- Reviews: 251
Private apartments in Copenhagen: Apartment rental in Copenhagen
If you like to get into the grove of living in copenhagen like the locals you can find a nice selection of copenhagen homes via. this platform. <br/><br/>http://www.apartmentincopenhagen.com<br/><br/>Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ..Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ..Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ..Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ..Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ..Adding more text does not make a tip any better …it just add more text ...
- Reviews: 769
Home of a student: We used Airbnb
It was lovely to stay at Norrebro part of town at students home. At the same price we would have got only a hostel room, and the location was what we wanted (walking distance of places we liked to stay for coupple of beers at night) and with good connections from airport. We paid 45e per night!
The whole apartment instead of little hostel room.
- Reviews: 4
Omena Hotel Copenhagen: 3min from Tivoli Gardens and Central Train Station
We stayed in family room. Although our room is small for a family, room includes a seating area, fridge, microwave and coffee making facilities. <br/>Hotel has no reception and after the booking we received the codes needed to access the room.<br/>Wi-fi was free of charge.
Very good location. Good value for money.
- Reviews: 3
31 Nyhavn: Fantastic!
Fantastic location, fantastic apartment. Extremely high standard with excellent facilities; the coffee machine was an added bonus. The apartment was spotlessly clean; Jeppe was easily contactable, responsive, polite and punctual.<br/>Two minor issues - the bathroom, whilst it had a great shower, was well lit, had plenty of hot water and storage space, was not heated. There was a small heated towel rail but this did not have any effect on the temperature of the bathroom. Copenhagen temperatures fell to -5deg during our stay, and whilst the apartment was cosy and warm, the bathroom remained very cold. The other issue was the positioning of the reading lights above the bed - they were placed directly where you would put your head, and so it was impossible to sit up in bed. Otherwise I would highly recommend this great apartment and Nyhavn, Copenhagen !!!
- Reviews: 2386
3 Hostels: Hostels are your best bet in an expensive city
Scandinavia IS expensive. <br/><br/>In Copenhagen you might look at this hostel, Sleep in Heaven at Struenseegade 7, Nørrebro, 2200 Copenhagen. Sleep in Heaven is a 4-minute walk from the Griffenfeldtsgade Bus Station and 10 minutes' walk from Forum Metro Station. The Rosenborg Castle is a 20 minute bus ride, or one metro stop north. The prices in hostels for a dormitory bed run 3-50usd a night. They usually have single rooms at about $125 us per night. I like Nørrebro as it's a very Danish area.<br/><br/>Two more hostels with decent ratings in Copenhagen are:<br/> Danhostel Copenhagen City, H.C. Andersens Boulevard 50<br/> Generator Copenhagen, Adelgade 5 -7, This one is a lively place, but very nicely located.
- Reviews: 1
Redappleapartments: Great apartment in centre of Copenhagen
I found this apartment when looking for an affordable stay in Copenhagen on the redappleapartment site (www.redappleapartments.com).<br/>The contact with the owner went smooth, as we arrived quite late we could pick up the key at a bar near by the apartment. <br/>When we arrived at the apartment we found if to be clean, well equiped and it had that typical scandinavian feel. The kitchen was very usefull with all you need to cook a nice meal for yourself. A second matrass we asked was provided and also sheets and towels. We really liked our stay in this typical danish apartment.
- The location: 2 mintes walk to the metro station, 2 stops away from the heart of Copenhagen<br/>- Well equiped kitchen<br/>- Typical Scandinavian interior<br/>- Smooth contact with the owner<br/>- The price: a really fair price for a great apartment in the centre op copenhagen<br/>- So much more space than in a hotel room<br/>- quiet neighbourhood
- Reviews: 1983
Palace Hotel: Location, location, location!!!
Palace Hotel Copenhagen has a privileged location, in the centre of Copenhagen and is one of this city’s most wellknown hotels.<br/><br/>The hotel is situated right on the Town Hall Square just across the Tivoli Gardens.
Palace Hotel Copenhagen was built in 1910.<br/><br/>Today Palace Hotel is a new hotel within an old frame.
- Reviews: 495
First Hotel / Clarion, Copenhagen, Denmark
I've once stayed in this Hotel on one of my business trips to Copenhagen, as said, well for conferences and seminars for business travelers, but as being far from the city center, I would advice tourists to consider another options for their stays ...<br/><br/>The Hotel was named as Clarion before and now managed by the First Hotel Group, also well renewed building, comfy and big rooms, quality matrasses and pillows for a good sleep, minibar, cable tv, free wifi etc, meaning all the basics are available ...<br/><br/>My room was on the front side, so facing to the little harbour, as w the view from my window to the seaside ...<br/><br/>In my package rate buffet breakfast was included, well sorted, even some kindda seafood is there for ur taste, scrambled eggs and so on ...<br/><br/>As conclusion, I would recommend the hotel, w only contra as being far to the city center, enjoy ... :)
- Reviews: 2
Copenhagen hotels: Copenhagen's best price hotels
Just find a cheap three star hotel with bed and breakfast in the suburbs of Kopenhagen. You don't need to worry because Copenhagen centrum and the suburbs are linked by train, S-train and tram train.
bed and breakfast<br/>good public means into city center (train, s-train, underground, tram train, bus)
- Reviews: 4067
Omena Hotel: If You Don't Crave The Human Touch!
