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Landmark Copenhagen hotel joins Marriott

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Bella Sky is “magnificent sky-high design feat in Copenhagen”

 

 

Denmark’s landmark 812-room Bella Sky Hotel is being absorbed into a worldwide brand – AC Hotels by Marriott, a lifestyle brand founded in 1998 by Spanish hotelier Antonio Catalan. A joint venture was formed between AC Hotels and Marriott International in 2011.

The announcement of AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen comes after major global expansion of the brand, aimed at the “lifestyle oriented business traveller”, with the opening of the first AC by Marriott property in the US, the AC Hotel New Orleans Bourbon, and recent openings in Istanbul and Valencia.

Located ten minutes by metro from Copenhagen city centre, the AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen impresses with its dramatic modern architecture and interiors, a fusion of sharp-angled glass design with modern Scandinavian furnishings and style.

“This distinctly urban style is synonymous with the AC Hotels by Marriott brand and is aimed at both business and leisure travellers seeking a contemporary urban experience with a strong sense of place,” Marriott International says in a press release.

Original furniture by brands such as Finn Juhl, Arne Jacobsen, Moroso, Hay, Erik Jørgensen and GUBI features throughout the hotel alongside “modern patterns and textures with a layered colour palette of blues representing the changing colours of the sky throughout the day”.

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[image courtesy Marriott International]

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