Theatercafeen is a hotel that opened up in December in the year 1900. In the year 1949, the decision was made to rebuild the hotel in a more modern way. The owner at the time, Ellen Brochmann, was not pleased with how the building was remodeled and dreamed of one day being able to reverse the modernization. In 1971, restoring the Theatercafeen started with the help of Hans Gabriel Finne, who was an architect.
There were parts of the interior that were still there and using photographs of the original building, the Theatercafeen was brought back to its original state, with a few minor changes. The floor is made out of a hundred thousand pieces of linoleum. The music from the wall clock comes from London and the glass screens on the windows come from Copenhagen.
Currently, the hotel and restaurant are extremely popular. One of the unique offerings at the café is afternoon tea. This occurs each Saturday and Sunday at 3 pm and 6 pm. During the tea, visitors can enjoy homemade scones, a number of tasty sandwiches, and a large range of Newby tea. The cost for tea is Kr 245 a person or Kr 345 a person if a glass of champagne is added. If you are planning to visit the Theatercafeen it is a good idea to make a reservation first.
The hotel offers 155 rooms, all of which are unique. The rooms all have a unique character, with fabrics, art, and interiors being hand selected for each. This is a way to provide the guests with a new experience while maintaining the high standards that the hotel is known for.
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