Calling all architectural enthusiasts: Scandinavia’s biggest design hotel is slated to open this weekend, and rooms are available for booking.
The 814-room Bella Sky Hotel in Copenhagen’s Ørestad neighbourhood is comprised of two towers, which lean away from each other at a 15-degree angle (that’s 11 degrees more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Inhabitat points out).
The design allows for every guest to have an unblocked view of the Copenhagen skyline.
The building was also designed for sustainability: the blue and white patterned facade was specifically designed to insulate the building from solar heat and heat loss, according to architect 3XN.
Perhaps the most interesting feature, however, is the Bella Donna floor, a section of the hotel reserved exclusively for women.
According to the hotel website:
First and foremost, this floor features increased security in hallways and rooms, allowing all women to feel secure and relaxed.
And inside the rooms we have provided extra hangers for skirts and dresses, an ironing board and iron, international women’s magazines and the softest bed linen we could find…
The bathrooms feature an extra large showerhead, powerful hand shower, a good makeup mirror and a large and effective hairdryer as well as organic beauty supplies, disposable razors and large towels…
The minibar offers champagne, organic juices and premium chocolates.
Book it: Rooms at the hotel, which opens May 16, run between $143 and $230 per person, per night.
Get there: Round trip flights from New York to Copenhagen start at around $1,112.
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