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Offering a 24-hour front desk, citizenM Copenhagen Radhuspladsen is a 4-star hotel in the center of Copenhagen. Love the smart room controls Very convenient location, we walked everywhere from the hotel Breakfast was really nice and the staff were super friendly
Set in the trendy Vesterbro district, this boutique hotel is just 656 feet from Copenhagen Central Station. It offers modern, design rooms with LED TVs and free Wi-Fi. The breakfast was excellent with a lot of variety of choices. The location was also excellent for exploring.
Housed in 2 converted warehouses from the 1800s, this hotel is found in the vibrant Nyhavn District. It features a continental breakfast and rooms with free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Desk staff attentive and provided unexpected services Excellent Restaurant and staff
This elegant boutique hotel is centrally located in Copenhagen, just 656 feet from Nyhavn. Hotel Sanders features a rooftop conservatory garden and a modern restaurant. WiFi access is free. Staff was very kind location is very good the atmosphere was execellent
Located in Copenhagen’s famous Tivoli Gardens, this stylish boutique hotel is housed in an impressive Moorish-style building. The great Location, the excellent service and friendly staff
Located conveniently in the Copenhagen City Center, Wakeup Copenhagen - Bernstorffsgade features free WiFi and a shared lounge. Minimalist, contemporary, chic and clean! This hotel was an amazing experience - highly recommend for solo travellers. Granted Denmark is expensive this is a relatively reasonable alternative to hostels if you value privacy. Located 10-15 mins away from the Central Station, views from the canal-ways it was a pleasant experience with super fast and convenient check in and check out services. Staff are extremely helpful - only thing is this is a no frills stay so some amenities are extra. This is definitely my go to chain for hotels in Scandinavia!
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Right by City Hall Square in central Copenhagen, this elegant hotel features Nordic cuisine, a popular bar and individually designed rooms with modern décor, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Historic inn, excellent staff, delicious breakfast, and fabulous room!
This homey hotel is a 5-minute walk from Copenhagen Central Train Station and Tivoli Gardens. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi access and a free in-room breakfast. A very nice hotel in a good location.
This comfortable hotel is directly connected to Terminal 3 at Copenhagen Airport. It offers spacious, air-conditioned rooms feature satellite TV and tea/coffee makers. The staff was friendly, room very comfortable, you could walk to metro in 3 minutes which took you...
In Copenhagen's historic Indre By district, this hotel features free Wi-Fi, bike rentals and in-room flat-screen TVs. Kongens Have Gardens is right next door and is home to Rosenborg Castle. This hotel is perfectly located in the city, you can get wherever you need to get quickly.
This hotel is in the hip Vesterbro district, about 5 minutes’ walk from Copenhagen Central Train Station and Tivoli Amusement Park. It offers free Wi-Fi and a varied breakfast buffet. PROPERTY HANDY TO MAIN STATION, INFORMATION CENTRE ETC.
This boutique hotel is just around the corner from Copenhagen’s picturesque 17th-century Nyhavn waterfront district. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with flat-screen TVs and Danish designer furniture. Nice easy walk to many sites. A few steps to the waterfront. Very safe.
This ultra-modern, stylish hotel is on an artificial island in central Copenhagen, right next to Fisketorvet Shopping Center. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi, gym and sauna access. Great location. Very clean and comfortable property.
Featuring a breakfast buffet of organic food and ingredients, this modern boutique hotel is 984 feet from City Hall Square and Copenhagen’s pedestrian street, Strøget. Everything was perfect, all the details in the room, the amenities, the staff was very kind and the...
Housed in a classic 19th-century building, this boutique design hotel is a 5-minute walk from Forum Metro Station. We got a pretty nice and comfortable room with a view of a yard.
Located within 5 minutes’ drive of Copenhagen Airport and the Bella Center, this hotel offers free WiFi and free private parking. All rooms have a flat-screen TV. They serve breakfast from 3 am
In the trendy Vesterbro district, the Annex Copenhagen provides good-value accommodations only a quarter mile from Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Train Station. Comfortable, very good location, interesting design
Located conveniently in the Copenhagen City Center, Wakeup Copenhagen - Bernstorffsgade features free WiFi and a shared lounge. Minimalist, contemporary, chic and clean!
