Copenhagen is ranked among one of the world’s most popular, people-friendly capital cities for conferences. From its easy international accessibility and efficient transport infrastructure to a constantly expanding choice of world-class hotels and restaurants, this clean and safe city has everything you need.
Copenhagen airport is Scandinavia’s main traffic hub offering non-stop flights from around 165 international destinations and a short 13-minute Metro journey from the airport to the city center.
Our venue for Probiota 2019 is the Scandic Copenhagen. A Modern, centrally located hotel with magnificent views of the Lakes and Copenhagen skyline.
NutraIngredients have organised a discounted accommodation rate of 1095 DKK (Approx 147 euros) per night including breakfast. Please note that there are a limited number of bedrooms at this rate and we advise you to book early. This special rate is valid for the nights 11- 16 February, 2019.
To book your accommodation at a discounted rate, please click the link below:
How to get there :
Easily accessible via public transport, the hotel is just 12km from Copenhagen (Kastrup) Airport. Danish Railways (DSB) operates a train from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) to Scandic Copenhagen every 10 minutes. The journey takes 13 min. Öresundståg also services this route every 20 minutes.
A taxi from the airport to Scandic Copenhagen takes around 10-12mins or alternatively, Movia operates a bus from Copenhagen Airport (CPH) to Scandic Copenhagen every 15 minutes and the journey journey takes around 30 min.
Parking underneath the hotel you will find a parking garage under Q-Park. You can safely park your car in the basement, which is television monitored. Cost is 210DKK per day.
General information about Copenhagen
Weather in Copenhagen follows the four seasons of the northern hemisphere, but temperatures can vary considerably during the year
Electricity Denmark, like most other European countries, has 220-volt AC, 50Hz current and uses two-pin continental plugs.
Currency in Denmark is Danish Kroner (DKK). One krone is divided into 100 Øre.
Tipping in Copenhagen is not a tradition. If you receive an extraordinary good service, you are welcome to reward it with a tip, but it is not expected.
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