Teambuilding in Copenhagen

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Enjoy the Scandinavian metropolis

At the beginning of May, our Regional Manager in Berlin, Daniela Simic-Gül, took her team and headed to Copenhagen. For two days, our colleagues enjoyed the Scandinavian metropolis, taking the opportunity both to relax and get to know and learn from the team.

Tour in Copenhagen

Old Harbour Nyhavn in Copenhagen

Alex, Operations Manager in Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER, welcomed the entire team on Tuesday morning, following which they set out to roam the city the proper tourist way: by bike. After that, they went on a boat ride to discover Copenhagen from the water.

Finally, in the evening, they enjoyed burgers and cocktails at our location in Copenhagen and played pool entertained by live music – certainly a guest experience at its best.

playing pool at Urban House Copenhagen by MEININGER

On Wednesday they mounted their bikes once again, this time guided by an insider who showed the group the best spots to take pictures. They even had time to soak up some sun at the beach and do a bit of shopping.

All our colleagues were even given handmade bracelets by Anika, our Operations Manager at MEININGER Hotel Berlin Airport.

The short trip was the perfect way to bind the team together even tighter and strengthen the MEININGER spirit, to collectively face the at times challenging daily hotel routine.

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