Hotel Euroglobe is located in the Frederiksberg district in Copenhagen, a 20-minute walk from central Copenhagen. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The staff were communicative and really helpful.
Located just 722 feet from Bispebjerg train station, this hotel is set in the vibrant Norrebro District of Copenhagen, 1.4 mi from Parken Stadium. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Great ethnically diverse neighborhood outside the city center. Super clean, great bathrooms!
In Copenhagen’s vibrant Vesterbro district, this hotel features brightly decorated rooms with a fridge and free Wi-Fi access. Copenhagen Central Station is a 7-minute walk away. I liked the kitchenette cause you can prepare whatever that you want but the most important that you...
Just 656 feet from Tårnby Station and 3 minutes’ drive from Copenhagen Airport, this hotel offers functional accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. The staff very friendly. They even had Christmas presents for kids!
Set in the trendy Vesterbro district, this boutique hotel is just 656 feet from Copenhagen Central Station. It offers modern, design rooms with LED TVs and free Wi-Fi. The breakfast was excellent with a lot of variety of choices.
Housed in a historic building from 1903, this elegant hotel is located just a 2-minute walk from Tivoli Gardens in central Copenhagen. Truly top notch hotel, beautiful building, professional friendly staff, truly comfortable room.
Featuring a 2-story gourmet restaurant, this luxury boutique hotel offers wine hour at the bar and guestrooms with free WiFi. Great design. Brilliant staff.
Located in Copenhagen’s old Latin Quarter, this stylish hotel offers free WiFi, and designer rooms. Just 4 minutes’ walk away is the main shopping street, Strøget. Everything was the best. There was nothing to complain about. I highly recommend this hotel.
Featuring an organic breakfast buffet, this hotel is located 0.6 mi from Copenhagen Central Station. Each spacious suite has a flat-screen TV. The hotel features a rooftop cafe. WiFi is free. Staff, really comfortable bed, pool and gym and location
This family-run hotel is in the vibrant Vesterbro district, within 5 minutes’ walk of Copenhagen Central Station and Tivoli Gardens. The breakfast was unexpectedly wonderful!
This charming hotel is located in a quiet area, 2 minutes’ walk from Parken Stadium. It offers free Wi-Fi and convenient access to Copenhagen’s city center, a 10-minute bus ride away. The staff were super friendly.
Ideally located next to Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station, this Arne Jacobsen-designed hotel offers guests free WiFi, amazing city views and access to a 6562 ft² state-of-the-art fitness... Everything was perfect. Warmly suggested to stay in this spectacular hotel.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Copenhagen this weekend is $577 or, for a 4-star hotel, $772. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Copenhagen for this weekend cost around $1,112 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $260 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Copenhagen for tonight. You'll pay around $409 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Copenhagen will cost around $573, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Copenhagen cost $159 per night, and 4-star hotels in Copenhagen are $219 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Copenhagen can be found for $412 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I love Copenhagen and I visit almost every year. I have relatives there and visit them every time, but this time I had to get a hotel room which was nice. I like the museums and shopping. In the summer it is nice to take boat trips in the canals and travel around in the country. I also love to eat out and just relax and enjoy myself. Copenhagen is easy to travel around by bus and metro or rent a bike and join the hundreds who bike around the city. Just love Copenhagen :) The parks are lovely and the people are wonderful.
Wheather was so beautiful Althought we were ROBBED in Hotel KONG ARTHUR FOR 2 pounds of gold"King George" we knew it after leaving the Kong Arthur Hotel we did not have time to return & claim for it.Also I forgot to put it in the safe of the room.It was always there in my suit case easily to be opened where I was 8 hours every day out of my room attending the International Ophthalmology conference.
very expensive in terms of food and drinks and also high cost of travelling, fantastic ambiance and feel. For cutting down cost its better to book an apartment hotel rather than a hotel room as one can cut down cost by some self cooking some meals. The cost of tickets to main attractions is very high so do some planning. All major attractions are in zone 2 and 3. Stay clear of hop on and off bus its too overpriced for what it delivers. The free walking tour in English conducted by danish Daniel is the best deal in town so dont miss it.
