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Hotel's Next Generation Meeting Spaces Launch in Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen Marriott Hotel Embraces Ideas 'Inspired by People, Imagined by Marriott'

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK -- (Marketwired) -- 08/21/14 -- Re-imagining the traditional meeting space to meet a growing demand for more inspiring and creative work environments, one of the prominent 5-star hotels in Copenhagen is re-thinking everything from boardrooms, breakout and pre-function spaces, taking a full approach to meetings and seamlessly integrating service, technology and contemporary design.

Responding to research that indicates people are now working differently than in previous generations, the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is trending away from individual work spaces and shifting its designs to an ecosystem of places that gives workers choice and control over where and how to work.

"The way people work is changing but the way meetings are hosted at hotels, has not kept pace," says Gitte Nodskov, Director of Sales & Marketing, of the business hotel in Copenhagen. "Inspired by the way Generation Y meets and works, we are introducing spaces that promote collaborative work environments for more productive outcomes."

The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel's new meeting area will feature flexible work spaces that enhance the objectives of the meeting and its participants rather than being dictated by room lay-out or furniture. From networking events to business meetings, technology and design will blend to smoothly accommodate the manner and purpose of each gathering.

The spaces will feature wireless technology and include amenities such as video conferencing, smart whiteboards, projection walls, docking stations and touch screen controls. All technology will be app or web enabled, providing a platform for future technological innovation. And, in addition to these creative, high-tech spaces, the Copenhagen venue also features full-service catering with inspiring event menus that can be customized for any occasion.

Re-imagined meeting spaces are just one of a palette of concepts being introduced at the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel. Red Coat Direct, an app enabling meeting organisers to adjust and edit their meeting requests and preferences with the touch of a button, was introduced earlier this year. To keep up to date with Copenhagen Marriott Hotel, like us on Facebook.

For more information on the new meeting rooms in Copenhagen, which will be completed by mid-September 2014 or to book events, contact [email protected].

About the Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
The Copenhagen Marriott Hotel is a pristine waterfront destination that welcomes guests with fine luxuries and exceptional service. Surrounded by picturesque harbor and city views, both business and leisure travelers will find an expansive offering of guest rooms and suites as well as large and intimate meeting areas, all designed with comfort and functionality in mind. The hotel's accommodations are complemented by two on-site restaurants, a full-service spa and 24-hour fitness center to ensure guests every opportunity for a relaxed and rejuvenating hotel experience. For further information or photos please contact Louise von Magius, Sales & Marketing Coordinator at Copenhagen Marriott Hotel, [email protected] or phone +45. 88 33 13 01

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CONTACT:
Copenhagen Marriott Hotel
Kalvebod Brygge 5 Copenhagen, 1560 Denmark
Phone: 45-88-33 99 00
URL: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cphdk-copenhagen-marriott-hotel/

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