Do you remember the last time you stayed in a hotel?
Was the breakfast selection a little mingy? The bed too hard ? Did the receptionist seem to have a crappy day? Was the view from your room a boring wall? And the WiFi waaay too slow?
You definitely don’t want that experience again, so picture this instead:
Tired after a hard day. A work day that started freakishly early, lots of meetings, hundreds of emails. Or after a day of visiting not only The Old Town and Salling Rooftop, but also ARoS and Moesgaard Museum – after walking endlessly up and down the canal.
Finally, you see the building – down by the water. The glass doors open for you asking you to come inside, the smell of coffee hits your nostrils, your ears are caressed by a nice little tune playing over the speakers, the receptionist smiles warmly from behind the front desk and the entire lobby is oozing with that “Je ne sais quoi”. The elevator gently takes you to the 9th floor, you unlock the door, enter and throw yourself onto the bed. You need a little background noise, so you stream an episode of the show you’re watching on Netflix, using the Chromecast in the TV. Before you close your eyes – just for 5 minutes before you’re going out on the town – you gaze at the unique view. You are in Aarhus.
You are at Hotel Atlantic.
Tony BakGeneral Manager