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Hotel Bella Sky Comwell Hotel 4 star
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Not only is the Bella Sky the biggest hotel of the city, but it is also the largest hotel in Scandinavia. Although not located within the city centre, it is a hotel that is worth staying at if you are a huge fan of large spaces and vertical gardens. Guests staying here must have access to a car as there is nothing at all in the surroundings. The hotel has proved to be popular with ladies for its 17th floor strictly reserved for females. Fun with lots of space for children, the monumental shopping-centre -like hotel looks great as far as its interiors are concerned, but feels empty and lacks atmosphere. The Bella Sky would have been a huge hit if it were in the city centre.

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    Location

    The hotel is located just outside the city in what looks like a no-man's land. The neighbourhood of Orestaden is a new area that the government plans on developing in the near future. The hotel is 15 minutes away from Copenhagen city centre by car. As there is nothing in the surroundings of the hotel, having a vehicle is primordial. The hotel can also call you a taxi.

    Accommodation 9.70 /10

    The hotel has 814 rooms split into an endless number of categories. The rooms vary mainly in size ranging from 17m² to 50m². The rooms on the top five floors are slightly different in terms of style. The Sky rooms on the 23rd floor are a bit more luxurious than the rest of the rooms - with Hästens beds, the entertainment systems are a lot more upscale and guests can have breakfast in the Sky Lounge on the top floor, which is usually open for dinner only for other guests. There are also corner rooms, which boast even better views of the surrounding areas. Make sure that if you have a size preference, mention it at the time of booking. All rooms have a similar decor - loosely space-themed - we liked the navy carpets dotted with stars as if hanging in space. Some rooms are navy, others turquoise and on the 17th floor, the Bella Donna floor, is strictly reserved for women, the rooms are all pink and stocked with girly gifts. The 20 women's rooms feature a modern design, which is based on a Nordic theme with clear references to the building's architecture and natural light. White surfaces and white-stained ash combined with furniture in classic, organic soft shapes and colours. The rooms are welcoming, and the textiles and soft furnishings chosen to appeal to both the classic and modern woman. The furniture includes Hästens queen-size beds, Arne Jacobsen lamps, Bang and Olufsen flat-screen televisions, Finn Juhl Pelikanen lounge chairs as well as marble bedside tables and desks from Hay. Only women with key cards to the rooms are able to access the 17th floor.

    Otherwise all rooms have the expected mod-cons, including flat-screen televisions, mini-bars, safes, hairdryers, air-conditioning, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and 24 hour room service. All rooms also have complimentary Wi-Fi access. The originality of the rooms apart from the über-contemporary furniture lies in the individual floor to ceiling windows in varying trapezoidal forms, letting in lots of light and dressing the rooms with the views.

    Furthermore, there are 45 rooms with disabled access. These rooms are also fitted with adapted bathrooms and furniture.

    Overview 8.70 /10

    There are 23 floors altogether and 812 rooms. From the outset, the building looks like a funky air-traffic control tower. The hotel was supposed to be even higher than its final construction, but due to the site being directly under a main flight path, it was impossible to make it any higher, so 23 floors it is! The hotel is part of the conference complex. Inside, we were greeted by a monumental vertical garden, making up the main feature of the lobby. The interiors are extremely contemporary and colourful - if you were looking for something typically Scandinavian, then this is where you'll find it. The vast white spaces are dotted with clusters of stylish furniture, lamps and random nooks and crannies, which make the hotel feel just like a department store, hence the sterile and cold atmosphere. The disappointing aspect was the lack of atmosphere and just animation in general. The hotel felt enormous and empty. It opened in 2011 and aims to be one of the most frequented hotels in the city. Two restaurants are found on the ground floor in front of the lobby and to the back. The Balcony restaurant is located on the first floor and is the main hotel restaurant. The Sky Lounge is all the way at the top and boasts some lovely views of the surrounding area. The hotel also has a well-equipped gym and a spa offering a range of treatments. There are also six Apple computers with internet access for guests to use for free.

    Food and drink 8.70 /10

    There are four main restaurants: the lobby bar, the library bar to the back of the lobby, the Balcony restaurant on the mezzanine floor just above the reception area and the Sky Bar on the top floor. The two bars at ground level are open throughout the day and serves snacks and drinks. The Balcony is the main restaurant - although extremely well decorated and cosy, the area looks like a large canteen (large enough for a good few hundred people), so although we visited the hotel in between meals, it isn't hard to imagine hectic and noisy meals when the space is full. It is however pleasant, with the floor to ceiling windows letting in plenty of light. The furniture is also extremely stylish, with a variation of chairs as homage to the Danish design the world envies! Breakfast is served as a buffet everyday and lunch and dinner are à la carte. The Balcony is open in the evenings and serves a range of Mediterranean and French specialities. This restaurant has more of an intimate setting due to more private seating arrangements in booths. The Sky Bar is without doubt one of the most stylish places of the hotel - with an original PH piano and a number of designer furniture pieces, the Sky Lounge is a winning formula, especially at sunset, when it's possible to make the most of the views. Here, the menu resembles that of an oyster and champagne bar, but it also serves other crustaceans and fish. The Sky Bar is open for lunch and dinner. The hotel also offers 24 hour room service.

    To know

    There is designated parking for guests. For women who are worried about staying alone at a hotel, although Copenhagen is one of the safest cities in Europe, the hotel has reserved an entire floor for women only. The hotel is strictly non-smoking. For people with restricted movement, the hotel has 45 rooms that are adapted to people with various disabilities.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      sauna, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      gym, golf, fitness, sports

    • Animals allowed
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • The hotel's environmental philosophy.
    • The design interiors.
    • Good range of restaurants.

    disadvantages

    • Location - transport is essential. There is nothing to do in the immediate surroundings.
    • The reception staff is extremely cold and unwelcoming.
    • Lacks atmosphere.

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    • Overall Score -/10
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