Meetings, banquets & fine cuisine
at moltke's palace
Moltke’s Palace was originally built in 1702 and was later enlarged in 1878 and 1932 respectively. The building has served a myriad of purposes over its time-honoured history, namely as a home for nobles, merchants, a dowager queen, a Danish prime minister and an array of upper class personages.
Today, Moltke’s Palace has been lovingly and thoroughly restored, and has become a cherished venue for hosting conferences, meetings, banquets and celebrations in Copenhagen’s most outstanding and well-preserved historical surroundings.
The numerous halls and chambers can accommodate large events hosting up to 750 guests, and our smaller chambers provide the ultimate setting for smaller celebrations and meetings.
Stunning silver platters or plated dinners? White tablecloths and crystal chandeliers – or black sofas, special lighting and vibrant colours? Everything has its place, and at Moltke’s Palace, the setting and service are always perfectly matched to the individual requirements of the occasion.
It may have been built in 1702, but Moltke’s Palace offers a very modern spectrum of possibilities for your event, from the classically refined to the very latest trends in entertaining.