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FAQs about hotels in Copenhagen

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What are the best Copenhagen hotels near Copenhagen airport?

There are more than 2761 reviews of our customers for 8 options near Copenhagen airport. We recommend Clarion Hotel Airport with rating 8.4/10 and prices from 90£ per night as the best accommodation featuring an outdoor swimming pool, a special menu and a Jacuzzi. Located 0.7 km from the airport, this property offers air conditioning, an iron with ironing board and a flat-screen television in the rooms. To see more airport hotels click here.

What are the top places in Copenhagen city centre?

There are 13 hotels and other accommodations in Copenhagen city centre to choose from. The best hotel in Copenhagen city centre is Marriott Hotel rated 8.0/10. You can find a Jacuzzi, printers and bowling on site, as well as a traditional American and buffet breakfast in the in the café, in the restaurant and in the bar. Saga Hotel with rating 7.4/10 and Go Hotel Ansgar rated 7.4/10 are other favourite hotels in the area. To see more central hotels click here.

What are the greatest places to stay in Amager Vest district, Copenhagen?

More than 7 properties are situated in Amager Vest district. One of the best hotels is Crowne Plaza Towers, An Ihg Hotel with rating 8.4/10. Offering porter service, a gym and a special menu on site, this property is a 10-minute walk from Plug N Play Sportspark. Another top accommodation is Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, at the cost of 231£ per night, which can offer a business centre, a gym and a Jacuzzi on site. Ac Bella Sky is a hotel with rating 8.0/10 at the cost of 194£ per one night. To see more hotels in this area go here.

What are the most popular cheap hotels in Copenhagen?

There are more than 26 top budget properties in Copenhagen. Cityhub Copenhagen rated 7.8/10 is great for your budget stay in Copenhagen. This property has a Jacuzzi, a gaming room and board games. We also recommend Zleep Hotel City rated 6.6/10 — it is located 1 km from the city centre. This property will cost you 141£ per night. Cable channels, flat-screen TV and a TV with cable channels are also available in the rooms. Other budget options are Ibsens, Cabinn Scandinavia and Cabinn Metro. To see more cheap hotels go here.

What are the best 5-star hotels in Copenhagen?

HotelMix.co.uk recommends you more than 12 5-star options to stay in Copenhagen. Skt Petri with rating 7.8/10 provides a gym, a special menu and a Jacuzzi, as well as luxury, designer and modern rooms with air conditioner, an ironing set and an electric kettle. Other favourite 5-star places are Hotel Sanders, Nimb Hotel and 71 Nyhavn Hotel. To see more favoured 5-star hotels click here.

What are the most popular boutique hotels in Copenhagen?

For customers searching for a modern hotel in Copenhagen, HotelMix.co.uk has more than 41 boutique options. The Square rated 7.4/10 is a modern hotel with air conditioning, an electric kettle and cable channels in the rooms. It is set within 10 minutes' walk to Church of Our Lady. Marriott Hotel rated 8.0/10 is a stylish hotel with luxury and spacious rooms. This 5-star property features a Jacuzzi, printers and bowling. Radio, air conditioning and central heating along with an impeccable service are offered in the rooms. Admiral Hotel rated 8.0/10 is a 4-star hotel with inviting and spacious rooms. Customers can enjoy shopping service, a special menu and a Jacuzzi. To see more boutique hotels click here.

What are the best romantic hotels in Copenhagen?

According to HotelMix.co.uk travel data, there are 7 deals for couples. The most popular choice of our customers is Go Hotel City (rating: 7.8/10). It’s set 2.3 km from Our Saviour's Church and offers an electric kettle, a flat-screen TV and a TV set in the rooms for about 117£ per night. Other top options are Kanalhuset and Guesthouse Beach. To see more romantic hotels click here.

Which hotels in Copenhagen are good for families?

According to 5306 customers' reviews, there are 13 family deals to consider. Cph Hotel rated 7.2/10 for 236£ per night is the top Copenhagen option. It offers a private swimming pool, a plunge pool and basketball, as well as bike loans, bicycle usage and dry cleaning/laundry on site. Customers can enjoy an electric kettle, a cable flat-screen and flat-screen television in modern, bright and spacious rooms. Richmond, Rye115 Hotel and Hotel Copenhagen all received 5306 reviews from families travelling in Copenhagen. To see more family accommodations click here.

What are the best accommodations with easy access to Tivoli Gardens?

According to HotelMix.co.uk travel data, customers love staying at Cabinn Copenhagen (rating: 8.0/10), which offers a Jacuzzi, a gaming room and board games. It’s set a 10-minute walk from Tivoli Gardens. You may also book Island Hotel with a rating 7.6/10 for about 160£ per night. It's set 0.8 km from the attraction and offers bike loans, express check-out and babysitting service. For more deals go here.

What are the most popular hotels near the underground in Copenhagen?

There are 41 accommodations near underground station, such as Comfort Hotel Vesterbro (rating: 7.2/10), a perfect Copenhagen property 800 metres from Radhuspladsen station. Featuring a slide projector, a special menu and a Jacuzzi, this accommodation offers rooms for about 147£ per night.
Comfort Hotel Vesterbro (rating: 7.2/10) is a 3-star option with a slide projector, a special menu and a Jacuzzi. It offers a flat screen TV, a flat-screen television and a cable flat-screen in comfortable and designer rooms at the cost of 147£ per night.

