The hotel consists of a total of 390 rooms spread over 269,098 sqft (25,000 sqm). The classic building was formerly Denmark's main post office and telegram center. It was built in 1912 and served as a communication base in Scandinavia when the mailing was via horses.
In recent times, the building has stood empty until the Varner brothers and Stordalen decided to buy the building in 2017 and turn it into a Norwegian-designed luxury hotel of the highest class.
After three years of renovating the iconic central post office in Copenhagen, Villa Copenhagen opened its doors on 1 July 2020. But unfortunately, it happened right before the pandemic hit Denmark.
The hotel has a heated outdoor pool on the terrace facing the streets of Copenhagen. Here you can relax in a pool, go for a swim or order a refreshment at the pool bar.