Locating the hotel was a bit difficult because of Google Maps, who register it under number 12 of Amagerbrogade street, whereas the main part of the hotel is in number 4. The owner Emil was waiting for us so there was no problem after we called him and he was nice in explaining a bit about the city and what is there to see. The place itself is very nice and super cozy. Our room was like from 19th century France, with the decorated furniture and a huge romantic painting above our heads. There are two shared bathrooms, one kitchen with tea and coffee and one living room for (I think) 8 rooms on the floor (so it might get tight in theory, but we had no problem with that). I guess the level of comfort depends also on your co-visitors, as the walls are rather thin and you can hear people discussing in the living room, but we had a good experience for the three nights.
Besides thin walls (through which we could hear a party on another floor), the only negative was an aspect that reflects the old-stylishness of the place – no air conditioning. It was extremely hot and the only way how to survive in the room was to open the window to the street – which was extremely noisy on a Friday night. As this is once again related to the noise, I would go for ear-plugs.
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