by Terry Ward
The location, facing the canal in the beautiful Nyhavn district, with all of its colorful buildings and cafes lining the waterfront, is the first selling point of this welcoming boutique hotel. You’re central to most of the city’s main attractions here, with countless restaurants and cafÃ©s just out the door and boats leaving for canal tours just a few steps away, too. And there are easy public transport connections from here to the airport and central train station. A continental breakfast with cereals, meats and cheeses, fruits and juices is included in the room rate. Family rooms can sleep up to four people (with a king size bed, single bed and room for a rollaway), and children under 5 years old stay free. Rollaway beds and cribs can be requested in most rooms, too.
Our Editor Loves
- Daily buffet-style breakfast
- Located right in the city center
- Cribs available upon request
- Theme Park
- Meal Plan
- Onsite Dining
by Edgar S
Although the room were small they were very clean and well kept up.
The breakfast was great, lots of choices, great coffee.
The loction was perfect, across the street was a hop on hop off location with a tourist guide. Staff was very helpful, would stay there again in a heart beat.
by Johanna B
This hotel is located in the middle of Copenhagen’s Nyhavn area and for a couple of hundred kroner you can be guaranteed a view out to Nyhavn which is lovely. But beside a great location and an “ok” staff this hotel has little to offer. The rooms could definitely need some love, the bathroom mirror was so worn down the silver was coming off, they offer no amenities, the blow dryer was the old fashion wall mounted one that was so old the plastic had gone yellow and it did not actually give off enough affect to work as a blow dryer, there is no iron or ironing board (which is unfortunate if you need to iron a shirt for a business meeting), there is no fridge, and not as much as a water bottle or a coffee cup in the rooms etc etc. The location is great, but for that kinda money you can get better in Copenhagen. You just won’t get the view.