Archive for October, 2008

Avenue Hotel wins business award

Tuesday, October 14th, 2008

Tuesday, September 30th, LIFE (the Faculty of Life Science).

There was much rejoicing among the attendants when the Municipality of Frederiksberg declared Avenue Hotel the winner of its prestigious Business Award. The Mayor of Frederiksberg, Mads Lebech, presented the diploma and a sculpture for the mantlepiece made by local sculptor, Carsten Jensen, to Avenue Hotel’s Commander in Chief, Mai Kappenberger.

General Manager, Mai Kappenberger, at the award ceremony

General Manager, Mai Kappenberger, at the Award Ceremony.

Mai Kappenberger expressed her profound gratitude, feeling both honored and overwhelmed by having the hotel singled out among 7,000 contestants. The judges had taken special note of not only the atmosphere and the surroundings of the Avenue Hotel, but also the wide array of interesting events taking place every so often, placing Frederiksberg on the map.

All employees celebrated by continuing to work smarter, not harder. A follow up attempt to make September 30th a National Holiday sadly was shot down by the Ministry dealing with such matters. Team Avenue wasn’t put down, though, and will keep on truckin’ into 2009.


Yellow Lounge Wednesdays

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Copenhagen Wednesdays no longer need to be dull and uneventful. Together with Deutsche Grammophon, Avenue Hotel presents its weekly Yellow Lounge evenings where celebrated DJs, Peer Kaae and Katrine Ring, take turns to mix classical music in the laid back surroundings of the hotel lounge.

The Yellow Lounge concept was born in Berlin at the dawn of the new millenium, the idea being to take the classical music out of the concert halls and bring it to people in a different form and in new, exciting environments.

Come and try out the unique concept free of charge (!) every Wednesday from 20:00 – 23:00 at the Avenue Hotel lounge bar. Lean back in the couches with a cocktail, close your eyes and let the DJ treat you to an outstanding experience.

See you there!


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