The Radisson Blu Falconer is the only four-star hotel with a direct Metro link to Copenhagen International Airport, the Radisson Blu makes getting in and out of the city as easy as a 19-minute ride on the Metro. As an added convenience, guests can pre-arrange for parking and airport transfers by emailing email@example.com.
Directions from Airport by Metro
Copenhagen Metro offers a robust transportation system, directly linking the airport to the Radisson Blu Falconer. From the airport, take the main line in the direction of Vanløse (trains from this stop only run in one direction) and disembark at Frederiksberg station. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes. The airport station is located at Terminal 3. The cost for a single ride is 24 DKK.
Directions from Airport by Taxi
Taxis depart from all arrivals areas at the Copenhagen International Airport. Note that taxi fares include VAT and tips.
The Danish Krone (DKK) is the official currency of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
It is suggested that you exchange your currency either before departing your home or upon arrival at the airport. The hotel offers reliable currency exchange services, too.
In and Around Copenhagen
Home to "the happiest people on earth," Copenhagen enjoys life at an easier pace. Guests enjoy the cosmopolitan city, but also find that the city is steeped with old world charm. Bicycle lanes and cobblestone streets lead visitors through wonderful shopping districts like the shops at Stroget and Kongens Nytorv, as well as the buzzing harbor area of Nyhavn. A memorable way to see the Little Mermaid statue and the rest of the city, guided boat tours meander through lovely canals, offering a unique perspective of Copenhagen. Guests looking for adventure should experience Tivoli Gardens, a vintage amusement park boasting exciting entertainment, numerous restaurants and beautiful flower gardens. To appreciate European and Danish paintings from the 15th century, guests can wander the National Gallery as well.
Plan your activities in advance by contacting the hotel concierge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Nearby events and attractions, all accessible in 15 minutes or less from the hotel:
Climate and Dress
Copenhagen’s average high temperature in September is 17°C (63°F) and the average low temperature at night is 10°C (50°F). In September, the city sees an average of 62 mm (2.45 inches) of rain, with 15 days of rainfall. The average day in September has 7 hours of sunshine.
The meeting encourages business casual attire. Meeting rooms are well air conditioned, and the inside temperature might be slightly warmer or cooler than you find comfortable. Therefore, it is suggested that you dress in layers (light jackets and/or shawls are a good idea to have with you).