Situated on the water in the Nyhavn section of Copenhagen, the hotel is a masterfully converted old grain warehouse with interiors of preserved walls and beams. Just down the street in Amelienborg Palace, residence of the Queen and extended family. The Royal Guards are fun to watch as they are not trained in the style of the the U.S. Army's Old Guard, which presides over the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in D.C. The Admiral's dining room has an excellent breakfast, though dinners are very expensive with a confusing menu. The hop on, hop bus has a stop a hundred feet to the right. I would definitely stay there again, though I'd opt for much less expensive dining elsewhere, such as Cafe Norden on the Stroget, which was recommended in Rick Steves' travel guide. We loved the place; best ham and cheese sandwich ever, which included two salads. The pastries were mouth watering.