Royal Bed wasn't our first choice, but we settled here upon finding other places were already booked months in advance. We wanted to have a more Danish experience and intentionally avoided regular hotels in the city center. Royal Bed is located on a quiet residential street in the neighboorhood of Amager. There are bus and Metro connections nearby that take you into the city. We rented bicycles for the duration of our stay and kept them in the inn's carport. This was the BEST way to get around Copenhagen and see the sights. The inn itself appears to be a coverted apartment building. The owner lives on the first two floors. There are one or two rooms and a shared bath on the third floor and two rooms, a shared bath, and a small shared kitchen (for all guests) on the fourth floor. These accomodatations would work well if you were traveling with a group and wanted to get two rooms (ie. an entire floor to yourselves). The biggest problem we had was that it was very close quarters to be sharing with strangers that kept different hours. You could hear every footfall outside your room, not to mention conversations, people leaving early in the morning for the airport, etc. It was terrible even with earplugs. The shared bathroom is tiny, tiny. At first I couldn't figure out where the shower was and then I saw the showerhead above the sink--the entire bathroom coverts to a shower stall. It's nice to have access to a kitchen (though make sure you label your food in the fridge right away!). Do note that this is not a traditional bed & breakfast -- no food is provided. Also, rooms are not made up for you daily as in a hotel. Not a problem for us, but some might be disappointed. The rooms are charming--decorated in all white with rustic wide plank floor boards (I wondered about the noise transmission to the floor below us, though.). The beds are a bit on the squishy side; strange pillows and only a down comforter. Again, not a bad choice for groups, but I would stay away if you're just getting one room.