Lancashire Times
Weekend Edition
Phil Hopkins
Arts & Travel Editor
8:00 AM 14th February 2021

Wyndham Hotels Says Hello To Wonderful Copenhagen

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has opened another property in Denmark.

The new 444 room hotel – Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham - marks the brand’s second opening in the country in collaboration with award-winning Danish hotel chain Comwell Hotels, following the launch of Comwell Aarhus, Dolce by Wyndham in 2019.

Situated in the vibrant Nordhavnen district, within easy access to popular attractions like The Little Mermaid, Amalienborg palace, and the Tivoli Gardens, Comwell Copenhagen Portside Dolce by Wyndham features captivating architecture inspired by the city’s historical warehouses and boasts sleek Danish interiors.
The hotel’s modern facilities include a restaurant, deli, and bar, a rooftop fitness centre, 17 versatile meeting rooms, a co-working area, and two courtyards with lush greenery.

The new hotel joins a growing collection of Dolce hotels around the world including other sought-after locations including Greece, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Vietnam, U.S. and more.
Dimitris Manikis, President, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts EMEA, said: “We are thrilled to build on our fruitful partnership with Comwell Hotels and leverage their strong expertise to further expand our Dolce brand in Denmark.

"Praised for its culture, global connectivity and culture, Copenhagen is a renowned destination and we are delighted to add this impressive location to our accommodation and meeting options around the world.”

Comwell Aarhus, Dolce by Wyndham and Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham are both part of a selection of Dolce Hotels and Resorts by Wyndham properties currently offering Wyndham’s hybrid meeting concept, created to help drive corporate business demand to its branded hotels.

Recognising the need to adapt services to different business requirements, the new proposition includes a blend of conventional meetings with virtual elements to suit new events’ needs.