Where to stay and how to get around

We know that many of you are visiting from abroad. To make things a bit simpler, we have prepared this quick guide on where to stay and how to get around.


The conference is held in the part of town called “Vesterbro”, which is not far from the meat packing district. There plenty of hotels real close! We recommend you to stay in either the “Vesterbro” district or somewhere downtown.

Savoy Hotel — The ColdFront Hotel

The Savoy Hotel is housed in the Løvenborg building and is designed by architect Anton Rosen, who is also known for the Tuborg building in Hellerup and the Palace Hotel at the Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen).

The deal: As a ColdFronter you get the following deal

You pay just 825,- DKK for a single-room, and 925,- DKK for a double room, and that includes breakfast!

You can book your room by sending an email to [email protected] and be sure mention you are an attendee of ColdFront. Use the discount code "F18171", and the Savoy Hotel will help you with the booking.

Random fact: The building was originally the first in Denmark to have an elevator. And today, more than 100 years later, the elevator is still working and can be used by hotel guests.

The address of the hotel is: Vesterbrogade 34 1620 København V Denmark.

Brøchner Hotels - beautiful boutique hotels

We are also pleased to have a special deal with Brøchner Hotels, the company behind several beautiful boutique hotels where ColdFronters are able to get 15% off the current day rate for the dates: Nov 13-15 2018.

The deal covers the following hotels: Hotel SP34, Hotel Danmark, Avenue Hotel Copenhagen og Hotel Astoria. To book, simply reserve in the above interval and use the discount code COLDFRONT (in ALL CAPS).

Other hotels

The historical one: Babette Guldsmeden

The one located in city centre: Ibsens hotel

The charming but quirky: Hotel Rye

The cheaper one if you book ahead: Wake up Borgergade

The luxury hostel (10%): Steel House


When you arrive in Copenhagen, it is easy to find public transportation and get around by trains, Metro, busses (and waterbuses). One of the perks when traveling in Denmark is the Danish punctuality, so expect the public transportation to be very reliable and punctual. All means of transport can be accessed with the same ticket, so all you need to know are the number of zones you'll pass on your journey, since Copenhagen is divided into different zones.

Get to the city centre

By metro, it only takes 15 minutes from CPH Airport and 10 minutes by bus to get to Nørreport station, Copenhagen’s traffic nerve center. From here you can easily reach your hotel. You can buy a ticket for public transport in the arrivals hall of CPH Airport. 

Bike, Bike, Bike!

Join the locals ride a bike around Copenhagen. You can rent a bike at almost every bikeshop around the city or rent a bycykel (The City Bike), the City Bike is after all synonymous with Copenhagen.