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Milling Hotel Ritz

About Milling Hotel Ritz

The Hotel Ritz were built in the 1930ies and is situated only 2 minutes from Aarhus central station and the airport busses. The hotel cooperates with restaurant Mash which is situated inside the hotel. The hotel offers free WIFI. All the rooms at the Hotel Ritz is decorated in a light art deco style. The Ritz is renovated with respect for the historical architecture of the building from 1932 and the original Ritz-charm has been reserved. The hotel is a light and stylish boutique hotel is decorated in a modern art deco style. Light colors, glass and stylish furniture defines the interior design of the rooms and bathrooms. Our staff is always ready to welcome our guests at the Hotel Ritz with a smile. The vibrant city of Aarhus is an experience of its own. When entering the hotels black and white polished floors you will notice the Ritz provides a pleasant and quiet base in the heart of Aarhus. Milling Hotel Ritz Aarhus offers a very special atmosphere and combines the traditional with modern design. This is also seen in the gastronomic feel of the hotel. The hotel’s elegant and aesthetic delight, Restaurant MASH, that offers joyous culinary experiences in comfortable surroundings. The restaurant also offers a wine cellar situated in the unique basement restaurant. This is also where the breakfast buffet is being served. We look forward to your visit.

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Milling Hotel Ritz

Banegårdspladsen 12

8000 Aarhus

Danmark

Reception opening hours

Man-Søn 24 hours, 7-days a week

Check-in/Check-out times

Man-Søn:

Check in from: at 14.00

Check out at 11.00

Experiences in Aarhus

Tivoli Friheden

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ARoS

ARoS features four spacious galleries, an ARoS Focus gallery, and a storey featuring installational art. In each of these galleries, ARoS presents art from either the museum collection or by national and international artists, including e.g. Grayson Perry, Robert Mapplethorpe, Joana Vasconcelos, Bill Viola, Olafur Eliasson, Paul McCarthy, Shirin Neshat, Lucian Freud, and Francis Bacon.