Facts about the hotel

Comwell Copenhagen Portside

The North harbor is a charismatic area in development. Like a peninsula that shoots out of Copenhagen, with the Øresund coast quite close. The entrance to the city and Denmark's largest marina is right next door. There is walking distance to Østerbro and the city center. With the new metro, the North harbor is connected to "Cityringen" and the rest of Copenhagen. It is possible to take the metro all the way from Kastrup Airport to the new Comwell Hotel.


Number of floors: 6
Number of rooms: 445

Standard Small:
Standard Double: 189
Superior Double: 50
Superior Double x 2: 36
Superior Double Handicap: 9
Junior Suite: 7
Suite: 1
Executive Suite: 1

Furthermore restaurant, bar, lounge, cellar.

Meeting facilities

Meeting rooms: 

  • 17 Conference Rooms 
  • Ball Room A + B at total 410 m2 with seatings for 400 people maximum, in theater setup. Can be split up into two rooms
  • Large Led screen, and projector
  • Special effect lights from Flos.
  • Event room in the basement with room for 400 people. Half of the P-cellar can be shared from the remaining P-cellar. Ideal for large events.


Alexandriagade 1, 2150 Nordhavn, Copenhagen


Metro: 100 m
Center of Copenhagen: 4 km
Copenhagen Airport: 13 km
Nordhavn St.: 1 km
Cruise terminal: 2 km
Aarhus street quarter: 800 m


Parking spaces in the basement: 89 (of which 5 for electric vehicles + 4 for motorcycles) 
Bike Parking: 150 seats

300 metres from the hotel a car park is built with an additional 300 parking spaces. In addition to that there will by 100 parking spaces on street.


Architect: Arkitema Architects
Construction: KPC
Funding: AP Pension and Keva
Size: 25.145 m2
Price: A three-digit million amount
Opens: January 2021

Overview of the building area

Trælastholmen becomes the most compact neighborhood in the North harbor with buildings of 4 to 6 floors and a single higher building. A continuous white facade ensures a connection with the existing white buildings at Svanemølle harbor, thereby strengthening the architectural character of the area.