Covid-19 in Copenhagen
The situation in Copenhagen has been shifting recently, hence a lot more regulations have been implemented. As a traveler, one needs to be extra cautious when visiting the city.
The Danish Government established strict measures to prevent coronavirus from spreading. Everyone needs to comply with the measures or fines for violation of the ban will be filed. Social distancing is very important during this time, whether it is on the street, in grocery shops and during essential travels by public transport, with at least a 2-metre distance from others.
These are the main rules to follow in Copenhagen to prevent the coronavirus from spreading:
- It is compulsory to wear face masks on public transport across the country
- It is now compulsory to wear masks when in cafes and restaurants during ordering and walking around the establishment. It is ok to take the masks off while sitting down.
- Schools, restaurants, theatres, cinemas and retail stores have recently reopened
- Bars and restaurants stay open until 10pm
- Indoor sports halls, gyms, training centers, swimming pools and similar venues allowed to reopen, with training equipment to be be disinfected after each use
- Public transport only for essential journeys.
NORD Collection was founded in 2015 with the vision of eliminating all the hassle associated with Airbnb private home rentals.
NORD Collection offers guests the free-spirit independence that comes with staying at an apartment, the comfort of a hotel, and a dedicated 24/7 online concierge service. To ensure you a pleasant and hassle-free vacation, they will be online to assist you out prior to, during, and subsequent to your stay, whilst offering hospitality of the highest standards.
NORD Collection are operating in Copenhagen and have a lot of different types of apartments. Single units, but they are also managing luxurious apartment hotels located in the city center.
All their apartments are equipped smart locks and all guests receive a unique code.
They have among the best rated hotels in Copenhagen and are now offering you some of the best COVID-19 friendly apartments in the city.
NORD Hotel Apartments’ COVID-19 Friendly Apartments
NORD Hotel Apartments have a total of 19 apartments in different sizes – suitable for 2-10 guests. All the apartments are Corona-friendly apartments.
All the apartments are equipped with a smart-lock and all guests are receiving a unique code for their stay. The reception is in the cloud 24/7/365 and the guests can contact our reception service by phone or messages. This means that you can book your stay, check in and stay in the apartment with completely no physical contact with other guests or member of our staff. But at the same time we are always online to answering any kind of questions.
You can explore NORD Collection’s COVID-19 Apartments HERE.
Or you can find more of them and book through AirBNB.
Photos: Pia Simms
You can contact NORD Collection with the following options.
Phone: +45 31 49 90 37
Fill out the contact form: Here
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