The Frida room, named after the Mexican painter, Frida Kahlo, is one of the two rooms in the renovated grain loft.
Frida Kahlo’s paintings, and especially her use of colour in her own home, are the inspiration for this delightful room. The room has a double bed (170cm x 200cm) and a cosy sitting arrangement in front of the window, and offers views over the courtyard and the Baltic Sea.
- Beds: one double bed, 170cm x 200cm.
- Bath & toilet: shared with Shangri La.
- Standard Double – can be booked as a single room.
- DKr. 540 / EUR 73 per night (double), 15.6.-15.9. DKr. 600 / EUR 82
- DKr. 420 / EUR 57 per night (single), 15.6.-15.9. DKr. 460 / EuR 62
- Discount: 20% off the room if you stay three or more nights.
To book “Frida” (look for: standard double) visit Tohøjgaard Online-Booking.
About Frida Kahlo
Frida Kahlo was born on July 6, 1907 in Mexico. After a severe accident at age 18, she turned her attention from the study of medicine to painting. Her works were based on her personal experiences and were often shocking in their depiction of pain and the hard life of women.
Fifty-five of her 143 paintings are self-portraits that contain a personal symbolism with graphic, anatomical references. She was also influenced by Mexican culture, which she illustrated with light colors, with a mix of realism and symbolism.
If you would like to you learn more about Frida Kahlo and her intensely personal art, you will find books in the room.