Scandic signs biggest hotel in portfolio

New 632-room Scandic Spectrum to open in central Copenhagen
Scandic Hotels has signed a deal to operate the largest hotel in its portfolio – the new, 632-room Scandic Spectrum hotel in central Copenhagen.
Expected to open in 2021, the hotel will be in direct proximity to the Central Station, Tivoli Gardens, City Hall and the harbour and “will be an obvious hub for social gatherings and spending the night”, the company says.
The hotel will have an entire floor devoted to restaurants, bars and a terrace. The terrace and windows on each floor will provide views of the city and the harbour and there will also be a rooftop bar.
Scandic already has nine hotels in the Copenhagen area, plus a pipeline that includes Scandic Kødbyen, which will open in the Meatpacking district, and Scandic Falconer with its large conference facilities to reopen in Frederiksberg. Both will be unveiled in 2018.
The company stresses that demand in the Danish market, and in Copenhagen in particular, has increased steadily in recent years, driven by international congresses and an increase in leisure travel.
TTG Nordic


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