Your Safety at the IPE Real Estate Global Conference & Awards

The safety of our delegates is our top priority. This page contains the latest information about your safety at the venue and in the city of Copenhagen.

The Conference Venue
To enter the Conference Venue and attend the IPE Real Estate Global Conference & Awards 2021, IPE requests proof that you are fully vaccinated* against COVID-19 and/or the negative result of PCR test taken no more than 72 hours previously or an antigen/lateral flow test taken 48 hours previously.

Your safety at the Villa Copenhagen, the state-of-the-art venue for the 2021 IPE Real Estate Global Conference & Awards receives the same attention to detail as every other aspect of this top-quality venue. Find out more about measures being taken to ensure your safety at the Villa Copenhagen.

We are encouraged to hear that confidence is returning: At the end of August, the hotel will be fully booked by a local law firm for a conference, and it is already seeing up to 75% occupancy for leisure bookings. The hotel is maintaining the strictest adherence to safety protocols.

The City of Copenhagen
Fully vaccinated*residents of all OECD countries will be subject to the same rules as vaccinated people from EU and Schengen nations, meaning that fully vaccinated people will be able to enter the country with no special requirements. You can keep track of the status of your country regarding travel to Copenhagen here

Copenhagen Airport is also making sure that all passengers are feeling as safe and comfortable as possible. You can read all about their measures here


Safe to Visit Program
The Danish Hotel and restaurant Association HORESTA has developed a Safe to Visit program. This gives delegates the confidence and assurance that hotels in the country comply with the Danish Health Authority’s requirements and guidelines for guest handling, cleaning and hygiene. You can read more about the scheme here


Travelling to Copenhagen
Your airline will require you to have a negative result of a PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before entering Denmark or an antigen/ lateral flow test taken 48 hours before entering Denmark.


The COVID situation in Denmark
The latest information from the Danish health authorities tells us that Denmark’s vaccination programme is proceeding well, with the country on track to reopen fully by mid-August. Information about the Covid situation in Denmark can be found 
here. WHO’s dashboard with the overview on Covid in Denmark can be found here.

*Fully vaccinated is defined as having received both jabs of a two-shot vaccine or one jab of a single-shot vaccine.