Green Key

Hotel & Conference

Wakeup Bernstorffsgade

2 of 5 Stars


Det Økologiske Spisemærke

Wakeup Bernstorffsgade has 585 new, comfortable rooms and is the latest Wakeup Hotel. It is in a renovated building at Kalvebod Brygge - just a stone's throw away from Central Station and Tivoli Amusement Park.

Wakeup Bernstoffsgade is a smart, stylish hotel designed by architect Kim Utzon with focus on functionality and design. There are inviting rooms sized between 12-15 m2, and the amenities include air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, comfortable workspaces and free wireless internet. The hotel's furniture is made by some of the best Danish furniture manufacturers.

In a nutshell, you get reasonable prices, cool design and a central location. The hotel is comparable to many of Copenhagen's 3 and 4-star hotels, yet the prices reflect those of a 2-star hotel.

If you would like to stay central at budget prices, then Wakeup Copenhagen on Bernstoffsgade is a perfect choice. The hotel is next door to the Marriott Hotel - within walking distance of Tivoli Gardens, the Town Hall Square, the pedestrian street called Strøget, the harbour baths at Islands Brygge, and Copenhagen Central Station. Public transport is easily accessible.

Environmental efforts

Wakeup has been a Green Key member since 2018 and is a part of Arp Hansen's overall environmental efforts.

Wakeup's concept is environmentally friendly.  The hotels use LED lighting, key cards and sensors to limit energy consumption. All four hotels encourage guests and staff to sort waste, minimise linen/towel and plastic use, and to purchase mostly organic products.



Copenhagen, Denmark's capital has been selected for the world's best city to visit, and this is largely because the city and its surroundings have so much to offer. From delicate Michelin star restaurants to street food markets and cozy cafés in parks and squares. Copenhagen is a green and bicycle-friendly city, and there is a short way to either a green area or the water.

Copenhagen was Europe's environmental capital, European Green Capital, in 2014. The city's ambitious green profile has a clear goal: The City of Copenhagen is committed to becoming the world's first CO2-neutral capital in 2025. Swim in the clean water in the city's harbor baths, stay in an environmentally certified hotel , eat organic, and explore the capital on one of the new electric city bikes.

75% of the city's hotel rooms are eco-labeled with either the Swan or Green Key.

Wonderful Copenhagen has a sustainability strategy for tourism and is the first in the world to be labeled with the Green Tourism Organization eco-label.