| Nyhavn, Copenhagen, Denmark|
71 Nyhavn is a hotel based in two converted warehouses on the corner of the Nyhavn Canal and the main harbourfront of Copenhagen, Denmark.
71 Nyhavn Wikipedia
The building, also known as the Suhr Warehouse (Danish: Suhr's Pakhus, was built in 1805 by Ole Berendt Suhr (1762-1815) and Ludvigsen, his business partner. It was listed in 1918.
In 1971, the building was restored and adapted by the architects Flemming Hertz and O. Ramsgaard Thomsen and converted into a hotel which opened the following year. In 2000, the hotel was extended with the Puggaard Warehouse (Danish: Puggaards Pakhus, a yellow building from about 1850 located on the rear side of the Suhr Warehouse. It was originally used for the storage of spices from the Far East.
The building is built in red brick and has 14 bays along Nyhavn and 4 bays along the main harbour front
71 Nyhavn is a four star hotel with a total of 150 rooms and suites. Other facilities include a restaurant and a meeting room.