Bella Sky Hotel

On our press trip to Copenhagen, we were treated to a tour of the new Bella Sky Comwell Hotel on the outskirts of the city center. As you can see, it’s a striking piece of architecture. Designed by the Copenhagen-based architecture firm 3XN, Bella Sky is the largest hotel in Scandinavia, with 23 floors, 812 rooms and 30 meeting spaces and conference rooms. It’s comprised of two towers, with angled facades, joined by a walkway. The hotel just won the “Best Architecture in Europe”  award at the International Hotel Awards in London. We were definitely wowed by the architecture and interiors when we visited.

Grass wall in the lobby

Sweeping view of the lobby

Florescent light chandelier in the lobby

Finn Juhl furniture is everywhere in the hotel

Lime green Wishbone chairs in The Balcony Restaurant

Rope and wood divider in one of the hotel’s three restaurants

A restaurant dining room

Interesting deconstructed, decorative wood wall

Guest room bed with Hay pillows and Louis Poulsen sconces designed by Arne Jacobsen

The other side of room – love that Finn Juhl loveseat in gray and black

Even the conference rooms are chic

A light filled corner in which to linger, with furniture that resembles the hotel’s facade

Sky Bar

Banquette detail

Piano at Sky Bar

Architect model of Bella Sky

Photos 1, 3, 11, 12, and 13 courtesy of Bella Sky.

Design Milk’s trip to Copenhagen was hosted by Visit Denmark.

Marni Elyse Katz is a Contributing Editor at Design Milk. She lives in Boston where she contributes regularly to local publications and writes her own interior design blog, StyleCarrot.