The Trinity Quarter development has a deep heritage in Copenhagen history. Once the site of a noble mansion, its buildings, passageways and courtyards were established in the mid 18th century with the textile and publishing industries – including tailors, book binders, publishers and scholars.

In 1969 the buildings were purchased by Copenhagen University, with many areas around its facades and squares opened up, buzzing with theology and law students. After nearly 50 years, the university moved out in January 2017, allowing for The Trinity Quarter redevelopment, including the imposing building facing Trinitatis Church Square – to be developed into our 240+ bedroom hotel.

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HISTORICAL BUILDINGS TRANSFORMED INTO A MODERN MIXED-USE DESTINATION IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL QUARTER OF COPENHAGEN