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Scandic Copenhagen is part of Scandic Hotels – the largest Nordic hotel operator.
The hotel offers you spacious and modern conference venues measuring more than 1500 sqm with capacity for up to 1,100 people.
The hotel has undergone a major refurbishment which was completed during Summer 2012. The hotel is situated in the centre of Copenhagen with panoramic views of the city and the lakes - and with excellent transport services and a large parking garage.
The hotel has 16 conference venues and 11 of them have capacity for more than 60 people. All venues are equipped with the best IT and AV equipment available. We also provide large, bright break-out areas, with plenty of space for creative solutions, exhibitions and product launches. There's free wireless internet access for everyone taking part.
A Better Meeting Experience
At Scandic Copenhagen, we believe in the power of meetings. We believe that what happens within the walls of a meeting room has the power to change the world. That’s why we offer a research-based meeting concept to help you reach your goals. Our talented and dedicated team will tailor a meeting that fits the purpose of your meeting to create an even better meeting experience for you and your participants.
THIS IS HOW WE WORK WITH SUSTAINABILITY
Our vision is a world class Nordic hotel experience, where Scandic is the most sustainable place to Meet, Eat, and Sleep away from home.
We focus on these three core parts of our business when we innovate to drive change in the hospitality industry and push for a more sustainable society. This is in addition to our work to excel every day, when reducing water, CO2 emissions and waste as well as how we work with for example anti-trafficking and anti-corruption. The direct result of these actions is what you find on this site https://www.scandichotelsgroup.com/sustainability/sustainability/
Our ambitions are to be the most inclusive company for the many people, to lead the way to better food and beverage with less impact, and to offer the most sustainable room experience.
For us, sustainable hotel operations is not a target we measure once a year, it’s something that happens every day in every hotel. This is made possible by our 10 000 sustainability team members working together to make an impact today for a better tomorrow.
We want to be the most inclusive company for the many people. We will do this by working for diversity and inclusion in recruitment, career development and training, and by engaging with our local communities to make a positive impact.
We want to lead the way to better food and beverage with less impact. We will do this by reducing food and packaging waste, offering plant based and locally sourced foods, choosing certified and seasonal products, and optimizing ordering and delivery.
We want to offer the most sustainable room experience. We will do this by optimizing hotel room sustainability – for example using less chemicals and sustainable materials, encouraging circularity by reducing, reusing, and recycling materials, and engaging guests in sustainable behaviours.
Sustainable Hotel Operations?
We want to continue to excel in sustainable hotel operations through constant improvements, driving investments towards new sustainable solutions, and engaging the supply chain and property owners. When striving for excellence and great impact, every step counts, every day in every hotel. Some of our goals for 2020 to make our hotel operations more sustainable are to use 100% renewable electricity, reducing water use to 160 litres per guest night, reducing CO2-emissions to 2,3 kg per guest night, and reducing waste to a maximum of 0,62 kg per guest night by 2020.
Scandic also has a Code of Conduct that applies to all team members and actively works with anti-corruption. In addition, we have an Environmental Policy, Supply Chain Code of Conduct and Diversity & Inclusion Policy, as well as Scandic’s guidelines For Sustainable Procurement, and training in anti-trafficking.