Eigtveds Pakhus


Det Økologiske Spisemærke

Eigtveds Pakhus, a Green Key certified location, is the central administration's meeting, conference and representation facilities. The warehouse offers a wide range of meeting rooms in bright, inspiring surroundings and has modern meeting equipment. It is centrally located in Copenhagen, next to the water.

The warehouse, under the direction of court builder, Nicolai Eigtved, was built in the years 1748-50. The building’s four storeys were used as storerooms by the Asian Company until 1976. The public was invited to five rooms on the ground floor to view expensive and exotic goods after the ship's return.

Environmental efforts

Green Key member since 2011.



Copenhagen, Denmark's capital has been selected as the world's best city to visit, and the city's ambitious green profile has a clear goal: The City of Copenhagen is aiming to become the world's first CO2-neutral capital in 2025.

In Copenhagen there is a short road to both water and green areas. It is a green and bicycle friendly city that can be explored on the many new electric city bikes. You can stay in an eco-certified hotel, where as many as 75% of the city's hotel rooms are ecolabelled with either the Swan or Green Key, you can swim in the clean water in the city's water baths or consume organic food from Michelin restaurants to street food markets.

Wonderful Copenhagen has a sustainability strategy for tourism and is the first in the world to be labeled with the eco-label Green Tourism Organization.