Green Key awarded Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers, Hotel Kong Arthur and Axel Guldsmeden are listed as sustainable luxury hotels in Copenhagen in the Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) in-flight magazine Scandinavian Traveler.
The article featuring sustainable luxury in Copenhagen, Denmark presents the three hotels as luxurious sustainable hotels well worth a visit.
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers offers organic food, organic personal care products and the only lounge in the city with an indoor forest combined with luxurious and ultramodern surroundings.
The family-run boutique hotel, Hotel Kong Arthur, has an organic menu, a lovely courtyard, an elegant spa and is beautifully located between the lakes and the city center. Both Copenhagen Towers and Kong Arthur have been proud holders of the Green Key, the leading standard of excellence in environmental responsibility and sustainable operation within the tourism industry, for several years.
In the central district of Vesterbro you can find Axel Guldsmeden, offering cozy rooms and an atmospheric spa in addition to being an organic hotel. Axel Guldsmeden is one of the newest members to the Green Key family, having received its first award in October this year.
The article also mentions other sustainable attributes of Copenhagen; the city being named the world’s best city for cyclists and the fact that it has some of the purest bathing and drinking water as well as a thriving organic gourmet food scene.
You can read the full article in the SAS in-flight magazine Scandinavian Traveler online, on board or in the magazine app.
This is the second time within a short period that Green Key has been mentioned in an in-flight magazine. Green Key on board of Brussels Airlines was featured in the July issue of b.inpired magazine, which focused on sustainable development.
Source: Scandinavian Traveler