The following hotels offer rooms at a special rate to AEJM conference delegates. Please note that the special offers expire in October.
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel (5 stars)
With stunning architecture designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Copenhagen is one of the premier and most central places to stay while visiting Denmark’s capital city.
Arne Jacobsen, who was Jewish and went into exile in Sweden during WW2, is on of Denmark’s most famous designers and is especially acknowledged for the “Swan” and “Egg” chairs.
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel (4 stars)
The towering Scandinavia Hotel has a spectacular view of the Copenhagen cityscape. The hotel puts Copenhagen within easy reach, just a few minutes from popular places like the Strøget pedestrian area and Nyhavn waterfront area and just 15 minutes from the hotel to Copenhagen Airport.
The Square (4 stars)
The Square offers minimalistic lines in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, located right at the Town Hall Square, in the very heart of Copenhagen’s vibrant city centre. The Square provides easy and convenient access to Copenhagen’s main attractions, including the Strøget shopping area, with the central railway station is situated directly around the corner.
Phoenix Copenhagen (4 stars)
The Phoenix offers exclusive accommodations in the heart of the old financial district, just minutes from Amalienborg Palace, Kongens Nytorv and the Royal Danish Theatre. The hotel’s décor takes its inspiration from the Louis XVI style with a touch of modern technology. During WW2, the German Navy used it as HQ and after the war, the Danish Communist Party moved in, publishing the leading Danish communist newspaper from the building.
Wakeup Copenhagen Borgergade (2 stars)
Wakeup Copenhagen is an excellent choice for anyone looking for inexpensive accommodation in the heart of Copenhagen. designed in a minimalist, modern style by the famous Danish architect Kim Utzon, Wakeup Copenhagen offers a 3-4- star experience at a 2-star price.