The Official Convention, Event and Tourism Organisation 'Wonderful Copenhagen'
Copenhagen is not only a front runner with its sustainable solutions it has one of the worlds most ambitious climate policies – a goal of being the first carbon-neutral capital city by 2025 and has never been so accessible offering non stop flights from more than 183 international destinations, Copenhagen Airport has easy access to and from every continent and all major European cities. With the City Centre being only 13 minutes by metro, Copenhagen has seen a massive hotel boom with approximately 8,500 hotel rooms being built over the next four years equates to more than 40% increase in the city’s capacity with Greater Copenhagen on track to reach nearly 30,000 rooms by 2021. Recent openings includes the brand new 4* Scandic Kodbyen which opened on the 8th September with 370 bedrooms in the trendy Meatpacking District. Coming soon: August 2019 the 4* Scandic Falkoner with 335 and an auditorium for up to 2000 delegates, January 2020 the 5* Hotel Posthuset with 390 room – located in the historic building of the Old Post Terminal and a further 5* Hilton Copenhagen City with 400 bedrooms due later that year.
Its compact city centre makes walking between meeting venues, hotels, sights, restaurants and shopping areas a matter of minutes. Or join the locals and go by bike. Nearly 70% of the hotel rooms in Copenhagen are eco-certified. Gastronomic hotspot: Guide Michelin Nordic Cities 2018 has awarded a total of 19 stars to 15 restaurants in Copenhagen. Geranium tops the list as the only restaurant in Denmark with three stars, while AOC and Kadeau hold two stars. Whether you wish to try Michelin-starred Nordic food or are into other cuisines from around the globe it is all here. Get ready for a unique dining experience!