Hotels Near Groed

5/5Perfect32 Reviews
1.16km from Groed
Avenue Hotel Copenhagen by Brochner Hotels is an excellent example of keeping things simple. The team running the hotel seem to be happy and empowered to provide excellent and friendly service that makes every guest feel welcome and cared for. The rooms are clean and comfortable, with good quality linen and towels and plenty of plug points. The hotel is located with very good access to transport services, making it easy to get around the city, and the bicycle rental service is a good alternative if you want to join the many other cyclists on the streets of Copenhagen. I really enjoyed my stay.
FromUS$113
3.7/537 Reviews
1.65km from Groed
I spent a long weekend at Cabinn Scandinavia, I can say at the end my time was positive even if there are some things, in my opinion, that really need to be improved. Pity, some little details can make the difference, that's why my experience was a mix of 'yes' and 'no'. Yes: The position is very good, close to a metro stop, a supermarket, some restaurants and in a quiet neighbourhood. The staff is wonderful! The guys at the reception were always friendly and ready to do all they best to help you. Plus they spoke a perfect English. In an expensive town like Copenhagen, the idea of a hotel that offers only the very basic services to keep the price low is for sure very good. It's a no frills accommodation, but it covers all the essential needs of a budget traveller. My room was simple but functional. The bed was comfortable, there was a tv, wifi, a small desk. The furniture was modern and in fair conditions, cleaning was ok. The space isn't much, but it's organised in the best possible way. No: The room lighting was really poor. There was a small light near the door (useless), one at the desk and a lamp near the bed, no more. I even switched on tv to have some more light. That's really not enough, above all in the dark hours. There were no curtains except the dark one for the night. I would have felt much more comfortable if there was something covering the windows while I was changing clothes, for example… even more considering that I was at the first floor with people walking in front of my window. The floor shower with a curtain wasn't the best either, a shower box is always preferable, above all not to have the whole bathroom floor wet. But it's often like this in budget hotels.
FromUS$69
4.2/5Very Good21 Reviews
1.32km from Groed
Situated in the vibrant Nørrebro district in Copenhagen, this non-profit hostel is driven by volunteers. Eco-friendly practices at this property include an organic breakfast and energy-saving lightbulbs. You will find many restaurants, bars and shopping nearby. Parken Stadium is 1.7 km away.Rooms have a shared bathroom. Globalhagen Hostel features free WiFi throughout the property. You can also prepare your own food in the shared kitchen.Tivoli Gardens is 1.8 km from Globalhagen Hostel, while Nyhavn is 1.9 km away. The nearest airport is Kastrup Airport, 8 km from Globalhagen Hostel.
FromUS$28
3.9/530 Reviews
0.78km from Groed
M18 is set in Copenhagen, 1.6 km from Parken Stadium and 2.2 km from Tivoli Gardens.Every room has a TV. Some rooms include a seating area where you can relax. The rooms have a private bathroom. M18 features free WiFi throughout the property.There is a shared kitchen at the property.Nyhavn is 2.4 km from M18, while Islands Brygge is 3.4 km from the property. Copenhagen Kastrup Airport is 9 km away.
FromUS$92
4.4/5Excellent35 Reviews
1.7km from Groed
We enjoyed every moment of our stay. Nice rooms with darkening curtains, boble bath in a big bathroom and a big double bed. Most important of all we could enjoy one of copenhagens best hotel morning buffets (GLUTENFRI OPTIONS) at one of the yards cosy tables. The service was absolutely awesome too. Capuccino was served with big smiles from the nice ladies. We will soon come again!
FromUS$159
4.4/5Excellent25 Reviews
2.02km from Groed
The By the Lakes Apartments - into This Place is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The By the Lakes Apartments - into This Place offers a pleasant stay in Copenhagen for those traveling for business or leisure. With Nørreport Railway Station just 900m away and Copenhagen Airport only 10km away, transportation is very convenient. In addition, Forum Metro Station is just a short walk away. Famous local attractions Bremen Teater, Pumpehuset and Jarmers Taarn, can all be reached with a short walk. In their spare time, guests can explore the hotel's surroundings. This Copenhagen hotel offers parking on site.
