Room was quite big and the bathroom was ok (reasonably clean and roomy). Great view. Check-out was at 10 am. The hostel is quite big (meaning a lot of people checking out at the same time) and there were only two lifts so we had to carry our bags down the stairs..not easy as our room was on sixth floor.
Unique Quality: Confusing pricing as they charge extra for towel + sheets and for not having international hostel card. They also expect you to clean the room and take trash out when you leave (they said that it´s because they don´t charge hotel prices they don´t offer hotel services..)
It's not easy to find budget accommodation in Copenhagen. Copenhagen Danhostel is a five-star youth hostel which offers comfort for the price you pay. Probably the best budget accommodation in town.
Location-wise, it is a walking distance from the Central Station (around 15 minutes). It is located on Hans Christian Andersen Boulevard, where a lot of Copenhagen's main attractions are located. Just two minutes walk down the boulevard is the Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket, and Tivoli Garden right next. Just across Tivoli Garden is The Dansk Design Centre, and Radhuspladsen (a main square in Copenhagen) next to it. Cross the road is Stroget, claimed to be the longest pedestrian shopping street in the world.
Rooms are available for one to eight person, ranging from DKK150 to DKK780 (around €20 to €120 / US$25 to US$125). All rooms / dorms are en-suite.
Linens & towels are not included in the price, but can be rented at around DKK60 (€8 / US$10) for the whole stay.
Breakfast are also not included, but there's a cafe which offers meals at reasonable price.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for everyone - solo-travellers, group travellers, family and even business travellers!!
Unique Quality: * PERFECT location - right at the heart of Copenhagen city.
* Friendly staffs.
* Great lobby with modern interior.
* Internet facilities (there's a little price to pay)
* Clean :)
* Great views (especially if you get a top-floor room overlooking the river)
Directions: From the Central Station main entrance, go right, then the 1st left. Go straight ahead until you reach the main entrance of Tivoli Garden (on your left), take a right pass the Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket, a couple of minutes walk later it's on your right.
It´s a wonderfull place with nice rooms, nice persons in the reception.
The only problem that you have to take a bus or metro to go to the city center.
The next time you're in Denmark on a shoe-string budget, stay in a "Vandrerhjem" (say van-dra-yeem) or hostel. There'll a couple of choice picks over here other than the Bellahoj ( say be-la-hoy) hostel I stayed in. Amongst all, the Amager is the quietest hostel. The rest are convenient pads just to rest your heads..
1)Sleep-In Green Hostel - Located in Norrebo, hip place, but pals tell me that this place is noisy. Cost/per bed-10.75 EUR
2)Amager Hostel - This humongous hostel has a huge glass roof. This was my second choice if Bellahoj wasn't available. It's comfy but a tad out of the way.
Valdemarsgade 15, Copenhagen, Tel 3131 1574 . Now this place has no website and it's available only in July and Aug. Call to book.
It is located just a few minutes walk from Tivoli and the trendy Vesterbro district. From the windows you have a wonderful view over the city and the Copenhagen Harbour.
Unique Quality: With almost 700 beds, this will be one of Europe's largest city budget hostels and every room has design furniture. When you arrive at the Copenhagen Central Station, you can walk to the new youth hostel in ten minutes and enjoy a good night's rest for DKK 120 per night. Danhostel Copenhagen City opened 2005 and is Europe's largest city hostel. Just across the water is Islands Brygge, where young Copenhageners enjoy getting together during the summer months. There is a harbour swimming pool, a green lawn for sunbathing and cafés, where you can hang out. Nearby is trendy Vesterbro with its lounge bars, nightclubs, retro-kitsch boutiques and cool design shops. From the top of the hostel building you have view over the green spires and rooftops of Copenhagen, the new Opera House and the coming and going of ships in the harbour.
This hostel was one of the first places I stepped in in Copenhagen.
Very well organized, it is not very near from downtown, but there are many buses going to that direction.
I have got nice tips talking to some other travellers during our TV or laundry sessions.
Cezar from Mexico, Hege from Norway are two of the travellers I met there once...
Unique Quality: Very good breakfest...
I spent three nights in this nice hostel in 1999 and I would recommend it to anyone. It is a very clean hostel with fine rooms. The hostel was very crowded when I was there.
It is located a few km from Central Station but it´s easy to take the bus downtown (or even the metro now, I don´t know).
Unique Quality: The breakfast buffet was very nice.
This hostel is huge. It's said to be the biggest in Europe but, having said that, it doesn't feel like it. It has very good facilities.
To get there take bus 100S - a 14Krone bus ticket (which is valid for an hour) will get you there.
Unique Quality: This hostel is out in the sticks, about 5km out from the center of Copenhagen. It doesn't have any shops in the immediate facility so shop in town for groceries etc.
We stayed at the Danhostel Copenhagen Amager.
There is a 10-minute bus service a short distance from the youth hostel. At night, buses run every 30 minutes.
The bus journey from the hostel to the airport and to Rådhuspladsen (Townhall) only takes about 25 minutes.
Unique Quality: Breakfast was excellent, the best of all the hostels we stayed in while we were in Europe. The rooms were nice too.
My husband and I are planning a trip to Copenhagen in June for 3.5 weeks. We'd like to stay in a studio/hotel/apartment that will have a small kitchen. Can anyone recommend a few good places to stay? We would like to be able to cook at home a bit to save on money, if we can.
Also, what areas of Copenhagen would be best to stay in for a few weeks? We won't have a car, so we'd like to stay in a place that has a variety of shops, restuarants, etc within walking distance.
Thank you in advance for your help! We are very excited about this trip.
There are lots of nice areas for a stay that long and public transport is excellent even for when you cannot walk. I will just have to think about aparthotels etc. as most tend to be geared up to business people and therefore quite expensive. Let me think...I hope the rest of the Copenhagen crowd sees this too...
If you want to stay an inexpencive place in the centre of Copenhagen with kitchen facilities I would check this place:
DANHOSTEL Copenhagen City
H.C. Andersens Boulevard 50, 1553 København V
Phone: +45 3318 8332/+45 3311 8585
Fax: +45 3311 8588
Warden: Jeanette Berthelsen
Check this link:
The new five-star DANHOSTEL is at Langebro on H.C. Andersens Boulevard, and is already a landmark for entry to the City of Copenhagen.
Apart from the building’s exceptionally fine view over the city’s roofs, the Opera house and Islands Brygge, it is centrally located within walking distance of the city hall square, the Tivoli, the main railway station and the pulsating life in the centre of the city.
With 1,020 beds DANHOSTEL Copenhagen City is Europe´s biggest city hostel.
We are looking forward to welcome our guests at DANHOSTEL Copenhagen City.
http://copenhagen.craigslist.org/http://www.expatriates.com/classifieds/denmark/ Try these 2 sites. Look under sublet or put in your own add. Many rent out their private apartments while going on vacation. Best of luck, Soljet
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