A room that makes an impression
When you step into the Gyldne Sal, you encounter a unique and highly distinctive space. The Gyldne Sal is situated on the first floor, with windows facing Dronningens Tværgade, in an organic flow with both the rooms on the ground floor and the adjacent rooms on the first floor.
The Gyldne Sal originally held the extensive collection of paintings belonging to the Moltke family, which owned the mansion for two generations. The collection was among the first to be made accessible to the public, which was quite extraordinary for the time.
The transformation of the Gyldne Sal was completed in 2007. From a simple and somewhat spartan look, the room is now adorned with sculptor Bjørn Nørgaard’s vivid murals depicting the history of crafts. The exact title of the works is: “The saga of crafts – a fantasy in five acts.”
The colourful palette gives the space an entirely unique look. This impression is enhanced by the modern chandeliers and numerous wave-shaped wall sconces. All in all, the Gyldne Sal is the very essence of a noble mansion that has undergone changes over the years that allow it to stay current.
Shown below, max. capacity for your event in the Gyldne Sal. Contact us for inspiration for bespoke setups for your next event.
130 guests at 10-person tables
ROWS OF CHAIRS
CABARET-STYLE SETUP FOR 6-PERSON TABLES
The Banqueting Hall
Up to 400 guests
Add-on bookings available at an additional charge.
Add-on bookings available at an additional charge for 400+ guests