FromUS$127
4.5/5Excellent15 Reviews
2.09km from Groed
All our expectations were fully met from the first minutes. This is gorgeous, quiet and calm hotel. It’s the perfect option for single tourists and couples. This charming and friendly hotel has a good location in the inner town. Within walking distance there are various sights, restaurants, shops and bars, public city transport. The excellent value for money. The room was very comfortable, cozy and clean. Nice comfortable and so soft bed. You actually sell the deep and restful sleep. Quite a nice kit with essential toiletries was provided. Everything was thought out to the smallest detail absolutely in the room. Very polite, friendly and responsive staff works here. They always try to help and answer on any questions. We would definitely use this hotel again if going back to the Copenhagen.
FromUS$91
4.3/5Excellent52 Reviews
2.21km from Groed
Breakfast is not included in the room rate. The hotel provides a 49kr breakfast package, but you have to book in advance. The environment is good, economical and affordable. It is a more cost-effective hostel. There are many types of rooms, the beds are relatively small, single beds, dormitories are 6-beds, some dorms are mixed, but they are mostly men, and there are 6-beds exclusively for women.
FromUS$20
4.7/5Outstanding34 Reviews
2.23km from Groed
The hotel is very unique with its wine hour, nightcap, and free coffee in the morning. Great location in the center of Copenhagen, nice and helpful staff, stylish lobby. Our room was okay, but I would have expected more from the "superior" category. The bathroom was quite small and didn't have a shower curtain, so the whole floor was basically flooded every time someone took a shower. It also would have been nice to have a mini-fridge/bar in the room.
FromUS$142
4.3/5Excellent51 Reviews
2.3km from Groed
Good but not great. The hotel is located right in the center, very convenient location. Check-in was quick and efficient, not the warmest welcome on arrival but it’s understandable form a business hotel. Despite the fact that I was attending a big event at the hotel when asking for a late checkout until 2 pm instead of the regular checkout time which is 12 I was asked to pay 250 Krona. It’s not a lot but a little flexibility would have been appreciated. Breakfast is decent with some cooked dishes (the same everyday) and the usual petites, breads, cold cuts and so on. Variety could be improved. On a positive note, there are always a few different types of plant based drinks available. Here is where the hotel let me down: the room. While the view was definitely lovely, the amenities are very lacking. No water bottles, no kettle, no coffe, no tee. In the bathroom, no toothbrushes, no cotton buds. I was expecting more, very basic. Good place for meetings or a quick stop, not recommend for comfort.
FromUS$141
4.1/5Very Good50 Reviews
2.32km from Groed
The location is very good. It is in the old town of Copenhagen, close to the city hall of people from all over the world who are married, but it is not particularly close to new areas such as the University of Copenhagen and the National Library. There are many surrounding attractions, pedestrian streets, statues of daughters of the sea, palaces, etc. are all within walking distance. There is also a shopping mall on the pedestrian street, which feels better than the British Palace. Facilities are a bit old, but quite spacious, as if going out is the subway. Breakfast is average, but there are a lot of Michelin restaurants nearby, and net red dessert shops are not far. The brother at the front desk was very funny, and almost let me check in with my ID.
FromUS$126
4.4/5Excellent35 Reviews
2.33km from Groed
I’m still in the hotel, catastrophic. Consider that my valuation is 2/5 instead of 1/5 due to the great position. Position and that’s it. The hotel seems an old 2 stars, but officially is a 4 stars category, and when you see the lobby you could also believe that… but the truth is another. First there are two hotel in one, also the Wide is in the same building. The rooms are little and dated. There are no electrical outlets, this is a mess if you have more than a device to charge, forget the pc, are too slow. In the toilet, that looks like the one from my grandma built in 1970, there is rust, no window and the snorkel is broken and the light in the shower/bathtub is not working. In the toilet as well you can find the brush from ikea (0,79 €). There is only a towel for the hands and one for the shower that is 100x50 so too little and you need at least 2, but you can not steal the one from the person with you. No shower, conditioner and cream, no bag for the dirty washes. The curtains are only dark and not fitting with the wall, so lights is coming in, but the windows are not cover so everyone can see me naked because I can not cover it, also because there is almost no light in the Room. AVOID THE 102 !!! Basically out of 2 night I will sleep only the first and I already cancelled the second. Yes I am publishing this wile still in this “cheap motel”.
FromUS$141

Hotels Near Groed In Copenhagen Review

4.6/553 Reviews
recommend! Can play 95 points! The check-in is quick and convenient, the location is good overall, the river is opposite, and the discount supermarket and shopping mall are next to it, which is especially convenient. There was a large terrace in our room. Although I lost the selfie stick, it was really good. The scenery was so good that I could see the running public. The breakfast is also very good. I recommend everyone to eat. It is not too luxurious. It is very rich. Every food is very comfortable. The foie gras and meat sauce have a variety of breads. Hygiene is good. We have breakfast. For an hour, it was especially comfortable to eat. The room space is really small, the floor lamp is still broken... I can't keep it off, but everything else is very good, let us fall in love with Denmark, will go next time!
