Royal Arena, Copenhagen
Royal Arena, Copenhagen - Address
Address: Hannemanns Allé 20, 2300 København S, Denmark
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About Royal Arena, Copenhagen
Royal Arena is an upcoming multi-use indoor arena in Ørestad Syd, a new development in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark. The ground is expected to be broken for construction mid-2013 with the arena to open in the autumn 2016. It will have a capacity of 12,500 for sporting events and up to 15,000 (either sitting or standing) for concerts. The project was presented at a press conference at Bella Sky Hotel on 23 September 2011. The design of the arena was presented on 7 June 2012. The winning design team consists of 3XN, HKS, Inc., Arup, ME Engineers and Planit. The arena will have a distinctly Nordic design. The arena will be one of two arenas (the other being Jyske Bank Boxen) to host the 2018 IIHF World Championship.Wikipedia
Overview of Royal Arena
Royal Arena is a place in Copenhagen in the country of Denmark. Royal Arena is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of Copenhagen.
Attractions like Church Of Our Saviour, Davids Samling, Grundtvigs Kirken, Copenhagen Opera House and Kongens Have are the usual crowd pullers of Copenhagen and you might easily miss out Royal Arena amidst these top things to do in Copenhagen.
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Beautiful arena that feels suited for a lot of different shows, each seating space has enough space for you to feel comfortable. Food options could maybe be a bit better. Was so lucky to visit it for the Blast Pro Series. Amazing venue for an amazing event!
Good connections to public transport. Good area for hotels around. And the arena itself is very nice and modern. Well laid out, a lot of areas for food, comfortable seats and sounds and atmosphere inside are good.
It's an modern Arena and as such a soulless box. But that said it's pretty neat to look at from the outside. Conveniently placed near the metro and regional trains. You can park at the nearby Field's shopping mall or one of the hotels. Entrance is mostly efficient. Security nice and relaxed. The wardrobe is self-service via an app (download it before coming). The price is about 30 dkk. You might have to look a little to find a empty one but there usually is. The food looks pretty boring and the beer is expensive as expected for such a place. The sound is usually quite ok for concerts and both the seating and the floor has mostly excellent views. All in all approved.
Great space, with clean and huge bathrooms, but your ticket is gonna be the cheap part of the event, cause a large beer costs 75 kroners (~10 dollars)
The place is huge but they still did a good job at making finding your seat very intuitive. Sound was okay but the stage seemed a little small, and alse the screens were really tiny, so visuals aren't as mind blowing as i would've wanted. Would be great to have shuttle busses after the concert as well, as getting on the subway was anarchic and very uncomfortable