Close to the main train station and Tivoli, 10-15 min walk.... Hopefully they will maintain the cleanliness of the property, newly opened when I stayed here.... Staff friendly Breakfast good....add more variety of fruits
It's certainly not a bad hotel, just not my kind of place. If I was staying on my own for business, I think it would be fine (except no hot drink making facilities in room). It's new, clean, relatively close to the city centre, decent bar downstairs, and polite staff. However, as a couple it is far ...
Good location. Breakfast in a morning was absolutely horrendous and totally disorganised...nobody checking to see if you are actually eligible for a breakfast....shocking
Good food reasonably priced - try the burgers! Kitchen was closed one night, options limited. Family friendly but accommodates all ages.
Pidin koko hotellista: toimiva check-in ja check-out, ystävällinen ja osaava henkilökunta, hyvät ruoat, hotellin sijainti.
The title says it all. This was the worst hotel stay of my life and I am still traumatized by the events that took place. I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL IN ANY WAY ! Read on... I stayed with a colleague in room 501 for 1 night on Nov 3rd 2017 in twin beds. We checked out the following morning, and ...
Die Unterkunft liegt sehr zentral. Das Personal war sehr freundlich. Das Zimmer sehr ruhig, das Bett sehr bequem, die Ausstattung genau was man braucht mit Nespressomaschine, Wasserkocher und Minibar.
The Bella Centre is the biggest and most popular convention centre in Copenhagen, with over 121,000 square metres of air-conditioned event space. This large, purpose-built facility offers the latest audio/visual technology and unsurpassed wireless and wired networking capabilities. They offer media and press services, on-site security personnel, a restaurant, movable staging, and an expansive business centre. The Bella Centre has many Copenhagen hotels located nearby with quick transport links to the Centre.
Copenhagen is home to Noma, voted the Best Restaurant in the World, serving fresh, high quality, traditional dishes with a contemporary twist. It is also located near several Copenhagen hotels. For a less costly eatery, opt for Harry's Place, which was voted People's Favourite Copenhagen Eatery. It is, in fact, an organic hot dog stand that uses only organic pork or beef sausages in linseed and sourdough rolls. You can also have a serving of scrumptious potato or parsnip mash.
As the Danish capital, Copenhagen offers a seemingly endless array of shopping opportunities, and is an interesting mix of traditional independent shops and large, contemporary stores containing the very latest gadgets and technology. While shopping in the shops or at the markets, you can further entertain yourself by watching some of the thrilling street performances.
Soak up a little culture when in Copenhagen and visit the Christiansborg Palace, which is the seat of the Danish Parliament and Prime Minister. For something a little more thrilling, yet with a splash of fascinating history, visit the oldest operating theme park in the world, Dyrehavsbakken, which was established in 1583.
Copenhagen is home to Denmark's two premiere football teams, the FC Kobenhavn and Brondby IF. Aside from ever-popular soccer, Copenhagen has three strong ice hockey teams, and handball, cricket, and rugby teams, so there really is something for everyone.