This is a real find in an expensive city where hotels often fail to deliver on all fronts apart from extortionate price!
There is limited info to be found online, there isn't even an English version to their website...infact the hotel sign is so discreet I had problems finding it.
Once I found it I was greeted by staff who were extremely helpful and friendly. And this went for ALL the staff that I came across.
The rooms were a real pleasant surprise - these are actually apartments and not just rooms, I had a decent sized lounge with simple design and decent lighting (as ever in Denmark) and plasma TV. There was a small kitchenette with sink, fridge and kettle - strangely there were no cooking hobs, yet there was an extractor fan as if there should have been hobs there!
The sofa was PVC and this was slightly off putting and potentially sweaty and sticky when sitting in shorts or skirt! That is really my only criticism - the bedroom had ample storage, iron and ironing board, decent beds, spotlessly clean bedding, and an ensuite bathroom with excellent walk in power shower and again this was spotlessly clean. There is a safe in each wardrobe for valuables, and while there is no wi-fi, there is free use of the wired interenet in each room and they will provide the necessary cables.
Breakfast was the usual continental affair - cold meats, decent croissants and bread, fruit juices, cereals and fruit. They have decent coffee in flasks on all the tables. The breakfast room is nice and bright with full windows all the way on one side and is very sunny and is a nice place to watch the hordes going to work on their bikes.
The hotel also has an impressive atrium area.
Its location is close to the 3 lakes and is about a 10 minute walk to central station and a little less to the Town Hall Square. It is also handy for some of the more interesting suburbs like Vesterbro and Norrebro. There is also a nice park two minutes walk away.
I actually negotiated a price for my room with Charlotte who was the desk manager, I was quoted 1200 DKK, however got it for 895 DKK (at the time around £90)...this might sound a tad expensive, however this is an expensive city and hotels are seldom value for money. I would argue that this most certainly is and would recommend it.
It is also close to Nansengade which has a small Spar and some really interesting art/desin shops and a rather wonderful cafe - Bankerat - not cheap but great sandwiches that are simply massive....some may find the decor a little bizarre (lots of avant garde taxidermy and in the gents you pee in a mouth shaped urinal!!!)....highly recommended.
5 stars from me for this hotel!
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