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Offering outstanding view of Copenhagen, Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Copenhagenis situated in an ideal location with Copenhagen center just a few minute away. Exquisite views of the ancient City Hall, the gilded church towers of Christianshavn and Sweden's picturesque coast can be seen from the hotel. From here, guests can easily access Stroeget, Tivoli Gardens and Town Hall Square, each just two kilometers from the hotel. Situated 8 km away from the airport and southeast of Christianshavn, hotel connects inner city to Christianshavn. The hotel houses Copenhagen's Casio, the city only casino. Offering excellence service with sumptuous amenities, the hotel also offers first class spa service and myriad of onsite restaurants that serve international cuisine which will fulfill your ap...
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Four miles north of Copenhagen and 100 yards from the sea, Skovshoved Hotel is a lovely three-story hotel set in a charming former fishing village. Rated one of the worlds top 50 hottest hotels (by Condé Nast), Skovshoved Hotel is decorated in a light and simple Scandinavian style with tasteful art that complements the beautiful setting. For an authentic pub atmosphere, you wont do better than the Skovshoved Pub next door. Have a Carlsberg and a Gammel Dansk and chat up the locals. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel that will take you to City Hall Square near Tivoli and the Strøget. Or use one of the hotels bikes free of charge. From the Skovshoved Hotel, its a pleasant 20 minute walk along the sea and through a park to the town of Hellerup, where there is some interesting shoppi...
Copenhagen is a vast mixture of busniess and leisure. It is widely regarded as one of the most profitable and pleasant places to live. Sarah Grant explores everything from the business sector to the historical center. Watch more: http://www.pokernews.com/video
As a fast-growing city, Copenhagen faces the challenge of having to think ahead and smart while respecting and retaining the essence of the old city. How does Copenhagen deal with constantly changing values and leisure requirements coupled with shrinking available urban spaces? What are the strategies laid down to fuse culture, leisure and development needs? Hear from Carsten Haurum (CEO, Culture and Leisure Administration, City of Copenhagen) as he shares examples from the renewal of the old Carlsberg brewery grounds and the transformation of the old meatpacking district into a popular nightspot.
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The Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) invited Carsten Haurum, CEO of Copenhagen’s Culture and Leisure Administration to the CLC Lecture Series. This is an excerpt from the lecture, where Mr Haurum explains why the measuring of returns for cultural and leisure activities is not useful for planners. For the full video, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXYtBanh_ms&feature=youtu.be
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The Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) invited Carsten Haurum, CEO of Copenhagen’s Culture and Leisure Administration to the CLC Lecture Series. This is an excerpt from the lecture, where Mr Haurum describes some of the street events organised in the city and why tourism dollars are not the key determinant for organising them. For the full video, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXYtBanh_ms&feature=youtu.be
The Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC) invited Carsten Haurum, CEO of Copenhagen’s Culture and Leisure Administration to the CLC Lecture Series. This is an excerpt from the lecture, where Mr Haurum describes a ski jump that is being planned as part of a heat and power plant in the Amager district of Copenhagen. For the full video, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PXYtBanh_ms&feature=youtu.be
CLC interviewed Mr Carl Christian, Mayor of Culture and Leisure in Copenhagen, during his visit to Singapore in February as part of a Danish delegation. In this video, he shares on some initiatives from his work in promoting and livening Copenhagen's culture and leisure scene.