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Bella Sky Comwell Hotel Opens

The Bella Center, Scandinavia’s biggest trade fair and congress centre, today opened the doors to the Bella Sky Comwell hotel.

“We are extremely proud to be able to welcome guests to the biggest hotel in the Nordic region – a hotel that not only is in a unique category in terms of architecture and interior design, but also will contribute to attracting even more major international congresses to Copenhagen,’’ said Bella Center CEO, Arne Bang Mikkelsen.

The hotel was officially opened with Denmark’s Minister for Economic and Business Affairs Brian Mikkelsen and Copenhagen’s Lord Mayor Frank Jensen heading the proceedings.

”Bella Sky shows the new face of Copenhagen. A Copenhagen that is experiencing rapid development. A Copenhagen whose population is growing at a rate of 1000-a-month. Bella Sky typifies the focused efforts of Denmark and Copenhagen to bring the world to Copenhagen – more congresses, more tourists, more people who are attracted to work or study here. Bella Sky helps Copenhagen in the crucial work of furthering the city’s economic growth. And Copenhagen is a growth city,” said Jensen.

The 23-storey hotel has 814 rooms, a Sky Bar and one floor exclusively for women.