We were there five days, after spending 12 days in the Baltic on a cruise. Unfortunately, we both caught colds and out of the five days we were only able to sightsee about two days. We plan on returning sometime to see what we missed. Otherwise, what we did see was from the Hop-On/Hop-Off bus and canal tour and it was easy and inexpensive to use. This is high season though, and the crowds were huge. We enjoyed spending what time we weren't in the room coughing and blowing our noses in Tivoli Gardens. Our hotel was directly across the street and the gardens offer many varied restaurants, and lots of benches to sit and watch the people. It's an amazing place and if you miss it you will miss a beautiful part of Copenhagen.
Our favourite spots were Nyhavn, a waterfront entertainment district lined with fine restaurants and bars, Amalienborg Palace, the home of the Danish royal family, and Tivoli Gardens, an enchanting amusement park in the centre of the city. There is no shortage of great restaurants in Copenhagen and we booked dinner one night at a lovely restaurant called Peder Oxe just off Stroget, the main shopping street. Found on a few lists of Copenhagen's best restaurants, Peder Oxe is an elegant and refined space, the staff is well trained (our waitress spoke impeccable English and chatted with us about her trips to Canada) and the food is excellent. My husband had their gourmet hamburger and I enjoyed a delcious steak dinner. From there we went to Montmartre Jazzhus, Copenhagen's legendary jazz house, and closed out our evening with some great jazz. At Nyhavn, we had lunch at the Cap Horn restaurant also considered one of Copenhagen's best restaurants where I tried smorrebrod, the open face sandwiches for which Denmark is well known. Because Copenhagen isn't a large city, we found it easy to get around by walking to all of the major sites. We also found it convenient to be able to take a train from the airport to a stop near our hotel. We enjoyed our visit to Tivoli Gardens during the day and our only disappointment was that we didn't have an opportunity to see it at night when it's lit up with thousands of lights. Our self guided tour of Amalienborg Palace was very interesting and we were fascinated to learn that some of the rooms we were allowed to walk through were still being used by Denmark's Royal Family for state visits. The Palace staff were very friendly and answered all of our questions about the Palace and life in Denmark.
We lived near Copenhagen in Lyngby for 1 1/2 years from 1991-1992. This was our 8th return trip to see close friends who are Danish. Several of our most favorite spots to visit: 1) Tivoli Gardens - any time; famous gardens, multiple choices of restaurants; Sunday afternoon programs of Mimes, ballet, with several Jazz bandstands with live music. A MUST SEE! 2) Lyngby - Great shopping selections (especially Magasin) on Main Street and little shops along walking street to the train station and buses; Lyngby Storecentre (one-of-a-kind shopping center when first built in the early '90s - every kind of store imaginable, with food court and movie theatre, and adjoining hotel). 3) Lyngby - The Deer Park - multiple paths and trails for hiking, jogging, biking or horseback riding - through centuries-old forests, meadows, deer feeding openly at dusk and dawn. HOTEL FORTUNEN and Restaurant, adjoins the main entry of the Deer Park, with extraordinary foods, choice of lovely outdoor terrace eating or the quaint indoor dining room, surrounded by walls of beautifully painted hunting murals. 4) Bagsvaerd Kirk (Church) - close to Lyngby; designed by famed Danish architect Jorb Utzon, after returning to Denmark from designing the Sydney Opera House. 5) Fredriksborg Castle - in Hillerod (north of Copenhagen), with surrounding gardens and path around the lake; easy walking to eateries and pub. 6) 72 hour Copenhagen Card made travel available by any trains, buses, or canal trips. It also covered all entry fees to museums, castles, and Tivoli Gardens. 7) Our newest fun activity: Riding Me-Movers (a new Danish invention) through the newest harbor areas of Copenhagen on our own; faster than walking, not as fast-paced as biking amidst the hundreds of expert Danish bikers. See GoCopenhagen tours and rentals. A fantastic experience!
7.7 Good 5,915 reviews
Great value for money (hotels in Copenhagen are pretty expensive); very good location, 3-4 minutes walk from the central station, within walking distance to city centre, nice bars and restaurants, etc. The rooms are designed very nicely with the glass toilet/shower partition in the middle and beds fitted nicely in a corner. Very slick and clean and well-equipped. Overall, a very good experience and unbeatable value especially for Copenhagen.
