CitizenM opens Copenhagen Rådhuspladsen Hotel

First Nordic opening from the design brand CitizenM is 238-room overlooking the historic city centre in Denmark's capital.

Hotel brand citizenM has announced the opening of its 14th property – and first in the Nordic region – in the centre of Copenhagen

The 238-room property is set in the Dagmarhus building at H.C. Andersens Boulevard 12, close to popular business, leisure and cultural destinations.

It's centrally located just steps from the City Hall Square (Radhuspladsen), four minutes’ walk from Tivoli Gardens, and 10 minutes’ walk from The National Museum of Denmark.

Central Station is just eight minutes away on foot. It has a spectacular cloudM sky bar (open to the public) with an outdoor terrace, remarkable photo-op city views.

Its 238 Rooms have XL king-size beds, luxury linens and towels, Grohe power showers with custom-made shower gels, and superfast unlimited Wi-Fi.

It has four event spaces, with the largest sitting up to 12 for half-day and full-day bookings.

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