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This striking red and blue, 709 room block is the newest addition to the low-cost Cabinn family and is the second-largest hotel in Denmark. It was designed by acclaimed Polish-American architect... Read More
This striking red and blue, 709 room block is the newest addition to the low-cost Cabinn family and is the second-largest hotel in Denmark. It was designed by acclaimed Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind, the man behind the Ground Zero project in New York, and is located in the new Orestad district, between downtown Copenhagen and Kastrup Airport not far from the Bella Center. In addition to the same facilities as in other Cabinn hotels (free WiFi, ensuite rooms, phone, flatscreen TV and kettle with free tea and coffee), the breakfast bar is open from 5.30am on weekdays and 7.30am on weekends - ideal for early flights or business meetings. (Breakfast is not included in the room rates, however). The brightly-decorated rooms come in four price classes; economy rooms have two cabin-style bunks, while the third bed in the standard room is a fold-out one. Modern meeting facilities also available.
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