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The Telegraph - A distinctive landmark on the Copenhagen skyline, this four-star hotel is all modern Scandi style, from its striking silhouette (two tilting glass and aluminium towers, linked by a sky bridge) to its light-filled interiors, design-conscious rooms and excellent New Nordic restaurant. read more
New York Times - The Bella Sky Comwell is one of Scandinavia’s largest hotels, a gleaming 812-room wager that not everybody who travels to Copenhagen wants to be in Copenhagen. Most guests have meetings to attend, and seem to feel at home in the glass and steel lobby, which has the pleasant if generic feeling of a new airport terminal. read more
Travelling for Miles - The reception area sits in an atrium with an incredibly high ceiling giving a definite feel of space. Everything about the hotel says “modern”, from the minimalist decor in the elevator lobbies and the hallways through to the illuminated room numbers next to the doors. read more
Wallpaper - Copenhagen's skyline has an impressive new addition in the jagged shape of Bella Sky Comwell. Bella Sky might be a big hotel to furnish - it is the largest in the Nordic region, with 814 rooms - but the owners haven't scrimped on quality. Spread through the hotel is furniture by the likes of Arne Jacobsen, Finn Juhl and Hay, while bathrobes and slippers are by Danish fashion designer Camilla Staerk. read more

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