Welcome to Alsik – Denmark’s new luxury hotel in the heart of Sønderborg
The beautiful, recently opened hotel Alsik is one of the biggest, most fascinating hotels in Denmark. Its hallmarks are tasteful Nordic design and natural materials, and the hotel is part of renowned architect Frank Gehry’s master plan for the Sønderborg waterfront. The inviting, ultra-modern rooms and suites have views of both the town of Sønderborg and one of the loveliest fjord landscapes in Denmark.
A world of experiences in a luxurious, pleasant and relaxed atmosphere awaits you at the hotel. Explore Alsik Nordic Spa, the biggest in Denmark with more than sixty different spa and wellness experiences dispersed across 4,500 square metres on four floors. Or pamper your senses with culinary experiences in a class of their own in Alsik’s three restaurants, all of which were developed and are managed by the acclaimed top chef Jesper Koch.
We look forward to welcoming you to Alsik.
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Experience Sønderborg and South Jutland
Flensburg Fjord is probably one of the loveliest areas in the Baltic Sea. At the same time, it forms the border between Denmark and Germany. At its northern tip, on the island of Als, is the lively holiday and university town of Sønderborg.
Sønderborg is a big city surrounded by nature, which contains all the potential and characteristics of a big city: there are as many cultural experiences and events as there are days of the year. The location as a natural hub in the borderlands gives Sønderborg a unique international pace. Some of Denmark’s biggest multinational corporations are headquartered here. The university’s campus is the most international in Denmark with students from more than 50 countries, and languages from all over the world are spoken in the town’s cafés.
At the same time, however, Sønderborg is also something entirely different, because the city is situated in the midst of magnificent scenic splendour. We are close to unrivalled nature experiences with forests, beaches, hills, woods and lakes. We are close to more than 250 kilometres of winding coastline. We have room for reflection, tranquillity and depth.