AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen
AC Bella Sky is the Nordic's countries largest (design) hotel and Copenhagen's most discussed architectural landmark. Located next to the Bella Center -a congress and show venue- it is midway between the airport and the city centre (metro, 15 minutes). The two towers are remiscent of a dancing couple leaning away from each other and are connected by a skybridge on the 23rd-floor offering amazing views over Copenhagen city and the Amager Fælled Nature Reserve. The 23rd-floor also houses the aptly named Sky Bar. Minimalist, monochrome Scandinavian design permeates to all of the 812 rooms, which are decorated with designer furniture and feature individual ceiling to floor windows in varying trapezoidal forms, providing spectacular light in every single room. Room facilities include air conditioning, an advanced radio and TV system with video-on-demand, a mini-bar, tea and coffee facilities, a safety box, a hairdryer, and 24-hour room service. The 850 m2 wellness centre includes cold and warm baths, steam baths and power showers and the fully equipped fitness centre is open 24/7. There are three restaurants open from early morning for breakfast to late night supper. Lobby bar.
• 812 rooms
Parking possible on-site (charged). Electric vehicle charging station.
• Ørestad metro station: 10-minute walk
• Islands Brygge: 2.9 km / 1.8 miles
• Copenhagen Central Station & Tivoli: 3.9 km / 2.4 miles
• Nyhavn: 4.7 km / 2.9 miles
• Copenhagen International Airport: 4 km / 2.5 miles
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