The largest hotel in Scandinavia, it opened its doors a few days ago in the city that has seen it grow little by little; Copenhagen. For many, this newcomer goes directly to the list of hotels in the Danish capital that are "undermining" the city. Bella Sky Comwell , forms a kind of two spectacular skyscrapers, each consisting of a total of 23 floors.
The modern hotel offers its guests a total of 814 design rooms with magnificent views of the city. The hotel is located in the green area of Copenhagen Ørestaden, about 8 km from the city center, and is especially designed for clients who have to travel for business reasons or for those who simply want to spend a few days getting to know the city .
The 23rd floor , called “Sky”, has a nice bar and lounge, a restaurant and a 850 square meter spa along with a fitness area. The interior design of the rooms is clearly Scandinavian. The exterior of the hotel is more impressive since, as we mentioned, it is formed by two towers in opposite directions covered with glass fragments. Its architecture has been defined by its owners as if it were a dancing couple.
The hotel has also attracted a lot of attention for being the first European hotel to offer an entire floor for women, with rooms and services specifically selected to cater to its female clients . Copenhagen is currently in something of a hotel boom, with some 1,464 rooms . By 2012, the Danish capital will have 57% more rooms than it already had in 2001.