Quaintly perched on Tullinsgade in Vesterbro, Copenhagen lies the monoroomed Central Hotel & Café.
Once home to a shoe repairer and abandoned for the last two years, Central Hotel & Café received a much-needed makeover from owner Leif Thingtved, who is seen here peering out the one-roomed hotel located above the downstairs café. The single room comes with a bathroom, flat screen television, high-speed internet, Royal Eden bed, and mini bar. Photo by: Martin Kaufmann
The hotel and café's outdoor signage. Photo by: Martin Kaufmann
The café's blackboard menu lists many global favorites such as an espresso, Americano, and iced coffee. Apparently some of the best coffee around is brewed here. Hotel guests are treated to a complimentary organic breakfast. Photo by: Martin Kaufmann
Photo by: Stine Christiansen
In the open kitchen, stacks of cups wait to be filled, machines wait to serve piping hot beverages, and spoons ready to stir. Photo by: Stine Christiansen
Old-fashioned filament lightbulb fixtures hang on the wall. Photo by: Martin Kaufmann
The exterior metal framework logo. Photo by: Martin Kaufmann