Location – The central location of this hotel really can’t be beat. It’s across the street from Tivoli Gardens, a quick 15 minute cab ride from the airport and only about a 20 minute walk to Nyhavn. We found the location really convenient for a couple days in Copenhagen.
|View looking toward our balcony from the room.|
Run Down – The hotel looks like 10 years ago it would have been beautiful, but it desperately needs an upgrade. Even a fresh coat of paint would go a long way in the rooms, and everything just felt really old and run down, which for the price, I expected more.
Overpriced – While Copenhagen is incredibly expensive, I still felt this hotel was overpriced for the condition it’s in.
Upgrade to a room with a balcony if possible – I contacted the manager before we traveled to see if there was any way for us to be upgraded to a room with a good view and they did come through for us on this. We had a great room with a balcony overlooking Copenhagen City Hall and the square adjacent which made a nice spot.
Take advantage of free breakfast – While we actually didn’t do this on our only morning there (we opted for Danish pastries from the local bakery a block away instead), we passed by the breakfast buffet and it looked pretty good.
|View from our room.|
Thanks to the hotel for our complimentary upgrade upon arrival!
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