With a view of Søren Kierkegaards Plads and a view of Islands Brygge, this lovely meeting room can accommodate up to 16 people.

Chairs in the meeting room Saxo

Photo: Laura Stamer

With Saxo you get an inviting and exclusively furnished meeting room, which seats up to 16 people. With 29 m2, there are many options for setting up tables and chairs in the room.

A meeting room with a great view

The meeting room is located on the 1st floor and has a view of Søren Kierkegaards Plads, the waterfront, and Islands Brygge - and it is well suited for e.g. to hold board meetings, video conferences or examinations. Saxo also has standard equipment for holding digital and hybrid meetings.

Wifi is free and available throughout The Black Diamond.

Up to 16 people

Size 29 m2
10 x 3 m

Equipment in Saxo

When you have your meeting in Saxo, it is included in the rent that our competent technicians take care of setting up equipment and also make sure that everything is working correctly.

Flat screen TV

Camera and audio for
video conference included


Technical assistance
at start-up



Coat hooks
in the room

can be purchased

Please contact us if you have other wishes or questions.


Meeting room Saxo's table setting is by default a conference arrangement, but there are other options.

Conference setup
up to 16 people

Cinema arrangement
up to 20 people

School table setup
up to 8 people

Island setup
up to 16 people

up to 20 people

Read more about meeting packages and prices for full- and half-day meetings in Saxo.

We have named the meeting room Saxo after the Danish historian and writer, Saxo Grammaticus (ca. 1160-1208). Saxo has written the most famous work from the Danish Middle Ages, namely Gesta Danorum, which you may know better as Saxo's Danish Chronicle.

From Saxo you have a view over Søren Kierkegaards Plads and over the water towards Islands Brygge.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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The venue is named after the Danish historian Saxo. Copies from the main work Gesta Danorum adorn the room's walls.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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The atrium is the heart of The Diamond and the place that all visitors pass through.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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The Diamond seen in twilight. In the background Christiansborg's tower.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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Right by the harbour and in the middle of the city – between Knippelsbro and Langebro lies The Diamond.

Photo: Laura Stamer

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The Diamond's characteristic three-part facade mirrors the water.

Photo: Det Kgl. Bibliotek

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