Dolce Hotels and Resorts by Wyndham Group move to Denmark

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Published on 03/02/21 - Updated on 17/03/22

Wyndham Hotel au Danemark

Wyndham Group is developing Dolce hotels and resorts in Denmark in collaboration with Comwell Hotels.

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts today announced the expansion of its Dolce by Wyndham brand with the opening of the 444 rooms Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham, in the heart of the Danish capital.

The new hotel marks Wyndham's second opening in the country in collaboration with award-winning Danish hotel chain Comwell Hotels, following the launch of Comwell Aarhus, Dolce by Wyndham announced in 2019.

Located in the Nordhavnen district, close to attractions such as the Little Mermaid, Amalienborg Palace and Tivoli Gardens, the Comwell Copenhagen Portside Dolce by Wyndham features architecture inspired by the city's historic warehouses. Hotel facilities include a restaurant, delicatessen and bar, rooftop fitness center, 17 meeting rooms, a common work area and 2 courtyards.

Each Dolce by Wyndham hotel is designed to inspire guests by turning experiences into memories, and offers meeting spaces, fine dining and inspiring activities. The new hotel joins a growing collection of Dolce hotels around the world, including other locations such as Greece, Spain, Portugal, Germany, France, Vietnam, the United States and many more.

Dolce by Wyndham hotels in Denmark and around the world participate in Wyndham Rewards. Designed for the everyday traveler, members earn a guaranteed 1,000 points for every qualified stay and can redeem their points for a wide range of rewards, including free nights, gift cards, merchandise and more.

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