Really convenient location - about 5 min walk from Central Station and Tivoli. We didn't find the location or the proximity of the "red light" district a concern. Frankly, if I hadn't read reviews here that mentioned these things, I probably wouldn't have even noticed them at all. We only took advantage of breakfast one day and found it to be exactly what one would expect from a breakfast buffet. We didn't try the pop-up restaurant, as we had booked most all of our meals prior to arriving. WiFi is available, though we found the signal strength to be so weak we just used cell data most of the time. Rooms are adequate - we were in a standard double and, considering the size of the room, I found there to be far too much furniture in the room. The desk and 2 additional chairs were crammed in so tightly that it was difficult to walk around the bed. We almost ended up storing our empty luggage on the window sill, but eventually found a way to make everything fit. It would greatly benefit the functionality of the room to remove the 2 chairs (one at the "desk" - really more of a side table, and one in the corner) and provide a little more "wiggle room". The bathroom was standard, with the expected amenities. Our room faced the courtyard and we had little noise from the outside. This brings me to my first negative - there was LOTS of noise from the neighbors next door (I presume it's all apartments surrounding the hotel). We were in the last room in the hallway, so I'm sure the noise wasn't from fellow hotel go-ers. On Friday night, there was a near constant stomping/banging/door slamming from 10PM until approximately 2AM. This was repeated on Saturday. On Sunday - Tuesday, the noise generally quieted around midnight and started up again around 6AM (presumably someone getting ready for work or school). In general, we found the front desk staff to be friendly and helpful with the exception of the male staff member (my second negative). He was unhelpful with us and downright rude to a family of Spanish-speaking tourists who were speaking to him when we came into the lobby. He had no interest in helping them (or us) find what we were looking for and was quite derisive of tourists and things that he considered touristy…Which makes me think he is rather ill-suited to the hospitality industry.
All in all, we would stay at this hotel again, but we would ask for a room more centrally located (still overlooking the courtyard) in the hopes that this would minimize noise from non-hotel neighbors.
- 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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