8.7 Excellent 1,099 reviews
Such comfy vibes! Very welcoming and a very small, but inviting, space. Everyone was very helpful. The bunks are cozy and I never felt disturbed. They also offer bike rentals for a reasonable price and I HIGHLY recommend. It was the best way to see Copenhagen, and their bikes were good quality. Very close to the central train station and easy to find. Close to plenty yummy food, and a great bar directly across the street.
8.8 Excellent 848 reviews
Hotel is modern, clean and calm, staff is kind. Check in & check out were smooth and without problems. Breakfast was super, full organic & bio food (but eg. scrambled eggs, or pancakes for additional pay). Neighbourhood of the hotel is really calm and safe. Distances: train station Carlsberg ca 5mins by foot, train station Copenhagen H/city centre ca 30-40mins by foot.
8.4 Very Good 6,991 reviews
The view on the 20th floor is AMAZING! The room was super clean. Easy access to the city by metro. There is also an airport shuttle for a very cheap price. The staff was so helpful! After a long intense day of visiting Copenhagen I fainted at the snack bar, and they offered a coke to boost my sugar back up. One of the best hotels I ever stayed in!
9.1 Awesome 2,483 reviews
The hotel staff were super friendly and helpful. Very comfortable and clean rooms. Air conditioning worked great. The best part though was the amazing breakfast that we looked forward to every morning. With the convenient location, comfort, and breakfast we would definitely stay there again next time in Copenhagen!
7.3 Good 13,733 reviews
Excellent location, 5 minutes walking from Metro (15minutes to the center) and trains (6minutes from airport, 35 from Malmo). Breakfast included, essential but clean room. If you're young and you wont enjoy Copenhagen and travel in Denmark and Sweden without spend 100€ per night this hotel is the best option.
8.7 Excellent 2,490 reviews
Amazing room/suite with a view of the park and city. Rooftop breakfast — incredible gym at ground level is a full on personal training gym with everything! The hotel staff could not have been nicer — pool is super unique and relaxing. Loved it! Best place i’ve stayed in CPH hands down.
8.5 Very Good 13,365 reviews
Great position, very close to the city centre and well connected to the airport. Extremely clean and modern, it felt like being in a really nice hotel. I can't recommend it enough and I will definitely book it again next time I'll be in Copenhagen.
8.8 Excellent 5,559 reviews
Absalon Hotel is a short walk from the main train station so is conveniently located for exploring Copenhagen. Our room was clean and comfortable, and had a lovely refresh decor. Great included breakfast. All staff were marvelous ensuring a lovely stay.
8.3 Very Good 2,926 reviews
Location is just 3 minutes walk from The Central station, the staff are able to answer all your queries and they are also friendly. Just to take note to check into Annex Copenhagen, you have to check in at the Absalon Hotel
8.0 Very Good 5,933 reviews
The hotel was nice and cozy. Breakfast was amazing. The best thing about the hotel was that if you choose not to clean your room, they donate money for helping children affected by human trafficking.
8.0 Very Good 3,839 reviews
The best thing about Downtown Hostel is its location for visit city, also if you are looking for a nightlife in Copenhagen, it's a great place to stay.
7.4 Good 4,728 reviews
The best thing about Grand Hotel is the hotel’s central location. The restaurant was very nice with a good breakfast. Front desk staff- nice, polite
8.7 Excellent 1,212 reviews
Beautiful design, excelent breakfast and very kind staff and very good location makes this hotel the best place to stay in Copenhagen.
7.9 Good 4,757 reviews
The room is very clean and comfy, the hotel is in city center and is a 4-minute-walk from the central station of Copenhagen.
7.6 Good 3,857 reviews
Best front desk man ever. His name was something like Rasmassy. Super friendly, super helpful, 5 stars.
8.7 Excellent 1,603 reviews
Excellent location the best in the center of Copenhagen, clean and friendly staff, yummy food
7.6 Good 3,049 reviews
The people definitely is the best feature of this hotel. They are helpful and nice.
8.7 Excellent 5,977 reviews
Best spa in Copenhagen is located at the hotel
8.3 Very Good 1,113 reviews
Best place in Copenhagen center, good staffs