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CentralHotellet is housed in a renovated 19th-century building next to Køge's main square and offers free Wi-Fi, 4 free private parking places and rooms with cable TV.
Excellent location. Beautiful room. Good breakfast. Exceptional staff
Opening in March 2014, this hotel is 0.9 mi from Køge town center and 40 minutes’ drive from central Copenhagen. It offers free Wi-Fi, an on-site fitness center and restaurant with a bar.
We had a spare day, and not knowing this part of Denmark, decided to visit. Lovely vistas from the hotel, (like being on safari) with cattle roaming on the marsh towards the beach. Super quiet, lovely friendly efficient staff, excellent dinner and breakfast. Perfect.
Located in Køge in the Sjælland region and Frederiksberg Slot reachable within 24 miles, AD Apartment has accommodations with free Wifi, barbecue facilities, a garden and free private parking.
Great room that looks newly refurbished! Easy check in on late arrival, clean, easy parking and all you need for a short stay.
Surrounded by nature, Troldegaarden B&B is 10 minutes' drive from central Køge. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property and free private parking is available on site.
We had our own entry, so we were totally free in our day planning. There were a lot of cute animals on the farm to look at. We loved the path between the pastures.
Located in Køge, 27 miles from Frederiksberg Slot, Gl.Hastrup Guesthouse provides accommodations with free Wifi and free private parking.
The location was great for our visit to the area. The hosts were very nice. The room was clean and modern with most of the mod cons we would like to have available in the room, for example a little fridge. Parking was easy and free. There are several shops and restaurants nearby that are easy to use.
Located just 2789 feet from Køge train station and the town center, this self-catering apartment features free WiFi. Copenhagen is 27 mi away.
Cool hippie vibes. Large and clean basement apartment with everything you need. Cool backyard where you can have dinner or breakfast with chickens 🐔 cats 🐈 and dogs 🐕 😀. You can buy fresh eggs from your friendly host. Also beer, sodas and wine available 👌
I traveled by train from Copenhagen to do a 3 day hike. Koge was such a pleasant surprise - gorgeous architecture, good little hotel close to the market square, lots of amenities (shops/restaurants). Took a bus from train station (get your bus and train tickets in a 7 Eleven) to furthest point to hike to Stevens Klimt. Had to return there that night to connect onto another train to Mons Island - amazing hiking spot! Koge is not a touristy town so really nice to see the Danes doing their market shopping on a saturday morning too. Great restaurants too.
We arrived late lunchtime so decided to eat at Café Vanilla, which provided us with a fine meal. There are plenty of other eateries - some dead expensive. We eat at Vivaldi over the w/e without a reservation, but be warned - we found the portions quite generous. Køge centro is a pleasant little town to visit. We came in a few times - often after a walk along the coast. It's a good walk into town from the bay though. Stacy's Diner is definitely worth a look, and the nearby marina is open and welcoming to tourists. There is a swimming lagoon if you are feeling brave.
A very quaint and attractive town. Some fantastic old buildings and a pretty cobbled square. Good selection of places to eat albeit rather pricey. Virtually everyone speaks English. There is a super model village of the town as it was in 1865 built on a scale of 1 in 10. Definitely worth a visit. The staff in the Information Office in the square are friendly and knowledgeable.