LOCATION OF THE HOTEL BELLA SKY
The AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen is a Marriott hotel situated a short shuttle ride from the cities International Airport in Amager Fælled. It is a 4* hotel and quite stunning to look at – the architecture is fantastic. The hotel has a metro stop a few minutes walk from the hotel (Bella Centre) and is on bus routes into Copenhagen.
We found the location to be ideal – the shuttle service (for a small fee) from the airport is regular and we used this service on arrival and departure. We caught a bus to the main train station on one occasion and on others caught the metro into the city centre (TIP – have change for the ticket machines or use your credit card to buy tickets at the metro stop)
The entrance is lovely and was one of the reasons we booked this hotel as I was impressed with the photographs I had seen. Chosen by Visit Denmark as an example of the best of Danish architecture (see what else was chosen) the hotel is also the largest in Scandinavia.
CHECKING-IN TO THE HOTEL BELLA SKY COPENHAGEN
Checking-in was quick and easy. We had a lovely welcome from the receptionist on duty who could not have been more helpful. As the hotel is quite large and there are 2 towers she explained how to get to our room and even walked us to the relevant lift.
The hotel lobby is large and rather beautiful too – the design of this hotel is fantastic!
ROOMS AT THE HOTEL BELLA SKY
We found the view of Copenhagen from the floor to ceiling windows absolutely stunning and will be the first thing you notice when you enter the room I guarantee!
The room was well stocked with tea and coffee making facilities (this is VERY important for us as we have to have a morning cuppa!) There was a safe in the room, toiletries supplied in the bathroom and a mini-bar was available (we didn’t use it – Danish prices!!!)
Free wi-fi is available in the room.
There was a hair dryer, iron and ironing board also available in the room.
We stayed in a large standard with city view after receiving a free upgrade from the hotel.
We had breakfast included in our room rate and it was a fantastic start to every day. There were lots of options – hot and cold and we found the food tasty and plentiful.
We tended to eat dinner when we were out so I can’t comment on the hotel restaurant but as we arrived quite late on our first evening we did have room service (see below!) The food was expensive but it is Denmark – but it was very nice!
FACILITIES AT THE HOTEL BELLA SKY COPENHAGEN
There is a spa and fitness centre at the hotel but we didn’t use them. We did however use the Sky Bar and I would highly recommend going for the views and a cocktail or two!
I cannot praise the staff enough at the Bella Sky. In particular the wonderful receptionist who checked us in on our first night. She spoke a number of languages and was so friendly and helpful!
All the staff were excellent.
It was very busy when we checked out but the service was prompt and efficient. We purchased tickets for our transfer to the airport and had a short wait before we were collected. There was a Lego show on hence the amazing lego models around the hotel!
WOULD WE STAY HERE AGAIN?
Yes we would!! The hotel gets a 5/5 from us!
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FURTHER INFORMATION FOR VISITING SCANDINAVIA
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- Guide to visiting Copenhagen – what to see and do in the Danish capital
- Cities in the 1800’s – a selection of photographs of cities from around the world in the 19th century (including Copenhagen)
- Best books to read before you visit Denmark
- Best books to read before you visit Norway
- A guide to visiting Bergen in Norway
- 10 photographs that will inspire you to visit Norway
- Visiting the Norwegian fjords and the Flam railway
- Why you need to visit Laerdal in Norway
- Best books to read before you visit Iceland
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