Reccomended hotels in Copenhagen
From luxury 5- star lodging to affordable rooms in hotels and hostels, Copenhagen's accommodation scene has something for everyone with more than 23,000 hotel rooms in the capital area.
Despite the covid-19 pandemic, Copenhagen is on track with new additions to the city's hotel scene. Here we take a look at some of the new hotels and those set to be unveiled in 2021 and beyond.
2021 is a year with a lot of new hotel projects in Copenhagen. The room capacity is expected to raise from approximal 23k in 2020 to 26,5k in 2021
Comwell Copenhagen Portside (Dolce by Wyndham) is a 4 star hotel and opened the doors this January 2021. The hotel has 484 rooms, 17 meeting rooms with a total capacity of 600 pax. Located in the heart of the exciting new and upcoming district of Nordhavn, only 100 meters from the Metro with direct link to the city centre.
The hotel opened in May 17. 2021 and is located only 600 meters from Copenhagen airport. In addition to a conference facilities seating 400 delegates, the 24,000m2 hotel will offer 357 rooms and underground parking for 200 cars. The 4 star Scandic CPH Strandpark will have its own marina, a restaurant, sky bar, a large wellness area with sea views, a sauna and indoor pool.
The hotel opened in March 2021. Located just minutes from Copenhagen Airport, this 3 star hotel offers 605 hotel rooms, 29 meeting and conference rooms, with the largest ballroom to accomodate up to 500 delegates. Great access to the city centre with the metro conveniently located next to the hotel.
The hotel is expected to open in November 2021. Located right in the atmospheric city centre's buzzing atmosphere, this 4 star hotel will offer 100 hotel rooms and have a skybar and rooftop terrasse with spectacular views over Copenhagen skyline.
The hotel is expected to open in March 2022. This will become Scandic's largest and most spectacular hotel to date with 632 rooms, several restaurants and an innovative meeting and conference department. Scandic Spectrum will feature a skybar with views of Copenhagen city and boast multiple green oases.
Located in the heart of Copenhagen, this 5 star hotel officially opened in July 1st 2020. The 390-room hotel boasts a stunning Neo-Baroque architecture that will take your breath away. The villa also has a lovely rooftop pool and bar, 24,757 square feet of meeting and event space that can host up to 1,200 attendees.
Copenhagen's hotelscene is in constant development - both with the opening of new hotels but also with renovations and expansions of existing hotels. Copenhagen is a city of old beautiful buildings that is essentially a big part of the city's charm, where old meets new in perfect harmony. Have a look at some of the renovations and expansions planned in 2021.
Located in Elsinore just 1 hour from Copenhagen, this 4 star hotel is offering ocean view, a beautiful spa, modern conference facilities and easy access to the surrounding nature. The hotel currently offers 280 rooms and is planning teh expansion of 55 new rooms. In addition, a new conference room for up to 180 pax is also to be expected, with access to a rooftop terrace overlooking the sea.
The Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel have added a new concept and is expanding with 434 hotel apartments in a brand new building. The hotel currently has 544 rooms, but when the expansion is complete, the hotel will be one of Denmark's largest with an addition of 25,000 m2.
The hotel located close to Kongens Nytorv is being expanded by more than 50 percent to 768 rooms and becomes the capital's 3rd largest hotel with the 250 new rooms. The hotel is a part of the ARP-Hansen Group and have rooms in the more budget ranged catogory.
Hotel Twentyseven in Copenhagen (formerly First Hotel Twentyseven) has been reimagined as the city’s latest downtown boutique hotel. A major interior makeover of their 200 rooms, hotel foyer, courtyard and other co-sharing areas have added new soul to the hotel with an emphasis on quality mid-century Danish design. Adding a little Danish “hygge”, the rooms have been re-categorised as e.g. “Cozzzy”, “Pocket” and “Lux”. The hotel has also been renamed as h27.
Sleeping with a green conscious in Copenhagen is no challenge, since more than 70% of the city's hotelrooms are eco-certified with green credentials & commitments. Finding a sustainable place to stay in Copenhagen is actually easier than finding a non-sustainable one.