Update May 11th 2020

The hotel is continuously closed for individual stays until August 2nd 2020.

We are open for meetings with- and without overnight stays for a maximum of 10 people in our meeting rooms, until June 8th 2020. Please contact us with your request by phone +45 7551 0000.

The Hotel is currently renovating 110 bathrooms, which means we have a limited room capacity.


Update April 8th 2020

As a consequence of Mondays press conference with the prime minister, Hotel Koldingfjord is still temporarily closed.


Update April 3rd 2020

The situation surrounding COVID-19 is still undetermined and it is unsure how long the Danish government continues the lockdown of Denmark.


We have therefore decided, that Hotel Koldingfjord will be closed until May 3rd 2020. Naturally we will contact all guest who will be influenced by this in connection with events in the effected period. 


Updated Marts 19th 2020

Based on the announcement from the Prime Minister, Hotel Koldingfjord has decided to close - provisionally until Monday April 13th 2020.

If you have questions regarding planned visits to Hotel Koldingfjord, you are always welcome to telephone us on +45 7551 0000 or send us an email at rec@remove-this.koldingfjord.dk.

It is with great regret that we have to temporarily close the hotel. But of course we fully understand the difficult situation that Denmark and the rest of the world are in the middle of. 

We hope you will take good care of each other and encourage you to follow all the advice and guidance of the health authorities.

We look forward to welcoming you back, once everyday life returns to normal.


Updated Marts 12th 2020 

Hotel Koldingfjord stays open – also during the next few weeks.

- Other important functions of society may need to accommodate key figures in the region. So, we will keep our hotel open and assist wherever we can, says Peder J Madsen, General Manager of Hotel Koldingfjord.

Like all other hotels, Hotel Koldingfjord has experienced cancellations of meetings and courses. This means a low level of activity, permitting the hotel staff to be divided into two groups who can take over from each other.

- We do everything in our power to avoid disseminating the virus between our staff and guests. However, we find ourselves in entirely uncharted territory which means taking every precaution that comes to mind, says Peder J Madsen.

If you have questions regarding planned visits to Hotel Koldingfjord, you are always welcome to telephone us on +45 7551 0000 or send us an email at rec@remove-this.koldingfjord.dk.

To our guests at Hotel Koldingfjord

We always give the highest priority to the safety of our guests and staff and, for this reason, we follow the regulations of the relevant authorities on potential threats, including the risk of infection.

At Hotel Koldingfjord, we closely follow the situation relating to COVID-19 – both in Denmark and abroad – and we stay updated via the Danish sector research institute, Statens Serum Institut (SSI) as well as the Danish Health Authority, the latter of which states at sst.dk:

Hotel stays, conference management or other events with many participants: 
Basically, no special measures are required to be taken in relation to the hosting of events. For this reason, conferences and sizeable events may be held as planned. Hotel Koldingfjord displays posters with hygiene advice on how to prevent infection. (source: sst.dk)

In the interest of the safety of our guests and staff, we have already taken a number of measures recommended by the health authorities, including:

  • Displaying the Health Authority posters encouraging increased hygiene e.g. through the use of handsanitizers and showing consideration when sneezing and coughing – as a means of general protection against infection of oneself as well as others (common cold, flu and corona virus).

  • Providing additional hand sanitizer dispensers.

  • Increased cleaning – especially in areas of heavy traffic as well as in public toilet facilities, of doorhandles, banisters, etc.

The health authorities estimate that the risk of COVID-19 spreading in Denmark remains low and that the risk of our health services being challenged is low, as our health services are well-prepared and trained in handling patients with suspected or confirmed infectious disease. (source: sst.dk)

You can ask our hotel reception for free sanitizing wipes, gloves and mask, if required.

We are also available to answer questions relating to the above.

Best regards
Hotel Koldingfjord AS

Peder J. Madsen
General Manager