Hotel Style | Check in at the Vipp Hotel

If you've been reading Poppytalk for a while now, perhaps you remember our post on Vipps' Shelter back in 2015.  Well now, Vipp, the people that brought us the much-loved waste bin, have just launched the Vipp Hotel.

 From 1 November, Danish design brand Vipp invites you for a stay at a very untraditional hotel.

The moment you check in at the Vipp hotel, it’s fully booked. That is because the Vipp hotel is not a hotel in the traditional sense. Instead of offering many rooms in one location, Vipp offers unique rooms at various destinations.

Though the Vipp hotel is still small with just two rooms so far, the rooms are a sight to see. Guests can opt for a design experience in a 400m2 Copenhagen loft designed by renowned Danish architect, David Thulstrup, or choose to retreat to the 55m2 Vipp shelter in the Swedish wilderness.

‘Our destinations all share the same goal; we want to invite people to experience firsthand our philosophy of good design in a place out of the ordinary.’, says Kasper Egelund, CEO at Vipp.

More destinations for the Vipp hotel are already in the making:

‘Our ambition is to have a palette of destinations with rooms curated to people who seek a one-off design experience, or customers who want to try to live with the Vipp kitchen in a home-away-from-home setting. A Vipp kitchen is for life, but you can start with just a weekend.’, Kasper Egelund explains. 

Let's take a look!

So which would you stay in? The Copenhagen loft or the Swedish wilderness? For more information visit Vipp online at

Photos: Vipp

Jan Halvarson

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