Scandic Spectrum is now open, a lively new hotel in the capital of Denmark. The hotel is located in central Copenhagen and with 632 rooms, a spacious wellness area, two restaurants, a rooftop bar and large event spaces, it's the company's largest hotel yet. Scandic Spectrum will also host a variety of social events for guests and Copenhageners alike.
Located on the waterfront in central Copenhagen, Scandic Spectrum is Scandic's 30th Danish hotel. The hotel offers modern facilities with a Nordic touch as well as sustainable culinary experiences in two restaurants and a topnotch spa in the large Nordic wellness area.
Scandic Spectrum was designed by Dissing + Weitling, with Space Copenhagen responsible for the interiors inspired by the Nordic lifestyle and reference both nature and the historic industrial harbor nearby. This is evident in the choice of materials such as glass, concrete and steel while the natural beauty of the Nordics is present in the use of stone, wood and a muted palette and not least on the rooftop terrace and in two lush courtyards on the ground floor.
Scandic Spectrum aims to offer a new type of hotel experience where guests can enjoy a good night's sleep as well as a variety of exciting experiences. For this reason, shared spaces such as the wellness area and event spaces are also open to the public. Additionally, Scandic Spectrum will host a number of events, including social dining, concerts and quiz nights open to guest and Copenhageners alike.
Scandic Spectrum also offers a large wellness area inspired by the Nordic forests, fjords and mountains. Here, guests can enjoy the 25-meter pool, steam room, a Rasul thermal mud experience and a variety of spa treatments featuring natural and sustainable products.
The hotel also has nine conference rooms on the top floor, several of which have access to the rooftop terrace, and four event spaces that can accommodate more than 300 people.
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