MEETING ROOMS OR LARGE EVENTS
On the ground floor, you’ll find the Gyldenløve, Moltke and Abildgaard Salons, all of which are suitable for small meetings, dinners, or as additional facilities to the first floor for those large mingle events hosting up to 1,000 guests, or for conferences with 400 guests that require breakout rooms.
The Gyldenløve Salon features windows facing Bredgade in continuation of Moltkes Salon. The Gyldenløve Salon is named for Count Ulrik Frederik Gyldenløve, who built the original edifice then known as ‘Gyldenløve’s Little Mansion.’ The ‘large’ mansion is situated on the corner of Kongens Nytorv and Nyhavn and is today known as Charlottenborg Palace. In 1955, the original panels were rediscovered and the ancient artworks were restored by conservators of the National Museum of Denmark. The walls also feature old maps of Copenhagen of that era within the ancient fortifications.
Moltkes Salon features windows facing Bredgade in continuation of the Abildgaard Salon and the Gyldenløve Salon. During Count A. W. Moltkes’ residency, the salons served as the count’s offices. The space is adorned with classic overdoor panels created by master painter Nicolaj Abildgaard. With its clean, pure lines, the salon boasts a style that can be described as a traditional take on contemporary minimalism.
The Abildgaard Salon features windows facing Bredgade in continuation of the Steward’s Office and Moltkes Salon. The Abildgaard Salon is named for painter Nicolaj Abildgaard, whose artworks adorn the room in the form of three overdoor panels, which portray the Jewish, Christian and Islamic faiths.
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Up to 150 guests