Workshop Accommodations

DIS Conferences and Workshops

Participants should plan to arrive in Copenhagen by Sunday, March 13 and depart Stockholm on Saturday, March 19. DIS will facilitate transportation from Copenhagen to Stockholm on the evening of Wednesday, March 16.

Where is DIS Copenhagen located?

DIS Copenhagen is located in the heart of the city, along the central walking street, ‘Strøget.’ It is a 5-minute walk from City Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen), a 10-minute walk from Tivoli Gardens, and a 20-minute walk from The King’s Square (Kongens Nytorv). You can use these landmarks when booking accommodations.

>> See DIS Copenhagen on Google Maps here

Copenhagen Hotel Recommendations

Arranged by DIS: Stay in a Homestay with Local Hosts

The Homestay option for the IEW is only available in Copenhagen and is limited to arriving on Sunday, March 13 and departing to Stockholm on the evening of Wednesday, March 16. There is a fee of $350 per person. DIS may be able to accommodate early arrivals to homestays on Saturday, March 12, for participants wishing to spend more time with the hosts. If you’re interested in arriving on Saturday and taking part in your hosts’s weekend plans, please email IEW@dis.dk. While DIS cannot guarantee homestay accommodations on Saturday, March 12, we are happy to facilitate if possible.

The Homestay is one of the most popular housing options at DIS, providing a great introduction to local culture. Most of our hosts, as in U.S. cities, live in the suburbs and not in the city center, so you will travel daily on Copenhagen’s public transit system up to 60 minutes each way using a transportation pass provided to you by DIS. Homestays are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Read more about DIS Homestays on our student page

Getting to Know Your Hosts

Participants selecting the Homestay often ask what to bring from the U.S. for their host. A small gift is a nice gesture, but by no means obligatory. Some suggestions include a token from your state (e.g. food, chocolates, book, college hat or t-shirt, a bottle of liquor or wine from your home region). It is also a good idea to show some photographs of your family – your host will be curious!

Since the IEW will have evening programming on Tuesday, March 15 and a late afternoon/evening departure to Stockholm on Wednesday, March 16, participants in homestays should expect to spend time engaging with their hosts on Sunday, March 13 and in the evening on Monday, March 14.

Where is DIS Stockholm located?

DIS is located in the Östermalm neighborhood of Stockholm, only a two-minute walk from the 1912 Olympic Stadium. The main building at DIS Stockholm was completed in 2016 and is shared with the Royal College of Music Stockholm (KMH).

The building is located at the T-bana stop ‘Stadion,’ a five-minute ride from the central railway station ‘T-Centralen.’ You can use these landmarks when booking accommodations.

>> See DIS Stockholm on Google Maps here

Stockholm Hotel Recommendations