In what could be Copenhagen’s best setting, STAY Seaport is offering up a different kind of serviced apartment in Denmark’s capital. Housing 53 apartments, the building sits on the water’s edge in Nordhavn—the industrial port district that is gradually becoming one of the most appealing new hubs in the city. Just a few minutes’ walk from the neighbourhood of Østerbro and a short bike ride to the centre (with bicycles available to hire from STAY), the location is convenient, yet its serenity makes it feel as though you’re miles away from the city centre.
Open the door to your apartment, and you’ll instantly feel a sense of calm. The rooms are large and spacious, with soft grey furnishings and assorted pieces from the likes of Vitra and Cassina fitting out the minimalist space. Head outside to the terrace, take a seat on a HAY Palissade chair and enjoy the stillness of the surrounding water (look far enough, and you might just see the coast of Sweden).
All apartments come with fully equipped kitchens, should you want to stay in and cook. If not, the water’s edge is lined with cafes and restaurants—and world-famous Noma is just a 20-minute bike ride away.