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FromUS$129
4.8/534 Reviews
Me and my wife spent five nights at this hotel during a Copenhagen city break. The hotel is really close to central station, a 3 minutes walk. Staff was very nice and discrete, pleasant decorations and a plus for the enclosed room on the hallway which would allow up to 4 persons to have a chat, play a game or have a drink in the evening without disturbing the other guests. A mini-library, two computers, lots of leaflets and magazines were available, city map was provided at the reception. Reception closes at 8 PM, but if you arrive later than that, like we almost did, they have a well thought check-in system in place based on lock-boxes and they will send you the details on email. Our room was spacious, warm and really quiet at night. Equipped with a fully functional kitchenette (sink, microwave oven, toaster, plates, cutlery, fridge) and a much appreciated Nespresso machine. Note that the breakfast is provided in paper bags hung by the door, and that's why the hallway smells amazing in the morning. The bed was ok, but due to a noticeable inclination of the floor (this was confirmed with the staff to make sure it wasn't just an impression of mine) which translated to the bed, too, at least the window side was uncomfortable to sleep on. Pillows were small but surprisingly comfortable and I would have loved more estate on the night stands (barely managed with a book and my phone). Bathroom was fine, we're not huge fans of shower curtains, but in the end we managed, a feet towel for when you come out of the shower would have been welcomed. Ventilation was a bit weak. WiFi signal was sometimes quite low, mostly in the evenings when the network was probably accessed by more guests. What we didn't like was that on our last two days there were no more refills for the coffee capsules and toilet paper (neither room cleaning for that matter, but that wasn't an issue) and we had to go to the reception and ask for them (and which the reception staff promptly provided). Pro tip: mind the main door on your way out, it is automatic and opens quite abruptly. All in all, we would stay here again and recommend it, but definitely in a different room, without the aforementioned inclination.
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FromUS$125
3.9/530 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
Good facilities, service is in place
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FromUS$46
5/536 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
This hotel is highly recommended. Whether it is from the location of the hotel, quality of service, infrastructure, it is perfect! My mom heard that Ctrip can write reviews, so let me write a good comment. The breakfast is quite rich and picturesque. The room is large, there are a lot of compartments, and the hotel is also quite thoughtful. Only you can't think of it, without them being prepared, I think I should be able to satisfy all kinds of discerning guests. In the winter, you can also have a fireplace. It’s really burning wood. My mom's favorite is the garden next to the hotel. It is free to enter the hotel. It is really super beautiful, all kinds of flowers, various amusement facilities, various restaurants, my mom has to go shopping every night. The hotel is in the center of the city, the traffic is very convenient, just buy something to walk, no need to take a taxi, what brand can be found around it. Maybe its appearance is not so conspicuous, but walking into the hotel will really shock you. I am also a very picky person, this hotel really makes me quite satisfied, strong Amway, very worthy of its price, do not hesitate.
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FromUS$576
3.2/531 Reviews
The hotel is a little outside of the center, but is well reached by the metro or even by the bus. The room was relatively small. But you know that already at the booking. It made us feel like a youth hostel rather than a hotel. There is also a need to dress the beds themselves. These are very comfortable. But breakfast was very generous for this hotel category. The rooms were very clean in the morning. The more guests had used them, the more they had needed cleaning again. It's already bad, you don't leave the rooms as you wish to meet them. Washing the washing venue shortly after use if you have polluted it wouldn't be a big thing ... We're very late. This was agreed with the hotel and the room keys were deposited. To reach them, we could choose a certain telephone number, where then we were explained how to reach the key cards. Unfortunately, they still worked to get into the staircase, but not for our room. We had to call again and wait for a staffer to reprogramme the cards at half two in the morning. That was not very pleasant for him and us. It would be better if the room cards were tested before depositing for such cases. As a compensation we have offered breakfast for it. However, of course, we are very happy!
