Copenhagen is an expensive city and it's very tempting to stay in the cheapest place you can find. Spend the money and get somewhere nice! The positives: location is good, you can walk into the center of copenhagen in 15 minutes. The wifi is free. The staff were helpful. Now the …
It is the cheapest place in Copenhage, and good localitation, but it is dirty, beds are horrible, you couldn't sleep without pain on your back. The staff is nice. If you find better place to stay, don't think about this hostel
We liked the hostel, it was spacious with good common and kitchen facilities. the room was a little hot but it was midsummer. You have to pay to rent the bedding, but even so it's one of the cheapest places to stay in this expensive city, and good value we thought. There is a lov…
I was unpleasantly surprised by the fact that they didn't provide a pillow unless you opted to rent the whole bed bundle which comes at 60 dkk.
Aside from that, the place was OK. The room was actually a little too hot and noisy, but the price was very good for Copenhagen in this …
Great hostel full of friendly people! The only drawback was that pillows were not provided and, unfortunately, renting them would have been disproportionately expensive compared to the overall price. Overall it was a very pleasant stay!
"Do not pick the 33 bed or the 66 bed rooms! It's not worth it!"
"Don't sleep in the 65 people room."
"Avoid the 66 room.. Just that"
"Ask for a room where the window can open, and prefer the biggest dorms, paradoxically the guests are less likely to be anti-social there."
"Carry your linens"