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Hotel D’Angleterre Opens to Americans

“Copenhagen Is open to Americans!” said a thrilled Lucas Johannson, General Manager of the city’s grande dame Hotel d’Angleterre, this morning on a phone call to New York. Johansson’s message confirmed the Danish government’s decision to open Denmark to American travelers who have been fully vaccinated for at least two weeks against Covid-19.

For the city’s 266-year-old d’Angleterre, the opportunity to welcome back its traditional number-one source of guests is a major event. Set in the heart of Copenhagen, overlooking King’s Square, and home to the Michelin-starred Marchal Restaurant, the d’Angleterre is not merely the hotel’s most prestigious hotel, but a city landmark, with beautiful views of the city of Copenhagen.

“Welcome to your Danish home!” added Johansson, “we can’t wait to spoil you with our warmth, elegance and deliciousness.”

About Hotel D’Angleterre

Located on Copenhagen’s Kongens Nytorv (The King’s Square), Hotel d’Angleterre has long been the city’s address of choice for royalty, statesmen and the illustrious. The d’Angleterre has had an extremely colorful history, from its origins as a restaurant opened in 1755 by Jean Marchal, to its transformation into the d’Angleterre in 1795, to the opening of the current building in 1875 and its rebuilding just before World War I. The hotel reopened in May 2013, revealing the results of a two-year remodeling and re-imagining: a lighter and more elegant color palette; 90 spacious rooms & suites (created from the existing 123 rooms) plus several amenities including restaurant Marchal helmed by Jakob de Neergaard, Amazing Space Scandinavian spa, and Balthazar, Denmark’s first Champagne bar.

BORIS & HORTON × MANHATTAN’S DOG-FRIENDLY CAFÉ

BORIS & HORTON, MANHATTAN’S FIRST DOH-APPROVED DOG-FRIENDLY CAFÉ, IS NOW OPEN IN THE EAST VILLAGE

Human and canine residents of New York are getting a special treat! Dog-friendly café Boris & Horton has opened its doors, operating seven days a week at the corner of Avenue A and 12th Street in downtown Manhattan.

Boris & Horton is an upscale café that features food & beverage from beloved local vendors including City of Saints Coffee Roasters, Murray’s Cheese, and Balthazar. Specialties include pup-centric latte art, vegan and vegetarian fare and gluten free options, local craft beer, wine by the glass and a signature blend called The Boris Brew, with hints of dark chocolate and roasted marshmallows.

The layout of Boris & Horton’s prime corner location means that with or without a canine companion, the space has room for everyone. Working within Department of Health guidelines, the café is split into two distinct areas – the coffee bar, which is for humans only, and the dog side, which welcomes people and their pets.

Those who come by themselves with a dog will order their drinks and food from Boris & Horton’s 12th Street walk-up window, and then head to the dog side, which features café style seating, boutique pet merchandise and a photo booth. For guests visiting with dogs and a human companion, one person can grab a table on the dog side while the other heads into the coffee bar through a vestibule connection, to pick up food & beverage.

For guests who don’t own a dog, but are seeking a furry fix, Boris & Horton will host frequent adoption events with their rescue partners on weekends.

The flagship Boris & Horton is located at 195 Avenue A in New York, New York. For more information and updates, continue to visit www.borisandhorton.com.

ABOUT BORIS & HORTON

The idea for Boris & Horton was born in the summer of 2016 when father and daughter duo Coppy Holzman and Logan Mikhly walked their rescue dogs to grab coffee and noticed all of the dogs tied up outside coffee shops waiting for their owners. They immediately began working on a creative solution. Moreso than simply wanting a gimmicky locale that customers would tire of, the two ideated on how to create a lasting business that would keep people – and their dogs – perpetually coming back for quality culinary options within a comfortable, welcoming atmosphere. An introduction to City of Saints Coffee Roasters kicked off a partnership that everyone at Boris & Horton is thrilled to bring to Manhattan’s East Village, and beyond.

This East Village location is the first of several conveniently-located neighborhood spots throughout New York. The next target expansion market is Los Angeles. Boris & Horton is privately financed, but actively exploring financial partnerships based on first-to-market viability and strong interest in the brand.