HOTEL HVIDE HUS - KØGE COPENHAGEN -

The hotel is a first class Meeting & Conference Hotel, focusing on the conference and private parties. The hotel has 127 rooms. Many of the rooms have their own balcony and is decorated with designs ranging from particular Gubi, Philippe Starck and Kenzo.


The hotel has a stunning location overlooking the Køge Bay, close to water and forests and golf courses. Good public transport facilities have made Hotel Hvide Hus Køge an attractive starting point for tourists and business travelers and is a popular meeting & conference center, only 30 minutes drive from Copenhagen's bustling city center.

With the slogan "Symbol of Scandinavian Hospitality" you are guaranteed quality and service excellence. With many years experience and strong vision for the future and investing in hotels, Helnan International Hotels will always strive to stay abreast of their future needs.


PLEASE NOTE
The hotel is closed from the 20th December 2009 to 3 January 2010 (both days inclusive).
In the closing period we refer to telephone Helnan Marselis on tel +45 86 14 44 11



History

Hotel Hvide Hus in Køge was built in 1966 by timber champion Aage V. Jensen. The through-the Aage V. Jensen hotels was that they were located in a scenic area in need of tourism development. Hotel Hvide Hus in Køge was thus located near the forest and with stunning views over Køge Bay.

Aage V. Jensen grew up in Aalborg, where he worked as an independent carpenter. Upon his death in 1986 he was one of Denmark's wealthiest people, and his modest lifestyle left a huge fortune that went to the Aage V. Jensen Foundation, which aims to conserve nature and protect wildlife.

In 2007, the Hotel Hvide Hus in Køge acquired by the Scandinavian hotel chain Helnan International Hotels. Helnan Group is owned by Enan Galaly originally started his successful career in the White House group, which currently owns 4 - and 5-stjernde hotels worldwide.


Hotel Hvide Hus -  Strandvejen 111 - 4600 Køge - Telefon: (+45) 56653690 - Fax: (+45) 56663314