Our hotels

BC Hospitality Group runs the three international hotels - Copenhagen Marriott, AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen and Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers with a total of  approx. 1,600 hotel rooms. From 2021 the amount of rooms will increase to about 2,000 when Hilton Copenhagen City Centre opens as a part of the Group.

Copenhagen Marriott Hotel

The exclusive Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is situated right on the canal waterfront in central Copenhagen on Kalvebod Brygge. With 406 spacious and fully-equipped bedrooms and luxury suites, it is Denmark’s biggest hotel with five-star surroundings and five-star service.

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AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen

The four-star designer hotel AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen has 23 floors, 811 bedrooms and 30 flexible meeting rooms, and is thus one of the largest and most aesthetic hotels in the Nordic region. Our focus is on quality and giving our guests a memorable experience, and we offer everything from unique meeting facilities and outstanding cuisine to sheer relaxation and pure enjoyment.

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Hotel Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers

Hotel Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers in Copenhagen is Denmark’s leading hotel within sustainability. Sustainability is incorporated in all aspects of the hotel, and our green profile means that we use 65 percent less energy than other comparable hotels. The hotel's meeting forest has 60 olive trees and 4,500 green plants and helps emphasize the sustainable profile which is a vocal point in all areas of the hotel. 

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Opens in 2021: Hilton Copenhagen City Centre

The upcoming five-star hotel at Knippelsbro is expected to become a new landmark of the Copenhagen Harbor. With just over 29,000 sq m, the hotel will accommodate approx. 400 rooms of international top quality, meeting and conference facilities, an Executive Lounge, a fitness center, parking facilities, a bar and two restaurants - one od which on the quayside. The building will be opened up both towards the harbor and Torvegade - all in keeping with and with respect for the city's architectural and sustainable profile.