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Hotel Skt. Petri

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Krystalgade 22, 1172 Copenhagen K
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Hotel Skt. Petri
Description
Hotel Skt. Petri is the most designed hotel in the heart of Copenhagen and the only Danish member of Design Hotels. Close to the hotel you will find the Round Tower, the Church of Saint Petri and the prime shopping area. The metro and train station is only a 2 minutes walk from the hotel. The hotel's modern Scandinavian décor and the informal and very professional personal service always make our guests feel at home. The hotel offers 268 rooms, of which 27 are suites. 55 of the rooms have wonderful rooftop views of central Copenhagen from private terraces or balconies. Furthermore offers the hotel an exclusive Fitness Suite with both indoor and outdoor fitness facilities. The combination of the comfortable rooms, the amazing lobby, the splendid brasserie, the trendy café and the famous cocktail bar make Hotel Skt. Petri unique in every detail.

Capacity
Capacity in banqueting style:
160
Number of group rooms:
13
Capacity in theatre style:
240
Capacity in classroom style:
180
Hotel capacity
Rooms:
Single rooms:
Double rooms:
Suites:
Generel information
Meeting Venue Chain Membership: Nordic Choice Hotels
Type: Hotel

Facilities
Restaurant
Wireless access to internet
Bar
Café/cafeteria
Lift
Car parking
Access to internet

Mark of quality
Environmental certificate:
Green Key
The Green Key is a worldwide available eco-label awarded to leisure organizations, as hotels, youth hostels, conference- and holiday centres, campsites, holiday-houses and leisure facilities.

To obtain The Green Key the company has to fulfill a list of environmental requirements. These requirements are contained in a number of criteria. Besides environmental demands (by example to control the production of waste and the use of water, electricity, etc.), the criteria include demands on policy, action plans, education and communication.