Hilton Copenhagen City pencilled in for 2020 opening | News
Danish ATP Real Estate and BC Hospitality Group are joining forces in a brand-new hotel project that will secure the return of the American multinational hotel company, Hilton, to the Danish capital Copenhagen.
ATP and BC Hospitality Group will invest in a comprehensive refurbishment and extension of a former iconic bank domicile on the Copenhagen waterfront, which is being converted into a brand-new Hilton hotel scheduled for opening in 2020.
The future hotel, with the provisional name Hilton Copenhagen City, is expected to become a new landmark on Copenhagen’s harbour front, and it is the internationally acclaimed Danish architect company, Henning Larsen Architects, that will be carrying out the conversion.
With its 29,000 square meters, the new hotel will accommodate some 400 rooms of international top standard, meeting and conference facilities, executive lounge, fitness centre, parking facilities, bar and two restaurants – one of which will be on the quayside.
The building will open up to both the harbour area and the neighbouring area of Torvegade and Knippelsbro – in line with and with great respect for the city’s architectural and sustainable profile.
The conversion into Hilton Copenhagen City is expected to commence as soon as a new district plan is available and if the planning process proceeds according to plan, the Hilton is expected to open its doors to an international and local audience in 2020.
“We are very pleased that this distinctive property in our portfolio is being rebuilt to accommodate one of the world’s strongest hotel brands,” Michael Nielsen, chief executive of ATP Real Estate.
Nielsen added that the previous resident, financial services group Nordea, has re-located already, and that this paves the way for ATP Real Estate to begin the preparatory work as soon as possible.
Hilton Copenhagen City is expected to become a beautiful new landmark on the Copenhagen waterfront and to be run by the experienced Danish hotel operator BC Hospitality Group.
The group is one of Denmark’s largest hotel, conference, trade fair and hospitality providers, and already operates the city’s three other international hotel brands – the five-starred Copenhagen Marriott, as well as the two four-star hotels, AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen, and Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers.
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