In July’s Meet the Owners feature on Boutique Hotel News, I interview Karen Nedegaard from the Andersen Hotel in Copenhagen.
Karen Nedegaard is the general manager of one of the newest boutique hotels in Copenhagen, Denmark. Karen and her family own The Andersen in addition to their founding hotel, the 11-room Absalon, which was created by her grandparents in 1938. When Karen’s father and his brother were old enough to join the family business, they acquired the neigbouring properties in order to expand the hotel to 270 rooms.
In 2012, the 73-room Andersen hotel undertook a six-month renovation to convert it from a standard tourist hotel to a more design-led boutique hotel. With the new look, they also undertook a rebranding exercise and renamed the hotel using the family name Andersen.
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