Recommended Accommodations

Imperial Hotel Copenhagen

The Imperial Hotel Copenhagen is a modern four-star hotel in the heart of Copenhagen. The hotel is next to the Vesterport metro station, which you may easily take to travel to the conference venue, UN City. See Google maps route here, which instructs: Take A train to Nordhavn Station from Vesterport (3 stops), and then walk 600m (7 min) to the UN City Venue at Marmorvej 51. *Look carefully at map beforehand for specific walking instructions as it can be confusing. 

Imperial Hotel Copenhagen

Map image of Imperial Hotel Copenhagen location

Imperial Hotel Copenhagen  (View Imperial Hotel Copenhagen location via Google Maps)
Vester Farimagsgade 9
DK- 1606 Copenhagen V
Tel. + 45 3312 8000
General inquiries: 

To Make Reservation:

Please click on Group Booking link- Imperial Hotel Copenhagen (There is a limited number of rooms available at this rate).
*All bookings made within 30 days prior to arrival will be non-refundable and non-changeable.

**After proceeding to the Imperial Hotel Booking webpage, you should see "UNICEF Supply Division" in the upper right-hand side of the page.  In case the link fails to work, please visit, and enter login: 132389, with password: hotel.

Conference Rate  (if booked between April 13th – May 22nd)

  • Standard Single        DKK 1490,00 / $214.63 USD / 200.35 EUR (Without breakfast)
  • Standard Single        DKK 1565,00 / $225.46 USD / 210.44 EUR (With breakfast)
  • Standard Double       DKK 1645,00 / $236.99 USD / 221.20 EUR (Without breakfast)
  • Standard Double       DKK 1765,00 / $254.40 USD / 237.34 EUR (With breakfast)

For other questions about booking, please contact: Tommy Kloch Rasmussen, Reservations Manager, or +45-3312-8000.

Adina Copenhagen (Apartments/Hotel)

This hotel is fully booked as of May 3rd.

The 128 spacious one or two bedroom apartments and studio rooms are designed to suit your needs, enticing you to make yourself at home whilst exploring this exciting city. Rooms are modern and stylish, yet include plenty of lifestyle comforts and Australian-inspired décor. Each room type is perfect for entertaining or kicking back and relaxing after a busy day of sightseeing.

Adino Apartment Hotel

Adina Apartment Hotel* (visit website
*Within walking distance of the UN City venue (View Adina Apartment Hotel via Google Maps)
Amerika Pl. 7, 2100
København Ø, Denmark
+45 39 69 10 00

To Make Reservation: 

Please e-mail Liliya Popova, Revenue & Reservations Manager, at, and mention that you are attending the Health & Humanitarian Logistics Conference and will use booking code: UN050717. This code corresponds to rate of DKK 1240 or $177.22 USD per night for a 1-bedroom apartment (45m2) with bathroom, washing and drying machine, living room with TV, and fully equipped kitchen, including breakfast. The rate is per room, regardless of single or double occupancy.

Adina Cancellation Policy:

  • 30 days prior - No penalty to cancel entire booking.
  • 20 - 29 days - Up to 50% of rooms/apartments may be cancelled without penalty.
  • 15-19 days - Up to 10 % of remaining rooms/apartments may be cancelled without penalty.
  • Less than 15 days – no Cancellation is allowed.

*Since June is high travel season, please confirm your reservation as soon as possible.

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Area Information


Please note that the conference organizers will not provide airport transfer or assistance in booking accommodations for conference attendees. Please see information at left to book a hotel or shared accommodation or the Area Information page for assistance with transportation.

Travel Info

Attendees should book air travel into Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup. This airport is the main international airport serving Copenhagen, Denmark.
Local currency is the “Kroner” (1 USD is approx. 7 DKK and 1 Euro is approx. 7.5 Danish kroner). You can pay with international cards many places in Copenhagen and often at hotels. Local time zone will be CET (Central Europe Time) UTC+2:00DST on the date of the conference.
Copenhagen summers are comfortable, with high temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to the low 70s. Still, you should pack some warm clothes to protect against cool winds, which sweep across from the Baltic Sea (even the summer sees its share of chilly breezes).
Denmark, like most other European countries, has 220-volt AC, 50Hz current and uses two-pin continental plugs.
If you visit from the UK and Ireland, you will need an adaptor for electric appliances, whereas North Americans need a transformer in order to use their 110/125V appliances | type A & B plugs. About adapters, converters and transformers.

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About the Conference Series

The Health & Humanitarian Conference series is organized each year by the Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS) at Georgia Tech in partnership with INSEAD, MIT, and Northeastern University, with generous support from corporate and other organizational sponsors.

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