Copenhagen: The Women-Only Floor at This Copenhagen Hotel Was Deemed to Be ‘Unlawful’

Last year at this time, we wondered how long women-only hotel rooms and floors would last? Well, for the Bella Sky Comwell Hotel in Copenhagen, the end is already here.

The Eastern High Court has ruled the hotel’s 20 women-only hotel rooms on the Bella Donna floor to be “unlawful” after two men and the Danish Board of Equal Treatment sued the hotel for discrimination. Apparently, these two men never even visited the hotel, nor did any male guests complain about the women-only rooms.

In a press release, the hotel’s owner, Allan L. Agerholm expressed frustration at the ruling but said the hotel will comply with the order.

“We had of course hoped to win the

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Tourism main topic at annual Antarctic Treaty meeting

Increased tourism on the world's iciest continent and its impact on the environment were set to top discussion at an annual Antarctic Treaty meeting that began Monday in Brasilia. "Some countries view the question with concern and believe that there is too much tourism in the region," said Manoel Silva Rodrigues, secretary of Brazil's commission on maritime resources. The Antarctic Treaty sets …
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