Due to the global Covid-19 crisis there are currently restrictions in place in regards to hosting business events in Denmark.

Please contact our team on meetings@woco.dk for further information and advice.

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The EU eco label
Eco
The Nordic Swan Ecolabel
The Green Key
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Distance to City center:
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Distance to Airport:
10km
Max capacity theatre:
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Hotel rooms:
585 rooms
Description

For information regarding Covid-19, please have a look at our guidelines at: www.wakeupcopenhagen.com/-/media/arp-hansen/pdf/safe-to-visit_uk.pdf. The safety and security of our guests are, as well in these times, our highest priority, at the front page of our website you can read more about the current situation at our hotel.

A cool and modern budget hotel at Copenhagen’s waterfront – close to the central station, Tivoli gardens and shopping.

Whether you travel alone, with a partner or your family, Wakeup Copenhagen in Bernstorffsgade is an excellent choice for anyone looking for inexpensive accommodation in the heart of Copenhagen. The hotel has 585 new hotel rooms, all equipped with TV, desk, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.

Wakeup Copenhagen in Bernstorffsgade is designed by the famous Danish architect Kim Utzon and characterised by minimalist design and high quality.

A hotel with affordable prices, great design and a central location in Copenhagen

Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade is centrally located in Copenhagen with good parking options and infrastructure either by train or bus. Just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel, you will find the popular Tivoli Gardens, the waterfront and a bunch of shops and restaurants.

With Wakeup Copenhagen, Bernstorffsgade, you can experience a new budget hotel with a cool design at a unique location in the centre of Copenhagen. Wakeup Copenhagen in Bernstorffsgade gives you a 3-4-star hotel experience at a 2-star price.

Sustainability

SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

We at the Arp-Hansen Hotel Group are working to promote and develop sustainable tourism. We are doing this by integrating responsible consumption and production into our business. This applies to our choice of suppliers and cooperation partners and, in particular, to our own actions.

Our suppliers and cooperation partners have to commit themselves to living up to our Code of Conduct. Our employees act based on our sustainability principles, which promote the right mindset.

We use the UN’s Global Sustainability Goals as our guiding principle, with a particular emphasis on goals no. 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation), 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production). It is here that we feel that we can make the biggest and most noticeable difference in relation to our work.

 

UN’S GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY GOALS AND ECOLABELS

We use the UN’s Global Sustainability Goals as our guiding principle, with a particular emphasis on goals no. 6 (Clean Water and Sanitation), 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth) and 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production). It is here that we feel that we can make the biggest and most noticeable difference in relation to our work.

As a complement to the global goals, we work with a number of environmental labels and certifications. They bind us very specifically to actions that can be measured so we can see if the things we do generate the desired effect.

More specifically, we have 5 strategic focus areas, where we have good underlying data and can therefore see if we can really change something. By changing, for example, the containers for soap, shampoo and lotions, we can eliminate 1,350,000 million of containers every year. The six focus areas are:

  • Waste sorting
  • From spring to tap water
  • From small plastic containers to larger containers
  • Increased focus on The Organic Cuisine Label and Green Restaurant
  • Further reduction in food waste
     

WE ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK...

As we amass experience and are inspired by the work of others, we can perhaps supplement with more focus areas. We feel that we are on the right track with our sustainability strategy and specific initiatives. But this is not equal to knowing everything. In other words, we are really looking forward to any ideas or input you could possibly have about how we can do even more.

The Arp-Hansen Hotel Group consists of privately-owned and centrally-located hotels, including:

Phoenix Copenhagen, 71 Nyhavn Hotel, Imperial Hotel, The Square, Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Copenhagen Island, Copenhagen Strand, Gentofte Hotel and Wakeup Copenhagen Hotels, as well as Steel House Copenhagen.