The surrounding area is one of the newest parts of Copenhagen called Orestad. It is known for its spectacular architecture – and that we have Nature Park Amager in the backyard.
Freetown Christiania is only 15 minutes' drive from Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers but it's a world away from conventional city life. This commune became a global symbol of counter culture in the 1970s and remains a beacon for artists and intellectuals. As a perfect contrast you find the uniquely designed Copenhagen Opera House by the waterfront - just a short walk from the freetown.
Right next to the hotel you will find Copenhagen's new multi- and concerthall Royal Arena. So if you are going to one of the many concerts or other events in Copenhagen, Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers is the place to stay. Also in the neighbourhood is the Royal Championship Golf course, that is designed by one of the world's leading golf course architects, and are open for guests all year.
Go shopping: Next door to the hotel you have Scandinavia's largest shopping mall Fields. If that is not enough, hop on the Metro and be in the town centre within 10min. Explore Ørestad: The new part of Copenhagen surround the hotel. Experience spectacular architecture and design and not least, the large Nature Park Amager - one of Europes largest nature reserves near a capital city.
Tivoli Gardens is more than a world famous theme park. Michelin-starred restaurants, epoch-defining architecture and a year-round programme of concerts offer ample alternatives to nerve-shredding rides, Tivoli Gardens Is conveniently located in the Town Centre by the Town Hall Square, the main shopping street Stroeget, the Central Station and only 10min from the hotel by train.
Doing what the locals do - experience Copenhagen on two wheels. Copenhagen is synonomous with the City Bike, that is easily rented and takes you to the sights in no time. Also try the traditional Danish lunch:Smoerrebrod with herring, pork liver pate, cheese and sundry other Nordic specialities are liberally piled on sliced rye bread and washed down with local beer and Danish schnapps.