Celebrity Travel Files: Lady Gaga, Copenhagen, Denmark

There’s something about the autumn that brings out the intense craving for all things Scandinavian. I don’t know whether it’s the crisp air that characterizes this season, or the accompanying shorter days and progressively longer nights but this season really takes me back to the days of coming of age in Oslo, being an exchange student at the University of Copenhagen and going on city breaks to neighbouring Stockholm.

LTB Trio: Scandinavia’s Radisson Hotels

As the first ever Radisson hotel in the world, The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Copenhagen is the granddaddy of the Radisson Blu hotel chain. The Arne Jacobsen designed hotel was also the world’s first ever design hotel when it was opened in 1960, and to this days still bears witness to the legendary designer’s great eye for detail and love of stylish yet functional forms.

Unplugged: Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Art and nature lovers alike will find the Louisiana Museum of Modern art the perfect place to indulge all their senses. A scenic 15 minute train ride from Copenhagen, it’s a place where art installations and exhibitions meet stunning seaside nature. Be sure to pack your picnic basket and enjoy!

Q&A: René Redzepi

René Redzepi is the owner and chef of Noma, this and last year’s winner San Pellegrino’s World’s Best Restaurant title. Luxury Travel Beat sat down with him to discover the secret to his phenomenal success.

My Beat: Copenhagen

Copenhagen boasts many accolades, chief among which is the title Scandinavia’s design capital. But the city that gifted the world with Arne Jacobsen and his iconic designs has a whole lot more to offer a first-time visitor. These are just some of them: LTB’s Highlights The Tivoli Gardens: This is the most-visited tourist attraction in Denmark, […]