The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel has re-opened its first-class suite, The Royal Suite, introducing a new layout as well as upgraded in-suite amenities and technology. The redesign aims to move away from the classic lounge style and towards a "fusion of luxury and functionality," providing amenities for both business and leisure.
The 1,800-square-foot suite consists of two separate areas—the social section and the private section. The social section consists of a lounge area, kitchen space and private dining area (with optional private chef), while the private section includes a large master bedroom, state-of-the-art bath/sensory spa and a walk-in closet.
Currently, the Copenhagen Marriott hotel is supporting this year's new Copenhagen Light Festival with a commissioned light installation dubbed Eternal Sundown. The light work was created by Danish lighting artist, Mads Vegas, and is located in front of the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel on the sculptural bridge. Hotel guests will be able to experience the light installation during the dark hours. However, the light work will also be visible from other bridges connecting the inner city, such as Islands Brygge, Brygge Bridge and Langebro, during the entire Light Festival running from February 2 to March 2.
The 5-star Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is located on the part of the scenic waterfront in Copenhagen called Kalvebod Brygge. It opened in 2001 and has a capacity of 406 rooms. The hotel is Denmark's largest 5-star venue and the ninth-largest hotel in Copenhagen. The Royal Suite costs approximately $5,800 per night.