Radisson Meetings - Aarhus


A vibrant mix of youthful energy and a living history

Why choose Aarhus for your event?

Over the past few years, Aarhus, which is Denmark's second-largest city, has emerged from the Danish capital's shadow, garnering a reputation among travelers as an exciting alternative for meetings and events.

Aarhus is located on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, about 115 miles northwest of the capital, Copenhagen. From historic and cultural landmarks to its top-ranked university and booming culinary scene, Aarhus combines its Viking history with the best of modern city life. Experience exceptional meetings and events facilities, museums, restaurants, nature tours, and historical monuments.

Ideal location

Aarhus is well-connected to the rest of the world through two international airports: Aarhus Airport and Billund Airport, servicing 540 one-step connections and 60 direct routes. The Aarhus train station is just a few minutes’ walk away from Radisson’s two central hotels.

Aarhus is relatively small, with a population of just under 350,000, and can easily be explored on foot for the most part, with many of the attractions, shops and restaurants confined to a small central area.

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Exceptional venues

Aarhus has become a vibrant seaside city and innovation hub since it was founded during the time of the Vikings. Aarhus’ rich history anchors the rapid development and expansion it has seen in both size and importance across the European landscape.

As the cultural and economic core of the region, Aarhus serves as a key location for conferences and events.

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus - Exterior

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus

When choosing Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus, event planners can select from 33 meeting rooms in addition to the Scandinavian Congress Center, large enough for 1600 attendees. Easily see why this hotel has been named "Best Hotel in Denmark Outside Copenhagen" and "Best Hotel Chain in Denmark."
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Radisson RED Hotel, Aarhus

Looking for meetings and events with a difference? Choose Radisson Red Hotel, Aarhus for meetings and events of up to 50 people. With local artwork on show and smart design touches, your attendees will quickly fall in love with this venue.
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So much to explore

In Aarhus, your event guests will be surrounded by vibrant city life, world-class museums and cultural experiences, an innovative and diverse gastronomic scene, and charming neighborhoods from the forests to the sea.

Take your event attendees for a city tour to explore the sights and sensations of Aarhus on your event’s off hours. Here are some suggestions for must-see places in this beautiful city:

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VisitAarhus Convention Bureau

Start your trip with a visit to the VisitAarhus Convention Bureau, where a dedicated team serves as a switchboard to the city. They’ll connect you to all of Aarhus’ major players through the unique collaboration that forms the fabric of the city, connecting the municipality, university, local business district, and convention and tourism bureaus.
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Aarhus Bay & The Old Town

Venture off the beaten path on a journey to connect the culture of the city with the wonders of marine life through a guided boat tour around Aarhus Bay with the Aarhus SeaRangers. Or experience the history of Aarhus first-hand in The Old Town, an open-air museum that has preserved local town homes, workshops, offices, and cultural buildings since 1914.
Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Aarhus - Aros Museum of Art in Aarhus


For a sense of the local arts and culture, take in classic works from the Danish Golden Age and experience a selection of touring modern exhibitions at renowned art museum, ARoS. And to appreciate local history and nature, the Moesgaard Museum is dedicated to Danish regional archaeology and ethnography.

A gastronomic city

Food has been one of the main drivers behind the city's recent emergence as a tourist destination. A clutch of Michelin-starred restaurants, informal bistros, and a burgeoning street food scene are all contributing factors to its rightful spot on the foodie map.