Grønbechs Hotel is an idyllic hotel in the centre of Allinge only a few metres from the charming waterfront. The hotel is also known as ‘Denmark’s Political Hotel’ and has been the setting for many of the political events during the recurring National Political Festival held on Bornholm. The walls are adorned with a mixture of political satire drawings and photographs documenting political events. This is not coincidental, because Grønbechs Hotel is owned by journalist Rasmus Nielsen, the founder of the independent online newspaper Altinget/Mandag Morgen, which focuses on the political scene in Denmark and abroad.
The interior décor of Grønbechs Hotel is trendy and Nordic, with designer furniture mixed with antiques, modern paintings, candles and fresh-cut flowers. You feel at home here. The hotel’s charming atmosphere invites you to relax and pamper yourself – in the lounge, in the bar, up in ‘Stauen’ or in the hotel restaurant. In the afternoon, you can relax for hours in the hotel’s courtyard garden and enjoy light snacks and wine on the sunny patio, where it is also possible to eat dinner in the evening. The hotel serves à la carte, and the dishes are prepared using the ingredients and produce received by the kitchen from its various suppliers.
The hotel’s Restaurant Vilhelm serves classic, traditional fare with a modern, international touch – without any dogmas, however, but based on quality produce, the best wines and, not least, the unique ambience of informal comfort. Vilhelm is a venue that welcomes everyone – hotel guests and drop-in visitors alike.
Grønbechs Hotel has 23 bright, exquisite rooms, 21 of which are double and 2 are single. The rooms have retained their original dimensions from 1901 and are kept in a simple, minimalist style. Some of the rooms overlook the sea, some have their own balcony with a view of the courtyard garden and the evening sun, while still others overlook picturesque Allinge. The hotel is open from June to late August. Wednesday–Saturday in June and every day in July and August.