EIGCA 2013 Conference & AGM - Venues

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Accommodation

Due to the popularity of the event, delegates will be accommodated in two hotels this year, the Comfort Hotel Malmö and the First Hotel Jörgen Kock.

Comfort Hotel

Comfort Hotel

Comfort Hotel Gym

Comfort Hotel Gym

The COMFORT HOTEL MALMO is Malmö's largest hotel with 293 rooms and is centrally located at the new City Tunnel in Malmö Central Station. It is a modern, urban hotel and has all the usual amenities, including a restaurant and bar, lobby shop, a stunning gym and parking (additional charge). The hotel is partly located in a building from 1898 and partly in a brand new building. The dining room combines the old and the new with a glass roof, making the room very light during the day and providing a warming glow after dark. Adjacent to the dining room is the Palm Lounge, with comfortable sofas that make it the perfect place to meet and relax.

The majority of the rooms are brand new, built in January 2011, and offer two twin beds or one helsäng, an armchair, desk and bathroom with shower and hairdryer (bath tubs are available on request). All standard rooms are equipped with LCD TV, telephone, air conditioning and free WiFi internet.

An extensive and varied organic breakfast buffet, with many good and healthy alternatives, is included.

Jörgen Kock Lobby Bar

Jörgen Kock Lobby Bar

The FIRST HOTEL JORGEN KOCK is just around the corner from the Comfort Hotel and is only a few minutes' walk from the Malmö Central Station. It is a modern hotel but offers a homely atmosphere. All of the 105 rooms feature modern furnishings and cable TV. A seating area and work desk are also provided along with free WiFi internet.

The cosy lobby bar and bistro serves a variety of light dishes and traditional bistro favourites as well as a substantial buffet breakfast each morning. The bar also features a widescreen TV for major sports events and an open fireplace for your comfort and enjoyment. A very popular place for guests and locals to meet and mingle.

Although the hotel does not offer parking, there is a public car park opposite which only costs SEK 120 per day.

Malmö Borshus

Malmö Borshus

Conference Venue

The Conference will be held at the MALMO BORSHUS in the Gamla Börssalen (Old Market Hall), a beautiful room with high ceilings and lots of charm.

The MALMO BORSHUS is just a few minutes walk from the COMFORT HOTEL, opposite the main entrance of Malmö Central Station and is also the host for the Industry Partners' buffet the previous night, in the Ljusgarden/Börstorget (Exchange Hall).

Restaurang Årstiderna i Kockska Huset (Gillesal Room)

Restaurang Årstiderna i Kockska Huset (Gillesal Room)

President's Dinner

The event will conclude with the President's Dinner in the historic setting of the RESTAURANG ÅRSTIDERNA I KOCKSKA HUSET. Jörgen Kock, Danish King Christian II’s master coiner, who later became the first mayor of Malmö, built this new residence (and Mint of Denmark) in the 14th century and also had a hand in building the city's main square and town hall which are in close proximity to this building. The RESTAURANG ÅRSTIDERNA I KOCKSKA HUSET and its owners, Marie and Wilhelm Pieplow, have not only been awarded the Nordic Ecolabel but also the Gastronomic Academy's Gold Medal.

Directions

By Air:

There is an airport in Malmö but this is used mostly for internal flights. For most international visitors it is easier to fly into Copenhagen and take the Oresund train directly from Copenhagen Airport to Malmö Central Station, which is a couple of minutes' walk from the hotel.

Copenhagen is served by many budget airlines including Easyjet, Norwegian, Brussels Airlines, TUIfly, Air Berlin, Aer Lingus and Vueling as well as the usual scheduled airlines.

The train station is at Terminal 3 of the airport (you can walk through from Terminal 2, no need to take a shuttle) and the trains run every 20 minutes during the day (one per hour at night). The journey from Kastrup Airport (stopping at Hyllie and Triangeln) takes just under 25 minutes to Malmö Central Station and costs approx 20 Euros return. You can find an Oresundstag travel planner here if you wish to check the times of the trains

The train runs along the Øresund Bridge, the longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe. When you leave the airport there is a 4 km (2.5 mile) tunnel to the island of Peberholm in the strait and then the 8 km (5 miles) bridge to Malmö.

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