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AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen Copenhagen , Denmark

AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen Copenhagen, Denmark

AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen Copenhagen


The place, at the new district of Ørestad, originally seems somewhat far outside — but in the local Bella Center metro station, it is really only 10 minutes into town center. Shuttle buses connect the resort with all the airport, four miles off, and price DKK 15 (#2) one way. Next to the resort, the green expanse of Amager Faelled, using woodlands, meadows and reed beds, is a calm place to cycle or walk.

Style & personality

Together with Scandinavia’s biggest conference center next door and lots of business-travelling guests, you may anticipate the décor to become dull and corporate — although the truth is much more attractive. The designers wanted to make an everyday mood and deliver the natural universe in — so that you find lush living partitions, sunburst lamps and curvy, natural forms. Public areas are spacious and high-ceilinged, large windows let in a lot of natural lighting, and furnishings are simple but stylish in this Nordic-cool way.

Service & amenities

There is a 24-hour physical fitness room along with a small but captivating spa with warm and cold baths, a sauna and two treatment rooms. It is possible to hire bicycles for DKK 180 (#21) daily or electrical automobiles for DKK 450 (#53) daily, and distances at the huge car park price DKK 80 (#9.50) daily. The reception has an ATM and little store, and front desk may supply recommended jogging paths.

Exercise center
Room support
Steam room/hammam


There are approximately 200 unique permutations in regards to room configurations but common to all is your Scandi-stylish décor, with muted colors and a mixture of classic and modern Danish layouts (Arne Jacobsen lamps, Bang & Olufsen TVs, HAY couches). Materials used are natural, with wool rugs, cotton sheets, bamboo flooring and marble-topped desks. Showers are nice and powerful, beds cozy and the majority of those 800+ rooms possess far-reaching views.

Food & beverage

There is a good deal of conceptual considering the menu in Basalt restaurant (all related to ‘researching the basis of flame and fermentation’), but the vital point to understand is that the resulting food is exceptional: imaginative, fresh and beautifully presented. Over the duration of a multi-layered tasting menu, chef Martin Nilsson-Møller did not set a foot from tasty sourdough bread using hay-smoked burnt and salt butter into a zingy rhubarb and rosehip dessert.

Other food and beverage options include a hectic lobby bar; the 23rd-floor Sky Bar; and BM Restaurant, in which the detailed buffet breakfast is served.

Value for cash

Conventional double bedrooms from DKK 700 (#82) year old. Breakfast excluded; it costs DKK 180 (#21) per adult or DKK 80 (#9) for kids aged 12 to 18. Free Wi-Fi.

Accessibility for guests with disabilities?

You will find mobility-accessible rooms with wide doorways and roll-in showers and hearing-accessible rooms using visual alerts and visual notification devices for door and telephone.


There are several connecting rooms plus rooms in which you may add up to 2 additional beds (free for kids below 12; DKK 300/#35 each night for over-12s).

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