Group focus: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to expand footprint in Denmark by 2021 [Construction Report]

A glimpse at Wyndham’s first property in Denmark (Photo:
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts)

The hospitality company will establish its first Danish property
via a collaboration with Danish chain Comwell Hotels.


Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
, the world’s largest hotel
franchising company, has announced the signing of a new agreement
with
Comwell Hotels
, an award-winning hotel chain in Denmark.

This exclusive agreement will see multiple hotels open under the

Dolce Hotels and Resorts
by Wyndham brand within Denmark.

More significantly, this collaboration marks Wyndham’s entry
into the Danish market, and it will initially include two openings
in Copenhagen and Aarhus.

Peter
Schelde
, Group CEO of Comwell Hotels, said: “We are delighted
to have found in Wyndham Hotels & Resorts a like-minded partner
which shares our values and aspirations, and are looking forward to
opening our first and largest newly built hotel in Copenhagen
together. The demand for quality accommodation and conference and
meeting space is continuing to grow in Denmark, and working with
one of the largest hotel companies in the world will enable us to
further cement our position in the market and attract more
international guests.”

The collaboration with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts will not
impact Comwell Hotels’ ownership.

Dolce by Wyndham – a brand for special moments

Dolce by Wyndham is one of Wyndham’s 20 iconic hotel brands,
and it is specifically designed to inspire and delight guests by
creating extraordinary moments.

Dolce by Wyndham hotels around the world offer state-of-the-art
meeting spaces with advanced technology, curated cuisine and
inspiring activities, all in breath-taking surroundings in
countries including France, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Germany,
Belgium, the U.S. and now Denmark.

Dimitris
Manikis
, President and Managing Director, Wyndham Hotels &
Resorts EMEA, said: “With charming architecture and design, an
imaginative culinary scene and a welcoming population, it is no
surprise that Denmark is increasingly attracting more international
visitors.”

“The country has positioned itself as a growing hub for
conferences and business events and we are thrilled to enter this
attractive market with Comwell Hotels. Their solid expertise in the
meetings, incentives, conferencing, exhibitions segment, and
reputation for managing hotels to an exceptional standard makes
them a strong match for our Dolce by Wyndham brand and a perfect
partner to launch the brand in Scandinavia,” Mr Manikis
elaborated.

Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham


The Comwell Copenhagen Portside, Dolce by Wyndham
is slated to
open in 2021 in Trælastholmen, a vibrant district of Nordhavn.

Situated right next to the harbour with easy access to many
recreational areas, the hotel will feature captivating architecture
inspired by Copenhagen’s historic warehouses.

It will boast 484 rooms, 17 conference rooms and modern
facilities including a restaurant, bar and two green atriums. The
hotel will be the first and largest in Comwell’s collection in
Copenhagen.

Comwell Aarhus, Dolce by Wyndham is in central Aarhus,
Denmark’s second-largest city, close to the harbour, surrounded
by cosy cafes and restaurants. The hotel is currently open and will
be re-flagged.

It has 240 rooms, a versatile conference space, a restaurant and
a bar. The hotel offers guests wonderful views of Aarhus and
features stylish and urban décor, furnished by the Danish design
company HAY.

Dolce by Wyndham hotels in Denmark and around the world
participate in Wyndham Hotels & Resorts’ award-winning
loyalty programme, offering over 77 million enrolled members the
opportunity to redeem points at thousands of properties
globally.

Let’s take a look at a few more upcoming hotel projects by
Wyndham in the EMEA region:


Dolce Hotels & Resorts Bad Nauheim


Wyndham Addis Ababa Bole Road


Wyndham Deira Waterfront

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Group focus: Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to expand footprint in Denmark by 2021 [Construction Report]