Arrival Experience: As the largest hotel in Scandinavia, these twin towers are cleverly designed to appear as if they are leaning at an angle and are visible from most vantage points around the area thanks to the flat land typical of Denmark. The main lobby is a striking dual level space featuring a living wall of greenery tended to by the hotel’s staff with an integrated watering system. Individual check-in desks allow guests to feel a sense of openness. Staffers even invite guests behind the individual counters to review their bills if they wish. Each area of the hotel features its own style of music that carries guests from one space to another with toe-tapping energy.
Dining: The hotel features multiple venues for eating and drinking including a popular bar in the lobby. Further into the reception area is the Library Cafe where funky Finn Juhl chairs, Scandinavian Le Klint lamps, and a wall of books provide a comforting, yet modern, atmosphere for the menu of Scandinavian and continental food. The Balcony restaurant serves an elite menu in an intimate atmosphere. The open kitchen features expensive stainless steel and brass ovenware where organic, local fare is prepared with precision. Guests booking executive rooms can also dine here for breakfast. The main buffet area is open for breakfast for all other guests and is also used as a restaurant for large groups. The panoramic Sky Bar and lounge is the most popular venue in the area offering impeccable views in a trendy atmosphere. A glass walkway connects the two towers with equally sensational sky views.
Accommodations: The sleek, nonsmoking guest rooms here are a showpiece in design with enormous, floor-to-ceiling windows, blond Scandinavian hardwood floors, plump bedding on beds, large, flat-screen cable TVs, and spacious work desks offering free Internet access. Trendy Danish-designed chairs and lighting are in all rooms. Bathrooms feature rainfall showerheads, tucked-away storage space behind mirrors, and excellent lighting. Minibars, plentiful storage space, and safes are also standard. A female-only Bella Donna floor provides special amenities like bathtubs, handheld showers, hairdryers, makeup mirrors, women’s magazines, and organic beauty supplies.
Conclusion: Connected to the immense Bella Center conference venue, this hotel is popular with groups and is close to the subway link that rushes guests into the city center in no time. The spa is beautiful with treatment rooms for massage, a sauna, steam room, various plunge pools including one with an ice fountain, and a modern fitness room. This is the newest hotel in town and offers a sleek design that no other large hotel in the city center can match. Sports buffs will love the Jack Nicklaus golf course across from the hotel, and the quick drive to the airport is great for business travelers. Fair rates, eco-friendly facilities, and a focus on top-notch customer service make this one of Copenhagen’s best business hotels.