Core Hospitality Signs Agreement With Marriott International to Bring Fairfield by Marriott to Denmark

USA, Bethesda, Maryland. June 23, 2021

Danish management company Core Hospitality has signed an agreement with Marriott International to debut Fairfield by Marriott in Denmark. Expected to open in 2023, Fairfield by Marriott Copenhagen Nordhavn will be located in the city's North Harbour district, just five kilometres from the city centre. Thoughtfully considered for the European market, the 222- guestroom hotel is set to offer the brand's renowned warm service, along with amenities including 24/7 retail outlet, bar, gym and bike rental.

"It's an honour to bring our partnership with Marriott International to new heights with the signing of Fairfield by Marriott Copenhagen Nordhavn. The hotel's prime location on the waterfront at PFA's Nordø project in Copenhagen's North Harbor district provides a beautiful backdrop for the new hotel." says Per Denker Sørensen, CEO of Core Hospitality. "We look forward to welcoming guests with Fairfield by Marriott's longstanding tradition of warm hospitality, paired with relaxed and efficient design and modern, timeless style."

The hotel is expected to showcase Fairfield by Marriott's design ethos inspired by the beauty of simplicity. The effortlessly relaxed and efficient hotel design is fused with a modern, timeless and contemporary North European aesthetic and draws inspiration from the hotel's peaceful waterfront surroundings.

Further enhancing Fairfield by Marriott Copenhagen Nordhavn's credentials, the hotel is expected to be built in compliance with the eco-certificate DGNB Gold and operated as a Green Key hotel, making it one of the most sustainable hotels in the area.

The hotel will be located just 500 metres from the nearest metro station, which will take guests straight into the city centre in under six minutes. The transformed North Harbour district, one of Europe's largest new urban development areas, includes several local offerings such as the Sandkaj harbour bath, Lüder's recreational space, a cinema, supermarkets, restaurants, and cafes.

Fairfield by Marriott Copenhagen Nordhavn will be part of the dual-branded complex, which also includes longer stay hotel Residence Inn Copenhagen Nordhavn, another Marriott International branded property.

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