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Host your next business meeting or conference in Malmö

Malmö, in the far south of Sweden, just across the Öresund strait from Copenhagen in Denmark, is the third largest city in the country after Stockholm and Gothenburg and one of the most eclectic cities in Scandinavia. Founded in the late 1200s, Malmö originally belonged to Denmark, only becoming Swedish in 1658. Today, the city is home to a true melting pot of cultures. Malmö’s university, founded only in 1988, has already made the city a center of technological initiative, and its modernity is epitomized by the 2005 presence since of Turning Torso, a huge, attractive skyscraper. 

Malmö has developed in recent years as a business travel hub and an ideal location for business events and conventions with its best-in-class venues. The 18,581sqm Malmomassan with its 13,006-square-meter exhibition hall puts Malmö on the map of the most attractive destinations for conventions. 

In 2017, Malmö Tourism became the first Swedish tourism organization to achieve ISO certification 20121; an accreditation that not only affirms the entity’s credentials but that affirms the wider city’s ongoing and unwavering dedication to sustainability. The 2016 European Commission awarded Malmö with the “Best Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning Award”.

Perfectly located for both international and domestic events

Malmö is a compact, cycling-friendly city with more than 500 kilometers of cycling paths. The nearest international airport is actually in a foreign country, Denmark, but Scandinavia's largest and busiest airport, Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup (CPH), can be reached by fast-speed train in over 20 minutes, directly across the Oresund Bridge. The airport, 13 minutes by the same train south of the center of Copenhagen, has flights to all over Europe and direct service to North America. Malmö's own Malmo-Sturup Airport (MMX) has flights to a few European destinations on low-fare airlines.

Things to do with your group

  • Walk along the cobblestone streets of Old Town (Gamla Staden) and explore Stortorget, the oldest and largest square in Malmö, encircled by beautiful 16th-century architecture.
  • Visit Malmö’s Turning Torso, the tallest building in Scandinavia, a neo-futuristic skyscraper with 54 floors twisting 190 meters into the sky.
  • For the more daring foodies, a visit to the Disgusting Food Museum will test your limits and expand your palate in ways you never thought possible.
  • A kayaking tour or hiring a pedal boat is also an ideal way to explore the city.

Our venues in Malmö

Park Inn by Radisson Malm� - Exterior Hotel View

Poised seconds from the waterfront, the Park Inn by Radisson in Malmö is perfectly positioned for visiting both the beach and the city center.

Radisson Blu Hotel, Malm� - Hotel Exterior

Malmö is one of Sweden's treasures, with a mix of contemporary Scandi-cool and a strong sense of local history.

Experience meetings that are successful for you and the planet

We’re committed to environmental sustainability, which is why we offset the carbon footprint for every event taking place in our hotels at no cost to you.