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Published on : Tuesday, November 19, 2013
When the new 12-storey hotel is completed in 2016, it will be a hotel characterised by Tivoli’s spirit and design history. The hotel will offer 25 new meeting and conference rooms, and 288 guest rooms, which, like the existing Tivoli Hotel, will meet the needs of business guests as well as the wishes of the family segment. The total hotel capacity of Tivoli Hotel will thereby be 700 rooms, plus meeting facilities that can accommodate 6,000 guests.
The new hotel will be located only five minutes from the Copenhagen Central Station in direct conjunction to the Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center and the 510 rooms at the budget hotel Wakeup Copenhagen. Following the extension, the overall congress complex will offer a total of 1,210 rooms.
“Together, we are creating a new framework for tourism and conference guests in Copenhagen,” says Dorte Krak, CEO of the Arp-Hansen Hotel Group. “We are now in the process of fine-tuning the project. In partnership, we will develop and adapt parts of the hotel to meet the needs from guests from China and Russia.”
“It makes perfect sense to continue our collaboration with the Arp-Hansen Hotel Group, who is able to create unique hotels in central locations in Copenhagen,” says Lars Liebst, CEO of Tivoli.
Lars Bernhard Jørgensen, CEO of Wonderful Copenhagen, welcomes the project
“Copenhagen is the world’s 8th most popular congress city – and we know for a fact, that it’s important to keep offering new venues and hotels in order to meet the demand from the international clients. In the later years we have acquired many new hotels and conference facilities and in the same time experienced a major raise in number of guests and delegates. Therefor we highly support the unique partnership of Tivoli and Arp-Hansen, and their new hotel project, and look forward to offer it to our international clients.”
In 2008, Tivoli and the Arp-Hansen Hotel Group entered into a strategic partnership in connection with the Arp-Hansen Hotel Group’s Tivoli Hotel. The Tivoli Hotel project was not long in getting off the ground; in 2010 the hotel welcomed its first guests, and later that year saw the opening of Copenhagen’s new convention centre – Tivoli Congress Center. Now, a further chapter is being added to the story of this successful collaboration.