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FromUS$75
4/531 Reviews
Arrived for a nice weekend in Copenhagen and expectations where extremely high entering The Villa. Expect to stand in line if there is many check ins at one time, the front desk is in the end of the large all in one bar, lobby and lounge - the courtyard. Tre small counter desks and it`s quite crowdy when a lot of people arrives at the same time. But there is a self check in area just beside, but if you do not know it is there you probably will not notice. Rooms is nice decorated, and beds really comfy. Stayed at the top floor. Expect it to be noisy outside during night time in weekends due to the hotels location. Construction workers outside our window, but they will not be there forever. But it is a busy area in many ways. Breakfast - a total disaster. A quite limitted selection of food, and way off my expectations for a hotel like this. Friday morning only one buffet where open, and there where missing a lot of food on the buffet since there where so many people eating at the same time and staff where not able at all to keep up. Tables where not cleaned, and this where just a huge dissapointment in total. Saturday a bit better, since to they opened another buffet, but still lack of cleaning tables, and staff where not as expected at all. Where where they??? For a hotel like this i actually expect staff to be present, serving coffe at the table, etc. The lobbybar is really slow in service, and I actually had to watch the bartender asking collegue for reciept for a aperol spritzer..... (four persons standing in the bar thrusday, but two of them where just busy with internal talking/work, I don`n know what they did, but they should not ignore guest standing in the bar when collegues where busy. In genaral they do not see you at all when sitting in the lobby area, but when they sees you they are nice and friendly, so a bit of service training might be helpful. In all, the expectations where high, I expected it to be in the same service level as their sister hotels both in Norway and Sweden, but sorry to say, the service where just average this weekend. When rates for both staying there and the prices in restaurant and bar are higher than other places in area you are just expecting more. And i hope for the hotel that this will improve quite soon, othervice there are lot of other hotels in Copenhagen that offers a better total experience and value for money. I am actually a bit sorry to write a rewiew like this for this hotel, but I hope you guys will improve.
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FromUS$204
4.8/537 Reviews
The room was ok-ish. But it had issues. 1. No real door to the bathroom. Large sliding glass door with frosted glass. Could’ve just taken a dump without closing it due to no real closing mechanism hindering sound, and it was see-through basically. 2. The lighting switches was bad. Three options, all off, all on or entrance+bathroom+two spotlights in the “bedroom”? So if you had to go to the bathroom in the night you had to light up the entire room basically. If all was off, only two mini spotlights at each side of the bed that was insanely strong. So no soft light when you wanted to go to bed and get cosy. 3. The AC in the room didn’t work. Room temp was 26 degrees when we entered. Reducing it to 20 or any other temperature didn’t work. Luckily we had two balcony doors we could open to make it bearable. But our room was toward the city with trains outside, so the noise pollution was really bad. 4. The TV was really small and had no smart functions at all. It’s the year 2022 and not being able to use chromecast or airplay to stream what you want to watch is just plane stupid. These functions have existed for 10 years and not having a TV with these basic things is really impressive and cheap. The Hotel Wi-Fi also blocked you from using your own chromecast! 5. We had the executive room so had access to the executive breakfast at 11th floor. But the view from 11th floor was not so great due to small windows, curtains and over all the floor planning was bad. So didn’t experience the view unless you had a seating at the window. So paying extra to get that access was not worth it. Despite all the issues above, it was still an ok experience. Nice room generally and the hotel over all. But I don’t think we’ll stay here again if we go back. Then we will try a different hotel.
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FromUS$132
4.7/544 Reviews
This is the best experience and one of my favorites in the hotel I have stayed in. First of all, the first item of my evaluation criteria for the hotel is the bed. Sleep quality is really important when going out for business or traveling. This bed is enough for a family of three, and it is comfortable without feeling loose. The facilities are also very American. There are ice machines in the corridor and other facilities are complete. The bathrooms are tidy and clean, and there is no old feeling. The buildings in Denmark are not very high. If your room is high-rise, you can overlook the city if you sit in front of the window. See Sweden across the sea in the distance. The second is the location, near the airport, but the transportation is convenient. There are direct subways and trains to the city center and the airport. It takes about 10 minutes to reach the airport, and the city center is only a few stops away. Remember, there is a shopping mall and supermarket nearby. , Shopping and eating are very convenient. The parking lot is charged. I remember that there are about 100 Danish kroner per night, which is almost equivalent to the RMB. When the price/performance ratio is similar, I really recommend choosing this one. The price is still very high among the Danish price/performance ratio. Sometimes it is more cost-effective in advance or with a discount. I ordered more than 1,000 in two days.