I'd heard of these but never stayed in one before - a remote control hotel. Omena Hotels are a group of city centre establishments scattered around Scandanavia and provide relatively low-cost, no-frills, rooms.<br/><br/>The way they keep their costs down is by minimising staffing. All bookings are done on the internet and check-in is simply a matter of being given your room number and an access code online or by SMS the day before you arrive. Everything is automatic - the rooms only become available from 4 pm on your first day after which you need to use your access code firstly to get in the front door, then through a connecting door and again to access your room.<br/><br/>When you first enter your room the TV screen welcomes you and gives you a contact number for the off-site 24 hours "reception".<br/><br/>During your stay the room is not serviced unless you are staying at least four days and coming and going requires using your code. On your last day the TV screen gives you a countdown to the 12 noon check-out, after which you can still leave but your access code will no longer allow you back in. I'd assume if you overstay there would be a surcharge.
This might sound a bit impersonal but it suited me fine. The ensuite room was spacious, had all the basics required including a fridge, microwave and a kettle with a generous supply of coffee etc. The freebie WiFi was spot on and coming and going was never any problem. The bed was comfortable, the bathroom facilites fine and with a little furniture rearrangement I sorted out a work space.<br/><br/>The hotel's location is ideal for the central railway station, and also the Eurolines bus stop, and is within easy walking distance of the city centre. The neighbourhood, with its street girls, perhaps wouldn't suit everyone but they were quite fun (maybe I'll tell a few tales in a later tip ;-)). The 7-11 on the corner was, as always, a pleasure to grab my (very) late suppers from and my favourite pub (Pinden) was a two-minute walk (or stagger depending on which direction I was going).<br/><br/>So all-in-all: If you don't need the services of a receptionist and don't mind the area then for a budget central hotel this is fine.
- Reviews: 43
Ibis Copenhagen Star Hotel: Copenhagen Star Hotel
Family room for 2 adults and 2 kids including breakfast. Place was clean, quiet and personal was OK. Advantage is because it is placed very near to main railroad station and 5 minutes walk to Tivoli.
- Reviews: 3401
Hay4U: Good Value Private Apartments
Do you want a nice, clean, homely apartment in central Copenhagen for the price of a tiny hotel room? Then private apartments are the way to go. There are a few companies offering these in Copenhagen, but after a bit of research I plumped for Hay4U. They specialize in last minute placements, so it's no problem to go late. They basically match up private apartment owners and tourists, handling all the paperwork and making sure everyone, owner and tourist, are happy.<br/><br/>I picked an apartment near Norreport. It was over 60m2, with a bedroom and lounge, in a pleasant and snug old house near the northern lakes. It was walking distance from town. It was a lovely apartment, and we felt at home immediately. It belonged to a local theatre director who was often away from home directing performances, so she made a little extra cash renting out her apartment when she wasn't in it.<br/><br/>If you want your towels changed every day, with room service and breakfast included, then this isn't the kind of deal for you. If you aren't prepared to take a little risk (it might not be as perfect an apartment as mine) you won't want to go this route. If you are only staying a couple of nights, you might find there's no apartment available for such a short stay.<br/><br/>But if you are looking for great value - we only paid about 80 euros a night for the week - and to live like the locals do, with shopping, cooking and looking after yourself, then this is perfect.<br/><br/>Note: In respect of the owner's privacy I won't post any pictures of the apartment here, only one from the street. You'll just have to take my word that it was fantastic.
- Reviews: 622
Selandia Hotel: Friendly Stay
The Selandia Hotel is situated in the 'Vesterbro'district of the city just a few minutes walk from the centre.The hotel has over eighty rooms and although they are quite small are very clean and modern.All rooms come complete with an on-suite bathroom with bath,shower,hair dryer.The room itself has comfy beds,T.V,wardrobe,hair dryer and ironing board.We stayed on the top floor which is the fifth floor(most hotels in Copenhagen only have five floors).<br/>Breakfast comes with the room and is a self service buffet serving a range of foods such as cereals,toast,cold meats,bread and cheese as well as a selection of fruit juices and coffee.There is internet access with wi-fi throughout the hotel and a computer to use any time you like free of charge.The reception staff are very friendly and helpful and will do there upmost to make your stay as pleasent as possible.Taxi's can be pre booked and payed for here and there are free maps of the city.I would certainley come back here to stay and can recommend the place to anybody visiting Copenhagen.
Very friendly and helpfull staff,security cards to operate outside doors and the lift are a great idea.
- Reviews: 1863
Selandia Hotel: Pleasent Place
Good stay, the hotel has Superior, Budget, and Cheap rooms. Budget fine for me.Near main rail station in Helgolandgrade, Copenhagen. Denmark.Clean and comfortable room , breakfast average.
Not far from Tivoli Gardens and Rail Station.
- Reviews: 20
Clarion Collection Neptun: Excellent value for money
Hotels in Copenhagen don't come cheap, if location and quality is high on your wishlist. Hotel Neptun provides both, I believe; and then there’s an added bonus. <br/>The location is hard to beat (look further down) – The room in it self (in our case a standard double) is not exactly spacious, but it’s adequate and completely fitted for a weekend get away. The beds are lovely and the room comes with a decent hairdryer, an iron and a fridge/minibar. <br/>The breakfast buffet is plenty and will meet both the guilty and not so guilty pleasures of anyone. Obviously there will be the annoying queuing up during peak hours, but there I was, because I couldn’t be bothered to get up earlier. <br/>Now the added bonus is the free evening buffet; all I can say is, that it’s delicious, varied and if you leave hungry it’s your own fault. Drinks are available, but not part of the buffet. <br/>Another really nice bonus is afternoon cake/fruit, which is free with coffee and tea from the restaurant. This (if the weather is nice) can be enjoyed at the rooftop terrace – do remember to clean up and bring back everything, as there’s no service either way. <br/>I’ve never experienced a free afternoon/evening buffet in a hotel in Copenhagen. However this certainly kept our expenses down.
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