Welcome to Scandic The Mayor in the heart of Aarhus. Are you looking for a charming hotel, centrally located in the middle of a vibrant cultural town? Then this is the place for you. Our hotel is uniquely located within walking distance of Aarhus central station, Musikhuset (concert hall) and the city hall. Step through the hotel doors and you’ll find yourself close to all the exciting things that Aarhus has to offer - whether you prefer culture, architecture, shopping or gastronomic experiences. Our hotel welcomes you with its pleasant, relaxed atmosphere, allowing you to wind down after a long day of meetings or exploring the city's many sights. Relax and enjoy the tranquillity of one of our 162 rooms, most of which are newly refurbished in a simple and modern style. Each floor has its own theme and is furnished with beautiful, quality furniture from Danish designers and manufacturers. After a good night's sleep, you wake up well-rested and start the day with a view of our quiet courtyard, the beautiful Rådhuspark or watch whilst the city wakes up on lively Park Allé. Last but not least, don’t miss out on an extraordinary gastronomic experience in our renowned hotel restaurant GÄST. You’ll enjoy Danish cuisine with a twist, made mostly from local produce. So invite a good friend, partner or business associate for dinner, and experience for yourself why GÄST has been given an excellent recommendation in the 2018 Michelin Guide.
Scandic The Mayor is located right in the centre of Aarhus, surrounded by some of the city’s main attractions such as Aarhus Musikhuset, ARoS Aarhus Art Museum and Aarhus Streetfood. And you’re only steps away from great shopping on both the pedestrianised Stroget and Bruuns shopping centres. Our hotel is located close to Frederiksbjerg, one of the original and most charming neighbourhoods in Aarhus. The area is characterised by its small cosy shops, restaurants, food markets and new trendy cafes. Frederiksbjerg's charm can be especially experienced in the area around Jaegergardsgade, where a sense of Paris prevails - particularly in the spring, when the small sidewalk cafes truly come to life.