Scandic plans yet another Copenhagen hotel

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Scandic Copenhagen Airport due to open beside the Öresund Sound
Hot on the heels of announcing its Spectrum project, to become the biggest hotel in its portfolio, Scandic now says it is growing even further in Copenhagen by opening a new hotel in the developing Scanport area.
The 357-room Scandic Copenhagen Airport is expected to open in 2020 beside the Öresund Sound and within walking distance of the airport. It will be the company’s tenth hotel adjacent to an airport in the Nordic countries.
Scandic says the Scanport district will be developed significantly over the next few years and several companies have already said they will move their headquarters there from 2018. The area will be easily accessible via the highway and a nearby train station.
“Scandic Copenhagen Airport will further strengthen and diversify our offering in Copenhagen,” says Jens Mathiesen, managing director of Scandic Denmark.
“The hotel will have the best possible location – just ten meters from the water with an inviting entrance in the new area that is taking shape. The location and the design of the hotel have been developed with air travellers and business and leisure customers in mind.”
The hotel will have a bar and terrace on the top floor overlooking the Sound as well as a gym, pool and spa area.
Scandic currently has nine hotels in the Copenhagen region. Besides the Scandic Spectrum to open in Copenhagen’s harbour area in 2021, other hotels in the pipeline include the Scandic Kødbyen, which will open in 2018 in the meatpacking district, and Scandic Falconer, to open in Frederiksberg in 2019.
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