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FromUS$147
4.3/58 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
The style of the whole hotel is also very good. The waiters are very kind. All the room equipment is very clean. Breakfast is also not low cp value. And the G/F also has a lot of space to make friends with guests from all over the world and has enough entertainment facilities. A little short of the bathroom is not completely dry and wet separation. Although the bath is separated by a door, the water will still splash out. And the shampoo and shower gel are provided 2 to 1. In addition, the bed is not separated by curtains, privacy is slightly lower. Overall, it is still cheap and good. Next time I go to Copenhagen, I will choose this hotel again.
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FromUS$19
4.4/530 Reviews
In the Geha area, the price is relatively small, but the room is relatively clean, but there is a bathtub. It is very close to the train station. After three or four intersections, it is going to be renovated. I think it will be better in the future.
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FromUS$123
4.6/543 Reviews
Hotel location is very good, but it is a branch road of the road for a few years, I live alone in a separate bathroom single room, very clean, the scenery is good, quiet, very comfortable
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FromUS$71
4.5/558 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
Good location, next door is 711! It is near the municipal square, 5 minutes walk to Quvoli Park, 3 minutes to the pedestrian street, 10 minutes to the train station, 5-8 minutes to Jiabo Shi and the National Museum! But the room is average. The room is small after the extra bed, and the bed itself is relatively small. I ca n’t figure out how Europeans can sleep well. The bathtub is high! Breakfast is more average, it ’s exactly the same for three days, but the juice machine is more advanced! It is estimated that domestic Samsung standards will exceed five-star prices in late August!
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FromUS$125
4.5/533 Reviews
The hotel is very close to the train station but the area was very tranquil and clean. There are many hotels in the area and restaurants. Attractions like Tivoli, Glyptothek, Christianborg or the museum are in walking distance. The room was big enough with a sofa bed for my daughter. The bathroom was spacious and with a floor heating. The heating was somehow central controlled what is a bit anoying but for the cold days in Kopenhagen OK. The breakfast room was always full and you had to wait a bit to get seated (eastern?) The food was good although the orange juice was not fresh. The prices are high
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FromUS$188
4.2/560 Reviews
The space in the room is not bad. Two people are absolutely enough. The air conditioner in the room doesn't know why it always blows cool air. The adjustment button is useless. You can only cover the quilt and block the air conditioner outlet with a plastic bag. There was a heater in the room that was not found behind the curtains. There were a lot of sockets in the room. The breakfast was quite generous. Geographical location can also walk to the train station, walking Geha can meet the requirements.
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FromUS$104
3.7/537 Reviews
I spent a long weekend at Cabinn Scandinavia, I can say at the end my time was positive even if there are some things, in my opinion, that really need to be improved. Pity, some little details can make the difference, that's why my experience was a mix of 'yes' and 'no'. Yes: The position is very good, close to a metro stop, a supermarket, some restaurants and in a quiet neighbourhood. The staff is wonderful! The guys at the reception were always friendly and ready to do all they best to help you. Plus they spoke a perfect English. In an expensive town like Copenhagen, the idea of a hotel that offers only the very basic services to keep the price low is for sure very good. It's a no frills accommodation, but it covers all the essential needs of a budget traveller. My room was simple but functional. The bed was comfortable, there was a tv, wifi, a small desk. The furniture was modern and in fair conditions, cleaning was ok. The space isn't much, but it's organised in the best possible way. No: The room lighting was really poor. There was a small light near the door (useless), one at the desk and a lamp near the bed, no more. I even switched on tv to have some more light. That's really not enough, above all in the dark hours. There were no curtains except the dark one for the night. I would have felt much more comfortable if there was something covering the windows while I was changing clothes, for example… even more considering that I was at the first floor with people walking in front of my window. The floor shower with a curtain wasn't the best either, a shower box is always preferable, above all not to have the whole bathroom floor wet. But it's often like this in budget hotels.
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FromUS$69
4.2/543 Reviews
Very good breakfast. Very satisfied. Although the hotel is not as rich and luxurious as the average hotel, it is really warm and cozy. It seems that there are paths leading to different functional areas. It is a better experience for Copenhagen, a city with its own unique flavor, to choose to stay in such a hotel with its own temperament. However, the standard room is really small, even if the layout is warm and comfortable, it must be admitted that it is indeed small, like a Japanese hotel. There is a row of hotel's public bicycles outside the door, which can be rented
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FromUS$104
4.8/547 Reviews
During a trip to the three Nordic countries, Copenhagen was the most expensive hotel. Choose to choose, choose this best apartment hotel. The rooms are large and the kitchen facilities are readily available. There are washing machines and dryers, which is very convenient. There is an underground parking lot and the entrance is on the other side of the building. The hotel breakfast is a standard Western breakfast. There is a supermarket 50 meters from the hotel entrance. It's not too far from the attractions, and it takes more than 20 minutes to walk to the Little Mermaid.