What are the top places to stay in Copenhagen with outdoor pools?

According to 1328 reviews, there are 5 hotels featuring outdoor pools in Copenhagen. Consider booking Tivoli Hotel with rating 7.8/10. Offering an outdoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a gaming room, this property also provides an indoor pool, a fitness studio and a gym on site and is set a 30-minute walk from Copenhagen Zoo. You may also like Adina Apartment Hotel rated 8.0/10. This property will cost you 192£ per night.

What are the best pet-friendly hotels in Copenhagen?

According to HotelMix.co.uk travel data, there are 53 options that allow pets. You can book Grand Hotel (rating: 7.2/10) at the cost of 152£ per night. It's set 5 minutes` walk from Tivoli Gardens and features newspaper service, cots and a business centre. Another most recommended Copenhagen place to stay with pets is Adina Apartment Hotel with an outdoor swimming pool, an indoor swimming pool and a Jacuzzi. It offers rooms for 192£ per night. Other top accommodations include Imperial Hotel, Manon Les Suites Guldsmeden and Island Hotel. See more pet-friendly hotels here.

Which hotels are the best ones to stay at in Copenhagen?

For instance, book Avenue Hotel By Brochner Hotels rated 7.8/10 for 214£ per night. It's set 2 km from The National Museum of Denmark and provides a slide projector, a projection screen and a film projector. Also, you may book Axel Guldsmeden (rating: 8.0/10), a fantastic hotel with newspaper service, a business centre and a Jacuzzi. It costs about 159£ per night. Other top properties are Best Western Plus Airport Hotel, Scandic Sluseholmen and Crowne Plaza Towers, An Ihg Hotel.

What are the best luxury hotels in Copenhagen?

We recommend Scandic Kodbyen rated 8.0/10 at the cost of 214£ per night. It's set in Vesterbro district and features fitness club and fitness classes, as well as cots, a special menu and restaurant. Alternatively, you may book Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, with express check-out, dry cleaning/laundry and tour/ticket assistance on site. It costs 214£ per night.

What are the best spa hotels in Copenhagen?

You may book Hotel Ottilia By Brochner Hotels, a nice spa hotel featuring cots, a special menu and a Jacuzzi. It costs 261£ per night. As an alternative, book Nimb Hotel (rating: 8.4/10), which costs 931£ per night and offers an outdoor swimming pool, a special menu and a Jacuzzi. Other great options include Ibsens, Hotel Danmark By Brochner Hotels and Axel Guldsmeden.

What are the best breakfast hotels in Copenhagen?

We recommend Copenhagen Strand (rating: 7.6/10) with bike loans, bicycle usage and express check-out. It costs 230£ per night. Alternatively, book Wakeup - Borgergade rated 7.8/10, which features bike loans, dry cleaning/laundry and housekeeping service, as well as a business centre, a Jacuzzi and bicycle. These properties are also good: Ascot Hotel, Generator Copenhagen and Scandic Front.

How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Copenhagen?

According to HotelMix.co.uk travel data, the average prices for Copenhagen properties are:
A 4-star hotel room costs 282£ per night. You may like Coco Hotel, which offers bike loans, tourist information and dry cleaning/laundry. A really special hotel can be found for 279£ per night. We recommend Skt Petri (rating: 7.8/10) with a gym, a special menu and a Jacuzzi.

How much is a hotel in Copenhagen for tonight?

According to HotelMix.co.uk travel data, the average prices for tonight in Copenhagen are: Villa Copenhagen (rating: 7.8/10) may cost you about 62£ per night.

What's the best hotel for a beach holiday in Copenhagen?

To make your stay unforgettable, there are 6 options to consider. You may book Adina Apartment Hotel (rating: 8.0/10) offering a swimming pool, a heated swimming pool and an indoor pool, as well as an indoor pool, a fitness studio and a gym on site. It costs 192£ per night.

What are the best resorts in Copenhagen?

We recommend Astoria rated 6.8/10 featuring a gym, a solarium and a Jacuzzi on site. It's set a 5-minute walk from Pantomimeteatret and costs 206£ per night. Alternatively, Best Western Hotel Hebron is rated as one of the best resorts in Copenhagen, offering a Jacuzzi, printers and a conference hall. It costs 190£ per night.

What are the most popular districts in Copenhagen?

To feel the atmosphere of the city, you can stay in Frederiksberg district. One of the best hotels located in this area is Avenue Hotel By Brochner Hotels rated 7.8/10, a nice accommodation providing a slide projector, a projection screen and a cinema projector.

What are the best hotels near Nyhavn?

On HotelMix.co.uk you will find 27 great accommodations near Nyhavn in Copenhagen. For instance, book Generator Copenhagen (rating: 8.0/10) for 70£ per night. It's set 10 minutes' walk from the city centre and features bike loans, bicycle usage and room service on site. Also, you may like Copenhagen Strand rated 7.6/10 with porter service, a Jacuzzi and printers. It costs 230£ per night. