Aarhus City Tower
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Aarhus City Tower (formerly HL Huset) is a building on Værkmestergade in Aarhus, Denmark and it is one of the tallest buildings in both the city and Denmark at large. At 94 meters it is the second tallest building in Aarhus after Aarhus Cathedral and, as of 2016, it is the fourth tallest building in Denmark. Aarhus City Tower is used as a Comwell hotel, offices and for conferences. Aarhus City Tower was built by the Danish businessman Hans Lorenzen through the contractor KPC with Rambøll as the engineer and Arkitema as the architect. The building is 25.000m² spread across 25 floors with an additional 13.000m² subterranean parking garage. It is the tallest building constructed in Aarhus since the 1930s when the cathedral got its 96 meter tall spire. The other floors has been rented by Bech-Bruun, Deloitte and the Danish hotel chain Comwell. The Comwell hotel has 240 rooms and conference facilities for 1000 people.
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English Comwell Aarhus
Aarhus' tallest skyscraper is where you'll find this 240-room hotel with rooms decorated in modern style. Fitness, restaurant, bar and lounges. Restaurant V serves every day, all day. Limited options for car parking. Green Key certified.