Accommodation in Copenhagen is not cheap so if you're on a budget, but don't fancy roughing it in a hostel, this is an ideal choice. It's in a great location, convenient for the airport and only about 20 mins walk from the historic city centre. Otherwise known as the Guesthouse Copenhagen, you'll find this little gem at the junction of Amagerbrogade and Ved Amagerport; take the Metro to Amagerbro or Christianshavn - its about halfway between the two (be warned that Google Maps shows Amagerbrogade 4 in the wrong place). The entrance is sandwiched between the Oxford Cafe and Oscar by Night Pizza and looks like the doorway to any other block of flats, which is essentially what it is. There's no reception as such, so you'll have to buzz to be let in (make sure you confirm what time you're arriving).
The guesthouse occupies rooms on the second and fourth floors of the building. I stayed on the second floor and found it very comfortable, clean and quiet. You have use of the kitchen and fridge so, if you prefer, you can do as I did and stock up on cheap food from one of the two supermarkets in the area. Tea and coffee is provided free of charge. As others have mentioned here, the owner Carsten is a very friendly and helpful guy; he speaks English and German fluently and can offer tips on what to see and do while you're in Copenhagen. The other guests were also interesting to chat to, a nice mix of ages and nationalities, including people travelling for both business and leisure.
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