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Welcome back to AC Hotel Bella Sky and Copenhagen – the safest city in the world


The iconic AC Hotel Bella Sky and Copenhagen landmark reopens after one and a half year of corona close-down. One of Denmark’s largest hotels opened the doors again welcoming guests inside from October 6.

Denmark lifted the remaining restrictions mid-September, and the country is basically back to normal after one and a half year with two major lock-downs and other corona related measures.

Almost simultaneously with Denmark returning to normal conditions, the fourth edition of The Economist Intelligence Unit’s the Safe Cities Index was released. Copenhagen came out as the number one safest city in the world out of 60 cities worldwide and focus is on five pillars: personal, health, infrastructure, digital and environmental security.

“Even though we welcome many Danish guests, we are still dependent on tourists from abroad and the major international events that Copenhagen usually hosts. With the re-opening of AC Hotel Bella Sky, we mark that we are through the crisis and looking ahead. Furthermore, the fact that Copenhagen is ranked as the safest city in the world is simply perfect timing and almost symbolic” says Martin Åkesson, General Manager of Copenhagen Marriott and AC Hotel Bella Sky.

After one and a half year, the buildings are basically reset. Everything must be checked thoroughly from elevators, electricity to remote controls, lightning, and TV signal just to mention a few examples. It takes a few months to prepare everything bringing the hotel with the 811 rooms back to the high and well-known standard.

"It is close to unnatural to keep a hotel closed. When the towers were completed ten years ago, no one expected the dramatic period we have all been through. A hotel is characterized with activity around the clock, and it will absolutely be fantastic lightning up the hotel again and last but not least mark the hotel’s 10 years anniversary,” concludes Martin Åkesson, General Manager of Copenhagen Marriott and Hotel Bella Sky.


• Following the general lock-down in March 2020, AC Hotel Bella Sky was forced to close temporarily. Wednesday, October 6 hotel opens its doors again after a year and a half of closure.

• AC Hotel Bella Sky is one of Denmark's largest hotels with its 811 rooms divided between the two iconic towers in Copenhagen.

• AC Hotel Bella Sky was completed in 2011 and can thus celebrate its 10th anniversary in 2021.

• AC Hotel Bella Sky is part of the BC Hospitality Group, which is one of Denmark's largest companies within hotels, congresses, events, and hospitality.



Head of Press - BC Hospitality Group Karen Østerbye - kars@bchg.dk - +45 81884843


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BC Hospitality Group A/S
BC Hospitality Group A/S
Center Boulevard 5
2300 Copenhagen S

+45 32 52 88 11https://www.bchg.dk/

BC Hospitality Group was established in 2014, and is one of Denmark's largest hotel, conference, trade fair and hospitality businesses.

The group has more than 1,584 hotel rooms, 162 meeting and conference rooms and approximately 200,000 square metres of conference, meeting and event facilities with a total capacity in excess of 30,000 people.

BC Hospitality Group comprises Bella Center Copenhagen, Comwell Conference Center Copenhagen, Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen, Copenhagen Mariott, CIFF, CIFF Showrooms and International House.

BC Hospitality Group's new and in total 14,000 square meters new multi hall Bella Arena and part of Bella Center Copenhagen can house everything from concerts and other cultural events to congresses and exhibitions.

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