Arp-Hansen Hotel Group

Arp-Hansen Hotel Group is a hotel chain based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Arp-Hansen Hotel Group consists of privately-owned, centrally-located hotels comprising Phoenix Copenhagen, 71 Nyhavn Hotel, Imperial Hotel, The Square, Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center, Copenhagen Island, Copenhagen Strand, Gentofte Hotel and Wakeup Copenhagen Hotels as well as Copenhagen’s brand new luxury hostel, Steel House Copenhagen. Arp-Hansen Hotel Group covers approximately 22% of the room capacity in Copenhagen and has, in addition, more than 100 meeting and conference rooms and one congress hall.

Arp-Hansen Hotel Group
FounderAlf Arp-Hansen
Number of locations
12 hotels
Key people
Dorte Krak(CEO), Henning Arp-Hansen(Chairman)

In October 2018 Arp-Hansen Hotel Group opened a brand new Wakeup hotel at a very central location. The new hotel has 585 rooms located on the corner of Bernstorffsgade and Kalvebod Brygge. Arp-Hansen Hotel Group has a total of 4,350 rooms in Copenhagen and Aarhus.


The company was founded in 1960 when Alf Arp-Hansen acquired Gentofte Hotel. His son Henning Arp-Hansen took over operations in 1980.[1]


Henning Arp Hansen owns 51 percent of the company. His younger brother owns 39 per cent and CEO Dorthe Krak owns the remaining 10 per cent of the company.[2]



  1. "Arp-Hansen Hotel Group". Aro-Hansen Hotel Group. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
  2. "Stenrige brødre tjener mere end nogensinde på kendt hotel-kæde". Ekstra Bladet (in Danish). Retrieved 22 March 2018.
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