We ourselves are not very familiar with hostel, had an idea, but eventually it was not too bad. On the contrary, we will do more. Our room looked clean and big enough for family of 5. Well one selected with private toilet and spacious shower. Beds were clean and formatted. Room itself was also clean and nice view.
Location is very easy to find in Kolding. Hostel is located in a friendly neighborhood. Free fast wifi by the way. The lady on reception was very nice and with humor. Not only because we got a bigger room, from 5 to 8 people (room 32) and with 4 bunk beds for 5 people. Close to bunk dance at night (joke of the reception). We got 2 key passes, also handy. No own kitchen as was known. Outside a grass small playground for children. You got to love a “hostel” environment.
Kitchen and TV room are communal area. Many children and many people in a small expectoration, but no noise at night at all. Although the matrass is of size of 10 cm on top of a solid compressed wood base and creaking bed, we slept well despite that. The bunk beds differs from size, probably thought of tall people. Good price for what you get and enjoyed staying. Kolding itself has anything and everything open, many supermarkets nearby, including Sundays. Netherlands can take an example.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- WelcomeWelcome to Danhostel Kolding Kolding is a Danish seaport at the head of Kolding Fjord in Region of Southern Jutland. Kolding is the seventh largest city in Denmark.Popular attractions in Kolding is the former royal castle of Koldinghus built in the 13th century, now a museum with certain parts of the castle, chapel and hall being used for governmental ceremonial events.The Trapholt art museum and the gardens Geografisk Have. Kolding is also the site of Designskolen Kolding a university level design school and University College South. Kolding is just one-hour drive from the Danish/German border, Danfoss-Universe, the West Coast, Givskud Zoo, Legoland amusement parks, Aros Kunstmuseum with Rainbow Panorama in Aarhus and The Hans Christian Andersen Museum in Odense. The municipality is also a part of the East Jutland and just two-hour drive to Copenhagen over the 18 km long bridge across The Great Belt Bridge to Zealand for a visit in Tivoli and Nyhavn. Kolding hostel is located in green surroundings in the northern part of the town, a 10-minute walk from the town centre. The location of the hostel is considerably elevated, overlooking Koldinghus Castle, the castle lake, the harbour and the fjord.DANHOSTEL Kolding was built in 1938, but has been modernised several times, with large comfortable rooms with private bathrooms, dining room with panoramic views and cozy guest kitchen. It is a beautiful black wooden house with a red tiled roof. Today a modern hostel with a historical touch. ... more less
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