarhus Cathedral, the Aarhus Theatre, and the charming 'Latin Quarter' with its atmospheric cobblestone lanes. CABINN Aarhus Hotel was rebuilt in 2015, and it is located only a few minutes’ walk away from the pedestrianised high street and its many shops, and with the vibrant café life along the Aarhus river immediately outside.
Aarhus has several attractions that are renowned internationally. Den Gamle By – The Old Town Museum which holds 3 stars in The Michelin Guide, ARoS Aarhus Art Museum with Your rainbow panorama on top ... and a lot more.
Gastronomy in Aarhus is of the highest order, and the creative gourmet chefs are second to none. With four Michelin restaurants in this modestly-sized city, Aarhus certainly has ample backing for its claim to offer world-class gastronomy.