In BC Hospitality Group, we welcome thousands of guests to our venues each year - for business as well as pleasure. And we would love to welcome you too, if you consider visiting our beautiful city for your next meeting or event.
BC Hospitality Group is located in Copenhagen and is one of Denmark's leading companies in the hotel, conference and hospitality industry. In addition to the three international hotels, Copenhagen Marriott, AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen and Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, Scandinavia's largest conference and exhibition center Bella Center Copenhagen is also part of the group.
Our team is highly professional and we have many years of experience in planning and executing all kinds of events from smaller meetings to large congresses and exhibitions.
The new upscale hotel is scheduled to open in 2020 with a prominent quayside location.
BC Hospitality Group is happy to announce a brand new hotel project that will secure the return of the American multinational hotel company Hilton to the Danish capital Copenhagen.
The future hotel with the provisional name "Hilton Copenhagen City", is expected to become a new landmark on Copenhagen’s harbour front, and it is the internationally acclaimed Danish architect company, Henning Larsen Architects, that will be carrying out the conversion of the old office building into a five star hotel.
With its 29,000 square meters, the new hotel will accommodate some 400 rooms of international top standard, meeting and conference facilities, executive lounge, fitness center, parking facilities, bar and two restaurants - one of which will be on the quayside. The building will open up to both the harbour area and the neighbouring area - in line with and with great respect for the city's architectural and sustainable profile.
Copenhagen Marriott's renewed hotel suite oozes international extravagance and aesthetic Danish functionality combined
The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel - the largest 5-star hotel in Denmark - kicked off 2018 in style with the re-opening of its first class suite, The Royal Suite, which introduces a brave fusion of international luxury and aesthetic functionality in local style.
Offering not only the Danish capital's best canal views, but also the best of both Danish and international design and interior in truly multifunctional settings, the new 170 m2 suite is expected to attract a host of guests - new and old ones - from near and far.
The new hotel suite appeals to the modern traveller, who is on the constant outlook for a place to rest or work in beautiful and peaceful settings or, alternatively, looking for the perfect place to host meetings, receptions, or private dinner parties in style and with a local touch.
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Copenhagen is undoubtedly an attractive destination for both tourists and business travellers. Gastronomy, design and architecture are keywords in the beautiful Scandinavian capital.
With Copenhagen Airport being a central hub in Scandinavia, offering direct flights to more than 150 international destinations, it is easy to get here. Furthermore, Copenhagen Airport has been rated the most efficient airport in Europe ten times in the past twelve years, and the city centre is just 13 minutes from the airport by train or Metro.
The green capital of Europe
The people of Copenhagen possess very strong environmental and sustainability awareness, as reflected throughout the city. Copenhagen is a widely renowned as a bike city and Copenhageners make frequent use of this type of transport, biking more than 1.13 million kilometres a day. Copenhagen has more than 2,000 bikes available for rent for tourists and visitors, and a network of bike paths making it easy and convenient to get around quickly. The popularity of bikes also means that Copenhagen has very low air pollution and is one of Europe’s cleanest cities.
What to do in Copenhagen
Copenhagen is a true shopping mecca, offering the very best of traditional Scandinavian design and fashion. The residents of Copenhagen actively use their city, particularly during the summer months as public areas, parks and squares become venues for concerts, pop-up restaurants, festivals and cultural experiences. And of course, you shouldn't miss out on the well known attractions like Tivoli Gardens, The Little Mermaid, Strøget and the various castles and museums.
Want to know more about our city?
Visit the official tourist site for tips and info