Comwell Copenhagen Portside - Dolce by Wyndham

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Welcome at Comwell Copenhagen Portside

Step inside the lobby at Comwell Copenhagen Portside and get blown away by the vibrant atmosphere. It’s a melting pot of locals dropping by for a hot coffee, freelancers working at the open Co-Work space and international guests meeting up for drinks. A buzzing square with a Nordic vibe. Raw. Refined. And like no other. We’re located at the heart of  the ever evolving Nordhavn, surrounded by water and amazing metropol harbour experiences. The hotel is located only 20 min. from Copenhagen Airport by Metro.  


We are a part of Dolce by Wyndham

Your stay with us is an awesome experience in itself. But we’ve made it  even better. We’re part of Wyndham’s exclusive Dolce Hotels & Resorts  brand. Every time you stay here, you get points  to spend on stays at 9000+ hotels across the world. That’s a lot of hotels.  Just imagine. Getting our hotel experience and earn points for vacations  to some of the best places around the world. Exciting. 

The rooms


A green hotel in a burgeoning new neighborhood

Grab a freshly squeezed juice from our deli and step outside to feel the vibrant  harbour atmosphere. A mix of international cruise ships guests and copenhageners enjoying life and the lively scene by the  water. Walk to the ever expanding Århusgadekvarter to find a former russian trade company turned design café, pop-up shops, traditional crafted sushi, wine bars and  a nordic restaurant on top of an old silo. You can even get a nitrogen ice cream.

Pretty cool, right? Hop in a kayak and explore the city from its many canals or jump  in the metro and zoom to the city center in 8 minutes. There’s no district like this in  all of Copenhagen. Period.

The hotel



Parking in many major cities can be a challenge. In relation to car parking in the area, there are four parking options.


“Greenifying” the façade

In the edge zone along the facade, green prayers are established. With closed fields and columns, climbing and sling plants are planted. This results in one long layer of plants along the channel.