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My family spent four great night at this charming hotel over Christmas and thought it was great! We have a 16 year old and a 20 year old and the family suite was great for us. The rooms had adjoining doors and each room had...More
Overall the hotel Axel Guldsmeden was ok. The room and hotel had an interesting Bali decor. I would have preferred traditional towels in the bathroom. The woven cloth towels didn't dry your body very well and weren't soft like a traditional cotton towel. The negative...More
When talking to one of the front desk people he said that some people like the hotel and it is fore them and some don't and it isn't. For myself an my family, we are those people who do like it. On the plus side...More
The convenience of this hotel to the train station was the factor that had our family of 7 stay there, but it turned out to be one of our favorite hotels of our 2-week trip. Unique and kind of funky, with natural breakfast indoors or...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 nights here - this was a warm and welcoming place for our December visit to Copenhagen, when the daylight was scant and the weather sometimes wet and chilly. Very helpful and professional staff. Some have described the area as a...More
This neighbourhood is home to Tivoli Gardens, a world famous amusement park and beautiful garden always worth a visit. Just west of Tivoli, you’ll find Copenhagen Central Station, from where you can reach just about every part of Denmark within 5 or 6 hours, or you can reach Copenhagen Airport in less than 15 minutes. Next to the Central Station, you’re in the middle of “old” Vesterbro, where several cultures and
hundreds of languages are spoken in an area not more than one square mile. This neighbourhood is considered one of the most trendy places to live in and to visit in Copenhagen. For a real treat, visit Kødbyen ("meat town"), home to several restaurants, cafés and nightclubs, all within a short walk of each other.
The spa costs around $40US, you can walk to Nyhaven (the coloured buildings) in around 15 minutes - it's a lovely walk. Tivoli is shut until April so unfortunately I didn't get to try it out so can't give my view. All in all... More
The spa costs around $40US, you can walk to Nyhaven (the coloured buildings) in around 15 minutes - it's a lovely walk. Tivoli is shut until April so unfortunately I didn't get to try it out so can't give my view. All in all though, the hotel is great - I'd highly recommend it.
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"Higher floors quieter, but a longer wait for the elevator"