Radisson Blu is a hotel just close to the Tivoli, quick walk down to Strøget from the hotel. Close to the train station.
The facilities are very nice, nice bar, nice restaurant, nice breakfast and nice rooms.
Recommendable and easy!
2 nights pre-cruise + 2 nights post-cruise stay.
Pre-Cruise: on 17th Floor. Poor matress on bed. No air-con so we asked for a desk fan. Newly decorated but to us it looked like 1970s UK!
Bathroom not great. No in-room information about restaurants etc in hotel.
Breakfast okay. The one evening meal that we had there was great ---a mix of local and international.
Post-cruise: a better room, matress and decor. An excellent meal on the first night --- great food and service.
The second nihjt in the same restaurant (Mamas & Papas) was awful in both food and service. We complained, as did others that night.
There is another bar and a more expensive restaurant at the top of this tower block hotel. Also, there is a Thai bar at ground level.
Many Americans seem to prefer the other Radisson in Copenhagen.
Unique Quality: The view.
The restaurant two times out of three.
Our satisfaction level is raised by the excellent meal on the first night post-cruise.
Directions: About 15 minutes walk from Tivoli Gardens and about 20 minutes walk from Nyhavn.
We didn't stay here, but if we had taken the cruise line's hotel option, this would be where we would have stayed. Since it was the cruise line's choice, it must have been good.
But it was way too expensive for my budget (it would have been about 1395DKK or $261 a night) so we opted for a smaller hotel. I took a picture of it from the bus because I was curious about what such an expensive hotel would look like
Unique Quality: There is another Radisson Blu hotel (easy to get them confused) which has rooms that overlook Tivoli Gardens. If I was going to stay at one of them, the one across from the railway station would be my preference.
This one has cable television, Free high-speed Internet access, restaurants, a casino, and babysitting.
Directions: across the Stadsgraven from the trendy district of Christianshavn
This hotel is a bit off-centered, its architecture is ugly the room is not that big. However my stay there was priceless!! Why? simply because they gave me a room on the 23d floor with a panoramic view on the city!! That was terrific!
Now, if the room had another kind of view, I could have been complaining about the location of the hotel, it's along a big noisy boulevard outside the city. However by foot, you can already reach Christianshavn and from there the city center. The size of the room is quite small but it's very well furnished. The architecture is pretty basic, unfortunately, the usual big concrete tower, however if that's the price to pay to have this kind of view, I wouldn't hesitate a second!
Besides that the bed was quite comfortable, the bathroom well designed, wireless Internet access was available for free, the breakfast buffet was quite good and I don't have to complain about the staff...
That was a perfect combination for me, I'm definitely looking forward my next stay in this hotel!
We've stayed in a lot of European hotels and I thought this hotel was good. Everything in our room was in working order and clean. The front desk staff was very helpful. When we checked in they said our room was ready, even though we were an hour early at 3PM.
The bathroom was super clean, with the typical Euro look - short glass shower covering and marble walls and floor. We didn't have a great view ( consistent for my travels) but the interiors of the halls and the room were fine.
There is an indoor swimming pool at this hotel, and I found it on their website after we stayed there. I didn't get a chance to use it but it looked fine. We were able to get some coffee in the lobby in the morning, no charge. The situation for the coffee was not really good. They did have some croissants there but even though we got there early they were gone. The coffee situation was not great. It was a machine that made one cup at a time - sort of.
We walked at a brisk pace to Tivoli in 15 minutes. From there the entire downtown and big shopping area is just a 5 minute walk. We took the canal cruise on our free morning and walked back to the hotel from the dock of the cruise. That walk took about 20 minutes.
It might take a little longer if you are not used to walking.
Every place takes VISA - not necessarily AMEX. Everyone spoke to us in English.
We found Copenhagen a very friendly place.
Unique Quality: There is a nice shopping area in the lobby of the Radisson SAS Scandinavia. But what really impressed me was how the hotel took care of our overnight carry-on luggage that we still had the morning we were waiting for the Princess Cruise people to pick us up. The front desk gave us tickets and tags for our luggage which they stored in the Cruise Pickup area. We were able to walk back downtown and take the Canal Cruise without the luggage and without any worry.
If you're staying here for a cruise connection I would definitely say it's a good place to use for a day in Copenhagen.
Conference type place, but OK. Typical Radisson SAS. Reliable version, but not outstanding. Prefer the Royal in CPH, or Daugava in Riga, or the Brussels one, or even the Amsterdam one...
Location is a bit strange, on edge of city centre. Nice views tho'. Bus service to airport.
Unique Quality: The views!
Directions: On (old) road from centre to airport.
Radisson SAS Scandinavia Hotel; Denmarks biggest and very luxurious hotel. In Copenhagen Radisson SAS has 2 hotels; one in the centre of the city and one south of the water called Inderhavnen.
There are 4 restaurants in the hotel and also a free fitnesscentre, which is located on the 4th floor.
The breakfast is excellent, but be carefull with the too sweet apple-pie-like bread
Unique Quality: Breakfast as said, also the fitnesscentre is worth visiting.
Furthermore this hotel has the only casino of the whole of Denmark in it.
Hotel is pretty big with over 400 rooms but everything was runned in an efficient and professional manner. The lobby and reception area is modern and clean and our standard room is quite big for European standards with a queen-size bed and a sofa bed for a third person. The dining area where we ate dinner and breakfast, was also large and service was smooth although the breakfast buffet was better than dinner. Overall, had a pretty good stay and sights were walking distance from the hotel as well as the airport being just 15 minutes away. Being such a huge hotel, they cater to conferences and meetings as well as group tours.
Unique Quality: View from the room, especially at night, was fantastic!!
This is a fine hotel, as most Radissons tend to be. It is a 15 minute walk from the city centre. It costs about DK 1145 per room (about Sing$300).
Unique Quality: Nothing particularly special for that amount of money in that hotel. The receptionist was not too helpful, even to the point of being rude. Not what you expect of a 4 * hotel.
I have stayed at the hotel several times in the past, both on business and on long weekends. The hotel is comfortable and has a very wide range of amenities for all guests.
Unique Quality: The rooms facing the city have a wonderful view - and you can just about manage to take photrographs without a refelction.
The fitness centre has a pool and sauna aswell as squash courts. Watch out for the early closing at weekends!
The bars and restauarnts are good fun - especially the bar and restaurant way up on the 25th floor. "The Dining Room" Bar and Restaurant may be a bit pricey but well worth it.
My colleagues will travel from UK to Copenhagen where they will stay for the night . They intend take the train to Nassjo, Sweden next morning. I was trying to locate the train station in Copenhagen to get an idea how long will take them to get to the station from their hotel (Radisson SAS Scandinavia - Amager Boulevard 70) but I can find any detailed info.
Would it be ok if they would buy their tickets from Copenhagen Airport for the next day's trip, or would be better to book in advance?
Here's a map of Copenhagen.
SAS Radission is about 1.5km (bus or walk) from Hovedbanegården (the main station).
If the cost does not matter it's OK to buy the tickets at the airport.
For general remarks on buying Swedish rail tickets from abroad.
If they don't have too much luggage, they can walk to the Central station from the hotel.
Otherwise, a taxi isn't too expensive that short a trip, or just use this to see the times for public transport:
It is enough to type in "Hovedbane" as destination. It will find all the stops around the Central station if you do, and ask you to select one. Just select any one as there are plenty of stops so you will get several alternatives but all close to the station.
What on earth will they do in Nässjö??? Are they in the wood or rail industry? :) I have relatives nearby so I'm curious...
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