Comwell Copenhagen Portside
In January 2021, the award-winning Comwell Group opened its first hotel in the Danish capital. Located in Copenhagen’s developing urban district of Nordhavn, the Comwell Copenhagen Portside (Dolce by Wyndham). The 4-star hotel is designed by the Danish makers Arkitema Architects, who drew inspiration from the harbour areas’ historic warehouses to create a 493-bedroom hotel with an additional 18 conference and meeting rooms with a total capacity of 600 pax. as well as an exciting underground event space. The eco-certified venue lies conveniently next to Nordhavn’s brand new Metro station with a direct link to the city center and is already known for its signature green (plant) walls, Nordic interior and artwork, and airy roof gardens. Read more here.
There’s a new darling in town too. In November 2020, a new design guest house opened in the heart of Copenhagen. Surrounded by the very best of Danish design and art, by the likes of Finn Juhl, Hans Wegner, Poul Kjærholm, Arne Jacobsen, and of younger, lesser-known talented local designers and artists, the works take center stage at this little design heaven set in a charming building from the early 18th century. The approx. 100 m2 and one-bedroom residence is the perfect sanctuary for design aficionados slash business travelers with a hang for design – and the pieces one can’t live without, can be purchased online too. Read more here.
h27 (formerly Hotel Twentyseven)
The Motel One-owned hotel h27 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 has 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-categorized as e.g., “Cozzzy”, “Pocket” and “Lux”. Read more here.
Housed in an old transformer station in the heart of Copenhagen, the Socialist is a design hotel with the most striking of visual expressions. From the outside, its bronze industrial façade appears closed and anonymous, but within lies an interior of exquisite materiality, and a place of vibrant social interaction - where the city’s creative community, in-the-know locals, and ever-curious visitors come to work, play, and stay. With 31 rooms and suites, multiple dining concepts, and a non-stop calendar of social and cultural events, the venue allows guests to discover the best the city has to offer, first-hand. Read more here.
Aparthotel ZOKU Copenhagen
ZOKU Copenhagen opened in early 2021 with 160 loft-style aparthotel rooms, including fully equipped kitchens, private dining areas, and misc. standard hotel room amenities. Situated on Amager, yet close to central Copenhagen, the cool capsule living and co-working space is a great solution for extended stays. Zoku comes with a central garden, a rooftop greenhouse with and communal spaces, and its hotel restaurant is run by Kavit Shah (a former staff member at the 3-starred Michelin restaurant Geranium) who focuses on healthy meals based on local and sustainable ingredients. Read more here.
Marienlyst Strandhotel (Seaside Resort)
Facing the strait of Øresund and located in Elsinore just 1 hour from Copenhagen Airport, this 4-starred seaside resort offers stunning ocean views, modern conference facilities, an award-winning Spa. The hotel currently offers 280 rooms and is busy expanding with another 55 rooms. It also belongs to the area’s largest and most modern conference hotels and offers refreshingly new and different frames for staging meetings and conferences from 3 to over 400 participants. Another new conference with a capacity of up to 180 people is also in pipeline with access to the hotel’s rooftop terrace overlooking the sea. And 2021, the hotel venue officially became the permanent base for the men's national soccer team. Read more here.