TRANSFORMATION OF THE RENOWNED HOTEL KONG ARTHUR
The charming Kong Arthur Hotel in Copenhagen’s Nansensgade Quarter has undergone a complete renovation with 64 new rooms and a new breakfast restaurant featuring Junckers’ Herringbone floors.
The hotel has a relaxed atmosphere with elegant interiors, housed in a beautiful, late 19th Century building near Copenhagen’s historic lakes. The interior design compliments the period building with its many original features, in a style inspired by grand, turn of the century Danish apartments. Junckers’ Herringbone floors in solid oak complete the look, adding a warm, elegant backdrop.
Junckers installed 400m² Oak Herringbone in the hotel’s light and airy new breakfast restaurant. The large rooms are flooded with natural light and have an industrial feel with fixtures, fittings and furniture in natural colours and materials. Junckers’ Oak Herringbone grounds the space perfectly with its warm tones and natural grain pattern of the timber.
New hotel rooms
The 64 new hotel rooms were inspired by the classical style of a city centre Copenhagen apartment, all of them fitted with Junckers’ new Twin Herringbone flooring on solid oak.
Pre-finished with a hard wearing ultra matt lacquer, Twin Herringbone is ready to walk on as soon as it is installed without the need for sanding or on-site finishing treatments. The quick and straight forward installation process saved the Hotel both time and money – installing a Twin Herringbone floor costs less than half of the installation cost of an unfinished parquet floor.
Read about Junckers Twin Herringbone
About the new design concept Hotel Kong Arthur says:
“We have expanded Hotel Kong Arthur and added 64 new Copenhagener-rooms. That’s what we call the new style because it’s inspired by a classical apartment in Copenhagen inner city. It’s a high quality rebuild in a beautiful, historic building. Tall panels, beautiful herringbone parquet flooring, a cosy, relaxed atmosphere and rooms furnished to make you feel at home in one of Copenhagen’s best neighbourhoods”.
Mangor & Nagel A/S
Type de parquet
Baton rompu, point de hongrie, parquet massif