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Copenhagen, the Little Mermaid goes under

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Published on 02/11/09 - Updated on 17/03/22

Today Copenhagen is making the front page. A few weeks ago, Barrack Obama, President Lula, King Juan Carlos and Prime minister Yukio Hatoyama traveled to the Danish capital to defend the colors of their respective cities as candidates for hosting the Olympic Games in 2016. Soon, hundreds of heads of State, ministers, government officials, ecology experts and all the journalists in their entourages will be gathering for the much awaited UN summit about climatic changes. Copenhagen enters into conversations constantly, but is that enough to revive a highly deteriorated hotel situation?

In just a few months, the Danish capital will have seen the world’s lea­ders pass through, making its way into the headlines of the international press. It is in real need of this spotlight and moreover activity because the si­tuation at its hotels is far from glowing. And yet, it would appear that...

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