Being Denmark’s best hotel is “totally unexpected”

A lot of heart goes into the Villa Provence in Aarhus
With just 39 rooms and suites, many of which have four-poster beds and claw-foot bathtubs, the Villa Provence in the city of Aarhus may seem like one of many boutique properties with quirky touches. But it has been named TripAdvisor’s best hotel in Denmark.
As previously reported, millions of travellers around the world cast their votes for the best hotels in countries and continents around the world.
When the owners of Villa Provence, Steen and Annette Stenstrup, heard the news that they were top in Denmark it was a great surprise.
“It was totally unexpected and we are very happy and grateful. Especially since it is customers who cast the votes and not some industry panel,” Steen said. “Here at our hotel we work hard every day, but my wife runs it with all her heart – that is probably what the guests have taken note of.”
On its website, Villa Provence is described as a “small oasis full of atmosphere”. Each of its rooms is decorated in a Provencal style.
Copenhagen Post

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