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HOTEL MAGAZINE – Meller Publishing
Published bi-annually across Denmark


A twice-annual luxury lifestyle and cultural informative magazine that locally helps hotels convey the best they and their destinations have to offer.
The magazine is distributed in the hotel rooms, lobby and other relevant places at the hotels.
The magazine is customised to each individual hotel client and features bespoke front covers and editorials/greetings as well as an eight-page updated feature article about the hotel.

Only magazine available in the hotel-rooms in the 40 most exclusive hotels in Denmark.

In Copenhagen: Nobis Copenhagen, Richmond, Plaza Copenhagen, Skodsborg Kurhotel, Hotel Christian IV Palace Hotel Copenhagen, NIMB, Marriott Copenhagen, Ibsens Hotel, Hotel Kong Arthur, Cph Studio Hotel, Kokkedal Slot, Fredensborg Store Kro, First Hotel 27, First Hotel Copenhagen, First Hotel Kong Frederik, First Hotel Mayfair, First Hotel Excelcior, Hotel Skt. Petri, Hellerup Park Hotel, STAY Apartment Hotel, Stay Nordhavn, Stay Seaport, Charlottehaven Hotel, Arp Hansen Hotels: Phoenix Copenhagen, 71 Nyhavn, Imperial Hotel, Grand Hotel, The Square, Tivoli Hotel, Copenhagen Island, Copenhagen Strand, Hotel Opera & Gentofte Hotel.

Outside Copenhagen in First Hotel Grand in Odense, First Hotel Airport, First Slotshotellet Ålborg, First Hotel Kolding, First Hotel Atlantic Århus & Hotel Royal in Århus.

Hotel Magazine is read by 4.0 million guests visiting the hotels on a yearly basis.

The guests are at an average spending Dkk 1,500,- to 2,000,- daily shopping or in total 4.5 to 6.0 billion D.kr every year. (600 to 800 million euro)

UK : 11 %
US : 12 %
Denmark : 30 %
Scandinavian : 24 %
Japan/China/Russia : 14 %
Mixed : 9 %

Tourists : 30 %
Business travellers : 70 %
Age : Primarily : 24 – 55 years.
Sex : 40 % women & 60 % men