Hotel Cabinn City Copenhagen

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Mitchellsgade 14, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1568, Denmark

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Hotel Cabinn City
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  • Families50
  • Couples47
  • Solo72
  • Business46
  • jorgec25's Profile Photo

    A reasonable budget choice


    The Cabinn City is a balanced choice, between location, price, facilities and breakfast. Especially, considering the prices in Copenhagen, that are not exactly low.

    But don't expect any luxury. The rooms are really small and without air conditioned and the breakfast is very simple and plain. But more than enough to give you energy for the day.

    There is no bar, but the reception sells drinks and snacks, and it's open 24h.

    Since I never spend anymore time than the essential to sleep and eat at the hotel, I can't say much more.

    Unique Quality: The great location, very close to the Tivoli and the Town Hall square, but still in a quiet residential neighborhood.

    Directions: Coming out of the central station, ehne facing the back of the Tivoli, turn right and fllow the street for about 400 m.

  • Nemorino's Profile Photo

    Breakfast at Cab-Inn City


    I seem to be the only person in world who has never seen these ingenious Danish cheese-slicing machines, because everybody gets that condescending so-what-else-is-new look when I start talking about them.

    Nonetheless, I was very impressed. When you turn the handle in the direction of the red arrow the wire neatly slices off a piece of cheese. At the same time, the screwing mechanism lowers the wire just enough so it will be at the right height to slice another piece off the other slab of cheese on the other side.

    At peak breakfast hours the Cab-Inn City Hotel had up to four of these cheese-cutting machines in operation simultaneously. Even people who don't normally eat cheese for breakfast were eager to try them.

    So now when I hear people talking about "Danish design" this is what I think of.

    Update: Several weeks after writing this tip I came across a website called The London Review of Breakfasts, in which a reviewer calling herself "Joyce Carol Oats" (he he) pans the Cab-Inn City breakfast buffet but is full of praise for the "miraculous little machine", the cheese slicer. "I am riveted," she says, "and not just because I am hungover: it is a thing of beauty, a masterpiece of Scandinavian design."

    1. The ingenious cheese-slicing machine
    2. Breakfast buffet
    3. Tea and coffee making facilities in my room

    GPS 55°40'13.54" North; 12°34'14.47" East

  • Nemorino's Profile Photo

    Cab-Inn City


    1. My room with the ladder (which I didn't use)
    2. Hotel Cab-Inn City from outside
    3. The few pathetic bike stands (rim-killers)
    4. Reception
    5. Lobby with internet connection

    The Cab-Inn hotels advertise their rooms as being like the cabins on ships -- small but practical. The standard rooms have double decker beds and also a third bed which can be pulled out from under the lower one.

    Since I was alone I only used one of the beds, and I found the room to be perfectly adequate for my needs, and not too small. For two or three people it would be rather tight, however.

    In their advertising they claimed to have bicycles for rent, which turned out not to be true. But I was able to rent one nearby at the main station.

    The one big disadvantage of the Cab-Inn City hotel is that they have no indoor bicycle parking -- which is scandalous when you consider that Copenhagen is one of the world's foremost bicycle cities. All they have are a few pathetic bike stands in the courtyard, and these are the old-fashioned rimkiller type (third photo).

    Everybody at reception was very friendly, and they even have two computers for free internet access in the lobby (fifth photo).

    GPS 55°40'13.54" North; 12°34'14.47" East

  • MikeStarr5's Profile Photo

    Cheap and an Excellent Location


    I have stayed at Cab Inn a couple of times now and really I have no complaints at all. Its main disadvantage - the rooms are small and laid out like a cabin on a ship - is more than made up for by the very cheap prices and the fact that it is very centrally located, only about 500 meters from both the main railway station (Københavns Hovedbanegård) and the world famous Tivoli Gardens. You can't really ask for more than that now, can you - Plus the main shopping area, "Strøget" is only about a 10 minute stroll away.

    The rooms are spotlessly clean and warm and there is good sound insulation with newly double-glazed windows.

    There is a 24 hour cafe and free internet access in the lobby area, which is also a good place to sit and chat after a long day sightseeing and shopping. It has very comfortable sofas.

    The breakfast area is large and airy and there are always 2 or 3 members of staff going around clearing up after the diners. There is a good choice of food too - especially for veggies (my partner) - You also get complimentary newspapers.

    Unique Quality: Dirt cheap by Copenhagen standard and very very central. Plus it has lots of rooms and I have never known them to be fully booked even in the middle of summer.

    Directions: close to Tivoli and the main station

More about Hotel Cabinn City Copenhagen

Budget Hotel in Heart of City

by mallyak about Cab Inn Hotel

Its an OK place.Would not stay here again.Too expensive even by european standards. Free internet-tea and coffee in the room were the positives .

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by jjoemar

Can someone help with my choice beween Cab Inn City Hotel or Hotel Jorgensen.

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If you pick Jorgensen you might end up talking to VT member cachaiseiro in the reception :)


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Address: Mitchellsgade 14, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1568, Denmark