Bella Sky Comwell Hotel:
for the love of design
From the Sydney Opera House (designed by Jorn Utzon) to the World’s Best Residential Complex in 2011, built in Copenhagen by Bjarke Ingels and boasting 476 premium quality residential homes with planted areas, communal activities and 1km of gardens, the Danish are certainly not lacking architecturally and certain buildings are quite startling against the calm landscape.
This can certainly be said of the Bella Sky Hotel, with views across the horizon reaching as far as Sweden and the capital. This is without doubt one of the most stunning hotels in Scandinavia. Comprising 23 floors and 812 rooms, it spreads across two giant oblique towers, soaring like wings over a public park. And in a unique touch, there is even a floor reserved entirely for female guests!
In addition, 3 restaurants and 2 bars are perfect for stargazing, including the Sky Bar on the 23rd floor at 76.5m high. Halfway between lounge and luxurious restaurant, and the ultimate Champagne specialist, the hotel presents dishes based on the 4 essential elements of water, earth, air and fire.
The menu is an intricate mixture of traditional and creative cuisine, from nibbles including tapenade, vegetable chips, open Danish sandwiches, to perfectly formed taste-experiences such as braised veal with creamy mashed potato and smoked celeriac. And as night draws in, a glass of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte would be a welcome addition, especially the Palmes d’Or Vintage, Brut Rosé or the Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs, for a true tasting at the summit.
Center Boulevard 5, 2300 Copenhagen
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