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FromUS$156
4.2/534 Reviews
Stayed for 4 nights, location is key as it's located 100m from Kobenhavn H metro station as well as 200m from some night bars and a 5 min walk to the Tivoli Gardens. The fact that it was next to the metro station helped us save a lot of time in order to visit the places we had in mind. Breakfast was great so it's worth adding to your booking. Really quiet (we stayed on the 5th floor). The room we stayed in had a lot of space to store the bags and we could also hang up some of our clothes in the wardrobe. The only small thing was that after taking showers, the steam from the hot water remained in the bathroom so we had to leave the door open and open the window to avoid bad smell. Everything else was great, comfortable beds were also really appreciated That being said, I strongly advise for travellers to issue a Copenhagen Card upon their arrival to the Airport (public transportation is 100% included as well as pretty much every palce to see- castles, museums etc). We did that and used the metro at least 8 times per day saving a lot and adding value to the fact that the hotel is next to the metro station.
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FromUS$101
4.9/534 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
We stayed here for a couple of nights in a Superior Double. We arrived really early & we’re able to leave our luggage,. The receptionist was young & learning it was a slow process that wasn’t a problem as everyone has to learn but we were literlary given a key no times for breakfast, where the room was, check out etc. We got to our room it was a twin, I went back down to reception & a male came to assist. Although this was resolved fast it was very abrupt - apparebtly a twin is a double for two people, when I showed the booking which said double bed we were moved. Our room was quirky just as I’d hoped, we were located on the main road but the windows keep most of the noise out. The furniture and decor are great. There was a coffee bag machine, kettle, iron, safe, toiletries, dressing gown and slippers. There wasn’t a docking station or usb plugs which it stated on the website we booked on. Breakfast was good - fruit, muesli, yoghurts, bread, cheese, ham, juice, coffee. Staff worked hard in the restaurant and were very friendly in comparison to reception! Location great 5 min walk from Central station, 15 to river. The hotel hires bikes but they are pricey so we downloaded the donkey app for our trip. We used tripadvisor for food recommendations as reception were either busy or not there. On the whole this hotel is nice but the customer service vastly needs improving! Having worked on a reception I understand the long hours and split shifts but for the amount we paid to stay i’d expect better/quicker/friendlier service.
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FromUS$117
4.3/551 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
Good but not great. The hotel is located right in the center, very convenient location. Check-in was quick and efficient, not the warmest welcome on arrival but it’s understandable form a business hotel. Despite the fact that I was attending a big event at the hotel when asking for a late checkout until 2 pm instead of the regular checkout time which is 12 I was asked to pay 250 Krona. It’s not a lot but a little flexibility would have been appreciated. Breakfast is decent with some cooked dishes (the same everyday) and the usual petites, breads, cold cuts and so on. Variety could be improved. On a positive note, there are always a few different types of plant based drinks available. Here is where the hotel let me down: the room. While the view was definitely lovely, the amenities are very lacking. No water bottles, no kettle, no coffe, no tee. In the bathroom, no toothbrushes, no cotton buds. I was expecting more, very basic. Good place for meetings or a quick stop, not recommend for comfort.
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FromUS$141
4.1/541 Reviews
Advantages of this hotel: Near bus stop, train station, subway station. The bed was comfortable and the room was simple. Staff service is good, return to the hotel at night, bread can be eaten for free, very good. The lights in the room were not on. The staff resolved the problem immediately. Disadvantages: wifi is slow, self-check-in cannot be early check-in, early check-in is charged. There was no kettle in the room and the tap water was not very tasty. Overall, it is a very good choice.
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FromUS$88
4.6/552 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
It was a nice hotel with a historic building like a town hall and twins. We looked for a hotel where we could safely return on foot after playing at Tivoli Park late into the night. Although it was a reservation with a single, we prepared a twin room and were able to spend relaxedly. The bathroom was clean and hot water was enough. Staff at the front desk were also kind and took care of luggage storage before and after check-in.
