As the design-driven hotel brand makes its debut in Denmark and the Nordic region, Accor and partner Borealis Hotel Group celebrate the launch of ibis Styles Copenhagen restad.
The 186-room hotel in the central restad business zone close to Copenhagen’s city center highlights the brand’s innovative design, providing visitors with a spectacular and memorable space that blends urban living with the peace of nature.
The building’s interior was custom-designed by Dutch design firm Mulderblauw and was created by Holscher Nordberg Architects in Copenhagen. The hotel features modern rooms and public spaces that focus on the meeting point of nature and urban city living. Neon phrases, waterfall lighting, and graffitied walls are juxtaposed with nature scenes, decorated wallpaper, and floral carpeting, creating Instagram-friendly public spaces.
The hotel is located in the well-liked Nest45 project, a DGNB gold multifunctional structure, among a striking center of offices and small enterprises in Restad, a district renowned for its cutting-edge urban design and convenient location to the city.
The 186-room hotel, which serves as the first ibis Styles hotel to open in the Nordic region and the chain’s regional flagship, serves as the brand’s entrance point into the market. It is conveniently located for weekend visitors, business travelers, and families as it is only a 15-minute metro trip from the city center.
“We are happy to be opening ibis Styles Copenhagen in the up-and-coming district of restad and to bring the ibis Styles brand to the Nordics,” ibis Styles Copenhagen restad general manager Louise Adolph of the Borealis Hotel Group said. Couples, families, single travelers, and business travelers may anticipate an affordable stay that combines nature, culture, and the fascinating city of Copenhagen with some pleasant features and a relaxed atmosphere. We’re eager to welcome them.
Designing creativity for both nature and urban living
The first ibis Styles hotel in the area is the ideal place to be in Copenhagen. The city is well known for its design heritage, and each ibis Styles hotel has its own distinct design, concept, and personality. The proximity to nature, which most Copenhageners enjoy within 300 meters of their homes, served as the inspiration for the hotel’s imaginative and vibrant architecture.
Rich greens and blues are used in the room designs to complement the area’s colorful public spaces. Views from these rooms include award-winning architecture, nature preserves, and the sparkling spires and domes of the city beyond.
The hotel’s restaurant, Sunder, was likewise created with the idea of urban nature in mind and plays on the word’s English meaning of “to divide” and its Danish meaning of “healthier” in keeping with its healthy focus. Danish favorites like homemade granola and a kids’ mix-your-own toppings station are among the healthy breakfast alternatives. A variety of salad bowls and healthy dishes are available for lunch and dinner. The informal dining space and bar are designed to accommodate both visitors and residents, acting as a community center.
A variety of extras are available at the hotel to make travel simpler and more pleasurable. Renting bicycles makes it simple to get around the city and into both urban and natural environments, just like the natives do. Every ibis Styles room is built as a living place where you can relax, recharge your batteries, and work, maintaining Copenhagen’s renowned work-life balance. Each level features a unique layout with contemporary connectivity choices (flat screen, multimedia connection), a calm working area, a lounge, and areas for you to unwind and enjoy your stay. Families can take use of the hotel’s specially created family-friendly layout, which includes family suites, kid-friendly breakfasts, a kid’s area, baby equipment, and a warm welcome for both parents and kids.