Scandic opens ninth hotel in Copenhagen – Business Traveller

Scandic Hotels has opened a new hotel in central Copenhagen, featuring 100 rooms and a rooftop bar overlooking the city.

Scandic Norreport is located next to Norreport station and Kongens Have park, and marks the group’s 29th hotel in Denmark and ninth in Copenhagen.

The hotel’s rooftop bar and terrace, Level Six, takes its name from its location on the sixth floor. It offers light meals, made using organic and local ingredients, and craft cocktails in collaboration with small Danish distilleries.

Soren Faerber, Head of Scandic Hotels Denmark, commented:

“Scandic Norreport doesn’t just mark the opening of a new boutique hotel with a great location and fantastic rooftop bar, it also marks the beginning of a busy summer during which we’re looking forward to welcoming Nordic travelers back to Copenhagen again. The size and design of the hotel suit this part of the city and will strengthen our position in the hotel market in Copenhagen as we offer guests a new and slightly different type of Scandic hotel experience compared with our existing portfolio in the capital.”

Scandic is the only hotel company in Denmark with hotels certified by the Nordic Swan Ecolabel, and this new opening marks the first Danish hotel to be certified according to its new, tougher requirements which have a special focus on climate impact. The hotel’s menu items are organic and locally produced, while plug sockets are powered by green energy and there are no plastic straws in the drinks served at the bar.

Earlier this year the group announced plans to open a climate-neutral hotel in Sundsvall in the north east of Sweden in 2024.

Scandic now operates 13 hotels in greater Copenhagen, with a total of 3,154 rooms. It is the largest hotel company in the Nordic countries with more than 280 hotels, in operation and under development, in more than 130 destinations.

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