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FromUS$130
4.1/530 Reviews
The Hotel was very impressive for the price you pay. I've been in other low cost hotels and the room here was better. It's well located, near to the central station and near to the metro, so you can quickly take any public transport in just a few steps. The people in the hotel is very friendly. They have breakfast service but we didn't use it (prefer to explore the city every day) Hot water and good bathroom, however the bathroom floor is the shower floor so you need to put towels to prevent flooding the bathroom. It has television with local channels and some international channels. The carpet is lovely. And you have two big windows. There is a place to put your clothes and it also has a tiny desk. Good choose if you travel with your couple to Copenhagen, not sure about how it works for children / families. If you are looking for a comfortable but not too expensive place and well located, this is your hotel. No smoking in the whole hotel. Free luggage storage 24 h. Checkout at 11AM
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FromUS$74
4.7/519 Reviews
We arrived early after our cruise knowing there probably would not be a room available for us. In every hotel, one leaves the luggage with the reception people who store it for later. At the Absalon, the clerk handed us an electronic card and directed us to walk down to the basement (no elevator), find the luggage storage area in the basement, and stash our luggage there. There was a narrow carpeted ramp to drag the luggage down while we walked down the flight of stairs alongside the ramp. Hours later, we had to drag our suitcases up while walking up the steps. To be fair, they did ask if we needed assistance but we were almost at the top of the flight of stairs so we just finished the task ourselves. THEN THINGS GOT WORSE. Our room was on the 3d floor, or so we were told, and we took the elevator to the 3d floor. When we walked down the corridor, we discovered that rooms numbered 340+ were in fact on a higher floor which is not served by the elevator and we faced another flight of stairs to reach our assigned room with all our luggage (not even a ramp this time to wheel the suitcases). We demanded another room and we had to wait another 45 minutes to get one near the elevator on the 3d floor. When we reached our room, we wanted to put our passports and valuables into the safe. Where is the safe? Literally on the floor in the closet. Not just low, but on the very bottom. Good luck trying to read the instructions or use it without stretching out on the floor. We even thought of just stashing our stuff in.a drawer but discovered that entire room did not have one single solitary drawer. The furniture is all glass an steel and even the night tables had no drawers. For added challenge, there is a four or five inch step to go into the bathroom that doesn't have even a piece of colored tape to warn people (especially when you get up at night to go into the bathroom). If you do make into the bathroom without tripping and you want to take a shower, you'll need to climb a two-foot-high side of the tub to get in. And if you do make it in, there is not a single hand bar to grab as you climb into or out of the tub. Unless you're young and athletic, you should look elsewhere for a more accommodating establishment.
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FromUS$116
4.8/533 Reviews
We stayed in the Hotel Amager one Friday night between an evening arrival by train from Aarhus and departure from the airport the following morning. We had previously spent four nights in an Airbnb near the city center. To be fair it was dark and rainy when we arrived. And we were immediately turned off. First thing we saw was a noisy sports bar with no real food menu. Restaurants within sight were all closed. The hotel "lobby" was just an entryway to the left side of the bar. No one welcomed us. Someone told us to ring the desk bell for assistance. While waiting we read signs indicating a walk-in cash trade and pricing extra towels at 20DKK. The gentleman who checked us in pointed a hall and stairway out to us. Neither was lighted; I expected a motion detector to turn on a light. None did. We stumbled up and found our room with the light of our cell phones. Glad we didn't have to climb above the first floor. The room door opened to a large, totally spare, white-walled square space, minimally furnished, two single beds that did not push together and proved to be uncomfortable. No coffee machine to help our early departure for the airport; for an iron or a hair dryer one would have had to ask at the desk. There was a small wardrobe, a chair but no desk or table, and against one wall a bulky folded roll-away bed. The most ungracious room I've stayed in for many years. We feared noise from the bar, but as it was on the other side of the building we heard instead loud arguments and the noise of people stumbling around on the street well into the morning. Cars, few in number and quiet on the streets in Copenhagen, sped along the street outside our window, as did emergency vehicles and motor cycles. It was as if late night drivers were making up for the restrictions on driving in Copenhagen by racing down the street and accelerating at the intersection. One of us couldn't sleep for hours. Breakfast was described as "cold" and priced at 99 DKK. We took a pass. The room and bath were clean, to be sure. There was no bathmat and we were provided with the smallest bar of soap I've seen and two hotel size containers of ineffective shampoo. We paid more for this room than we had paid for a nice, quiet, centrally-located Airbnb in Copenhagen. Later I determined that we could have had a room at a servicable-looking airport hotel for just a little more money. My partner challenged my selection of this hotel. I looked back at the reviews and photos. They are pretty positive and show rooms that appear more pleasant than the one we stayed in. From our experience I would advise another location, an Airbnb in the city or even a discounted airport hotel if you are catching a flight in the morning. Some of the rooms shown in photos are much nicer than the one we were assigned, and perhaps if you arrived wanting to hang out at a pub, Hotel Amager would be your cup of tea. But we wanted a nice place to rest up before a trans Atlantic f
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FromUS$55
4.2/556 Reviews
No slippers, a kettle, 2 hotels in Copenhagen, a city center of more than 1,000 nights, this suburb of more than 500 nights, if you call me to re-select, I will choose the whole course, which is affordable. Well, although not in the city center, how big is Copenhagen? However, the room is a bit small, but there are windows to open, there is a commercial complex next door, the needs of eating supermarkets can be solved, and eating is much cheaper than the city center and Xingang, there is a self-service 129 Danish one person, ok. It should be considered cost-effective in the local area.
