We stayed for one night in September before going on a cruise. The hotel is walking distance from the Central Train Station and Tivoli Gardens.... but you should make note that you have to walk out of the back of the train station to get to the hotel. Those 2 blocks were okay during daylight, but I wouldn't want to walk there at night. Rooms are small, but clean and comfortable. Our room had 2 single beds, with one on the floor. Windows faced the street, but noise was not an issue for us. Another note, you need to put your key card in a slot by the door for the lights to go on. They didn't tell us that, but we figured it out as we had seen that in other European hotels. Staff was very helpful, calling a taxi for us to get to the pier. Breakfast was very good. Would recommend it for a one night stay. If staying longer, I would recommend staying closer to Nyhavn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Privately owned Boutique Hotel run by third generation. Central Copenhagen location in the hip,trendy and lively Vesterbro neighborhood. Our aim is to offer the best service in Copenhagen. Decorated in Designers Guild modern bright colors. Rooms feature: Samsung LED TV, desk, minibar and safe. - Daily Wine-Hour for all guests - Free Wi-Fi - Complimentary Continental Breakfast. - Bikes for rent. - CONCEPT24: The room is yours for 24 hours (Late check-out at no extra cost- must be reserved) - Molton Brown Amenities - Honesty Bar ... more less
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