With its windows on the quaint harbor in Denmark's capital, the fully serviced Copenhagen Marriott hotel offers 401 air-conditioned, spacious accommodations with exquisite water and Copenhagen city views, luxury Marriott bedding with down comforters and rich linens. The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel, Denmark is renowned for its 15 superlative conference venues that accommodates up to 600 delegates with 13 breakout conference rooms with the latest business and meeting technology, fine catering and dedicated associates providing attention to detail. During your visit at this Copenhagen, Denmark luxury hotel, you'll be enticed by superb dining or you'll enjoy our well-equipped Barrett's fitness gym featuring sauna, steam bath and massage facilities with professionally trained massage therapists.
The Danish capital, Copenhagen, is located in northeastern Zealand. Copenhagen is the largest and most dynamic city in Scandinavia and an excellent place for tourism and entertainment. The main monuments are concentrated in the urban areas, in addition to parks and fountains that are scattered all over the city. The music in the bar is all around the clock. There are more than twenty museums and more than ten large and small parks that people can visit in Copenhagen. One of the most beautiful is the seaside park on the shores of Langerini, Copenhagen. On a large rock there sits the world-famous bronze statue of The Little Mermaid, created by Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksen in 1913. The sculpture was based on the fairytale written by Hans Christian Andersen with the same name. Like the London Bridge and the Eiffel Tower in Paris, The Little Mermaid is the symbol of Copenhagen. There are also famous amusement park, Tivoli Gardens, which is one of the oldest operating amusement parks in the world, the beautiful Gefion Fountain, and the old town hall with Northern European flavor. In addition, there are many ancient buildings - Fredensborg Palace, Frederiksberg Palace, Kronborg, and the Rosenborg Palace. Kronborg is world-famous for being the Shakespeare's famous play, Hamlet. Billund, a small town in Denmark, is famous for being the location of the LEGOLAND theme park. It covers an area of 25 hectares and is a “Mini Land” built with 3.2 million Legos. The park attracts tourists from all over the world with its unique Lego art, making it the second tourist destination in Denmark after Copenhagen. There is also the world's first pedestrian street Stroget, and with a wide array of goods, it’s even appealing to people who don’t like shopping. The largest zoo and aquatic museum in Northern Europe is also in Copenhagen. Founded in 1749, the University of Copenhagen is the oldest institution of higher learning in Northern Europe. In order to see the beautiful scenery and historical sites of the city of Copenhagen, about 10 million people visit from all over the world every year. The Roskilde Festival is held every year from July 1st to 4th in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the largest rock festival in Northern Europe.
The months from April to September are the best times to travel to Copenhagen. These months make up the city’s spring and summer when flowers bloom and there is sunny weather. Copenhagen has a temperate maritime climate. Rainy days occur a lot during the year, but there is only a small amount of snowfall in winter. Winter is not very suitable for sightseeing because there are only 6 hours of sunshine in the day which are not bright and it always appears to be dusk. On the contrary, in the summer, the nights are short and it is very suitable for travel. The historic center of Copenhagen brings together the essence of the city. Landmarks such as the Amalienborg Palace and Rosenborg are all in this area. Many hotels in Copenhagen of different grades are distributed in this area, with convenient transportation and many choices.