The Queen's Hall

One of Denmark's most elegant conference and concert halls. Treat your guests to an event in this large hall right next to Copenhagen's waterfront.

Dronningesalen, Den Sorte Diamant, Kbh.

Photo: Laura Stamer

The multifunctional the Queen's Hall has 408 permanent seats - and we can expand to accommodate 600 seated guests. The Queen's Hall is perfect for lectures, classical concerts, conferences, general meetings, film screenings and the like.

The acoustics are unsurpassed, no matter where you're seated, and we can regulate the soundboards on the walls, so the reverberation time is optimal in relation to your particular arrangement. In addition, the Queen's Hall is equipped with comfortable cinema seats, allowing your guests to be seated comfortably. The sloping floor also allows everyone to easily see the scene.

Throughout the rental period, you and your guests have access to The Black Diamond's beautiful atrium, which forms the framework for arrivals and breaks. Catering is agreed directly with Madkartoteket, which always helps to create the optimal dining experience for guests.


Capacity
Up to 600 people.


Size 484 m2
17 x 27 m

Rental of the Queen's Hall

The Queen's Hall is equipped with technology that supports your event in the best way possible. When you rent the Queen's Hall an experienced technician and a Diamond Host are both included in the price.

Wifi is free and available throughout The Black Diamond.


Projector
can be purchased


Microphones
can be purchased


Lectern
can be purchased


Possibility of
manned wardrobe


Telecoil
available


WIFI
available


PA system
can be purchased


Technician
included


Standard
lighting


Video conference
can be purchased


PC
can be purchased

Arrangement

The Queen's Hall's setup is by default a cinema arrangement, but there are several other options.


Cinema 408 people.
Option for up to 600 people.


Reception in the Atrium
for up to 600 people.


Panel table included
up to 600 people.

The price is stated for renting the Queen's Hall on weekdays and Saturdays.

An additional fee is charged on Sundays and public holidays.

4 hours
6 hours
8 hours
10 hours
12 hours
22,000 DKK
27,000 DKK
32,000 DKK
38,000 DKK
43,000 DKK

For rentals of more than 12 hours, we prepare a special offer.

Please note that the room rent is exempt from VAT.

  • Standard suspended stage lighting and sound system
  • Fixed chair arrangement for 408 seats (arrangement of extra rows of chairs and stage is possible for a fee)
  • Registration desk at the entrance to the Queen's Hall
  • Wardrobe, unmanned (numbering and staffing are possible for a fee)
  • Access to artist wardrobes

The prices below are excluded VAT

Technology Price ex. VAT
Projector 9500 DKK
Lectern with microphone 1000 DKK
Microphones, each 500 DKK
Computer 850 DKK
Remote control for computer 300 DKK
Monitor 500 DKK
High café table 100 DKK
Stage, max. size 11x7x0,6 m 6000 DKK
Extra row of chairs, per row
24 seats per row
1000 DKK
Counter cover - registration 1000 DKK
Counter cover - cloakroom 700 DKK
Counter cover - lectern 550 DKK
Panel table, four people, incl. microphones 1000 DKK
Extra panel table seats, each 250 DKK
DVD player (only with projector) 300 DKK
Recording audio to USB 1000 DKK
Author seating furniture 1600 DKK
Video documentation of the event (USB) 3500 DKK
Sound system (PA) for orchestra 6000 DKK
Grand piano, Steinway model D, incl. tuning 4200 DKK
Hanging of banners, each 1000 DKK
CD player 300 DKK

 

Other technology for halls and meeting rooms Price ex. VAT
Touch flat screen 2000 DKK
Changed arrangement in premises from 1000 DKK
Podiums (of 1x1x0,20) 250 DKK
Extra staff, per hour from 8-17 (minimum 3-4 hours) 380 DKK
Extra staff, per hour from 17-22 (minimum 3-4 hours) 495 DKK
Extra technician, per hour from 8-17 (minimum 4 hours) 500 DKK
Extra technician, per hour from 17-22 (minimum 4 hours) 630 DKK

When ordering flowers or other external services, a 25% fee is added.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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