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|Radisson SAS Royal Hotel|
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Radisson SAS Royal Hotel was the tallest high-rise building in Denmark from 1960 to 1969, surpassed by Domus Vista in Frederiksberg.
The Alberto K restaurant is located on the 20th floor and offers excellent views of Copenhagen.
Known as the world's first designer hotel. Arne Jacobsen was inspired by the Lever House in NYC. This hotel was renovated from 1999-2000. Room 606 still looks the same as it did when Arne Jacobsen designed it.
Architect: Arne Jacobsen
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