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FromUS$55
4.3/515 Reviews
Conveniently located 2-3 minutes away from the train station via foot (15 minute train journey to the airport).The hostel is attached to the Absalon Hotel and entry at night must be made via the hotel reception on the corner of the street. The reception staff were friendly and helpful. We asked for a later check out time of 1:30pm which we were granted at no extra cost. Secure luggage storage is also available. The rooms were nice if not spectacular. Sharing a bathroom could be annoying when towels disappeared or soap ran out, but it was generally OK. Overall, it was a totally positive experience and I would stay again if needs be.
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FromUS$63
4.4/556 Reviews
Copenhagen Center
Conveniently located in the heart of the city, this hostel provides a great value for money service. Very friendly staff and smooth check-in and check-out procedures makes everything more enjoyable. The rooms are small but very clean. Apart from the inner bar, where you can also have some food, the hostel is surrounded by restaurants and shops. Easy to find where to drink and eat within few hundred meters. They rent beautiful bicycles for the ones that want to visit Copenhagen by bike. Highly recommend!
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FromUS$20
4.1/541 Reviews
Check-in: It is very fast from CPH Airport to the central station, about 15 minutes, 60 meters from the train station to the Nebo hotel, very convenient (luggage storage is free, so you can play with confidence after checking out, come back to get luggage at the door is the train Stop, it is really the hotel I have stayed closest to the train station. The name of the check-in is good, not even the passport. The attitude is very good. Hygiene: Very good Breakfast: Yogurt, milk, various kinds of bread, ham, coffee, hot tea (tea bags are heated with hot water, so there are also people who want to drink hot water), fruit juice, and fruits, cheese. Toilets: Toilets and bathrooms are shared, but they are independent. Locking the door is fine. It is clean. The heating was turned on in September. There is a small sink in the room. You can wash your hands and brush your teeth. The bed is very soft. Because each room is small and can only accommodate one person, it is the partition wall, the sound insulation is not good, and the sound of talking and opening the door can be heard, but I was really tired after flying for 9 hours and fell asleep early. Careful consideration if severe neurasthenia. There is an elevator, there is a station at the entrance, there are Chinese restaurants next door and opposite, there are 7-11 next to it, I'm worried about staying in hostels, so this hotel choice is really good.
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FromUS$49
5/58 Reviews
We stayed for 4 nights and we booked through their website. Our room was big enough although it wasn’t the bigger suite. The room has a table and chair, safe box, mini fridge, iron and iron table… it doesn’t offer much storage room in the wardrobe, but it’s manageable. The staff is very nice and attentive. We had a lot of problems with our trip being delayed due to covid, and they always tried to facilitate. They have a small reception and breakfast is served there, as well as the happy hours. Everyday around 5pm they serve wine to their guests for free. There’s also an honesty bar policy in the afternoon, where you can serve yourself and just write down what you grabbed. The breakfast is not very diversified, but is very good quality with eggs, tea, coffee, waffles or pancakes, different types of bread and pastries, seeds and granolas, yogurts… they don’t have a restaurant. In the reception you can fill your water bottle for free, still or sparkling, or grab a coffee :) You can skip the daily room cleanup and they will offer you a few treats instead, like a bike. They also provide free luggage storage for check in and check out. Location wise, it’s very very close to the central station, 2 mins, which leads to anywhere in the city. Tivoli is around 5-7 mins. Also close to the train station there’s a very hip, trendy restaurant area, the meapacking district.
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FromUS$102