Well there is not much to say. What you pay is what you get. You pay comparatively little and you should not expect any kind of luxury or comfort. Difference to a hostel is that you have the privacy of your own en-suite room... or berth...
No airconditioning. Wheelchair accessible rooms available.
If you are in a budget and looking for a bargain, at a great location and safe place, the Cabb Inn is great. The rooms are as train sleeper cars... yes... that small. There is no service (you'll have to make your own bed) and they serve only breakfast, but I liked it. Walkable distance from downtown.
This hotel, perhaps as suggested by the name, it themed like a boat. Each room has cabin-like qualities, with bunk beds and a small ensuite shower room. Actually for they pack quite a lot into a relatively small space, all the usual facilities; phone, tv, kettle, plenty of towels, etc.
The bathroom taps were a bit of a puzzle initially, and I almost got wet just trying to was my hands! The hot and cold taps controlled the water in both the handbasin and the shower. And after a shower, it took a while for the floor to be dry enough to use the room without slipping!
For one person, the room was of ample size. For two people the space would be much more restricted. The second floor-based bed would fill most of the room, and to use the room as a family room, ie with the bunk bed, would certainly be optomistic!
Unique Quality: Rented good bikes
At first I should say, that I haven't been there. But I've heard some good recomendations from my colegues about it. A good accomodation for your stay with the breakfast, just about 10 minutes by foot to the center and not so expensive.
Unique Quality: All rooms has private bath, toilet, TV, phone and a kettle with free tea and coffee. The hotel is close to the center of the Copenhagen.
Directions: Frederiksberg or near the Center of the City
We are driving up from Amsterdam to Copenhagen. Can we do this drive comfortably in a day or should we stop enroute? We would have landed by 8.00 am in Amsterdam from India.
We plan to stay in copenhagen for 2 or 3 nights. what would be a good area to stay in? we are thinking of spending upto 600 to 700 dkk per night and need parking for our car. any suggestions ? After copenhagen we move on to sweden and norway.
these 2 hotels have cheap family rooms in the center of town.
When I lived in Brussels, some colleagues used to drive back to south Sweden and Denmark in just a day so yes, it's perfectly possible. It all depends on if you plan other things along the way, possible major roadworks causing queues on Dutch and German motorways etc. but it is possible.
Thanks a lot. I have booked into the Cab Inn Scandinavia. Seems like a nice place. Any suggestions on what we can do in Copenhagen for two full days based here ?
Thanks. We will drive up in a day. We have nothing to see on the way, so it would be better to reach our destination.
Yes I have lots of suggestions on my page. I strongly recommend a tour by canal boat the first day to get a feel for the layout and history of Copenhagen. They are great value for money and leave from the Nyhavn area which is easy to find. You will see the major sights (including the tiny Mermaid) and know where you want to return. Then the children might want to visit the Tivoli amusement park in the evening. There are plenty of museums and other attractions for bad weather.
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