Hotel Review: Copenhagen Marriott

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The Copenhagen Marriott is located close to the Copenhagen City Center and is a Marriott Rewards Category 8 property if you’re looking to redeem Marriott Rewards points when staying here. It’s a modern Marriott hotel and is located directly on the Copenhagen River.

If you’re coming from the Copenhagen Airport and are looking to take public transportation the two options are going to the Christianshavn Subway Station, which is about a 15 minute walk or taking the train to Kobenhavns Hovedbanegard (Copenhagen Central Station), which is less than 10 minutes away.

Upon arrival around 12pm, we were informed that our room was not ready yet, but would be notified when it was. The front desk also suggested that I download the Marriott app, and then they could text us through that. As a Marriott Gold, I was upgraded to a River View room, which became available within an hour of our arrival.

Copenhagen Marriott exterior

River view room with two double beds

Nice view of the Copenhagen River


As a Marriott Gold member, I received access to the hotel’s executive lounge which is located on the lobby level, which you can enter with a key card. The lounge offers a nice breakfast spread each morning including several hot items, soft drinks and bottled water all day, along with beer, wine and appetizers in the evening.

Executive lounge entrance

Executive lounge seating

Executive lounge seating

Executive lounge business center

Executive lounge breakfast spread

Executive lounge breakfast spread

Executive lounge breakfast spread

Bottom Line

Overall I was pleased with the Copenhagen Marriott. It was modern property in the heart of the city, and having access to the Executive lounge was an added bonus since it meant having breakfast there each morning along with the heavy appetizers in the evening.

Copenhagen is limited on their “points” hotels, so if you are looking for a property where you can redeem your points, then this is a good option to the consider. The other Marriott is the AC Hotel by Marriott Bella Sky Copenhagen,however location wise it’s outside the city center and not walkable to the sights, so keep that in mind if you’re considering staying there.

Have you stayed at the Copenhagen Marriott before? Feel free to comment below on your experience. 

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