Bel Air Hotel Copenhagen (Copenhagen)

Bel Air Hotel Copenhagen (Copenhagen)
Bel Air Hotel Copenhagen

country: Denmark, city: Copenhagen (Kastrup International Airport)

Bel Air Hotel Copenhagen Bel Air Hotel CopenhagenBel Air Hotel offers a relaxed atmosphere, a friendly staff and a good location in a calm neighbourhood, on the Copenhagen Island of Amager. The property is close to the airport, Bella centre, Oeresunds, Oeretsden and a beautifully listed heritage houses. The hotel boasts 92 rooms that are well decorated in soft colours as well as have standard amenities.
Bel Air provides a breakfast restaurant, which serves Scandinavian and French cuisine as well as a lounge where you can enjoy a cup of coffee. A meeting room that can accommodate up to 35 people is also available at the premises.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Conference facilities
Currency exchange
Parking facilities
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite

Extra Information:
Distance to Copenhagen Airport: 8 min by Car

Lojtegardsvej 99
2770 Kastrup

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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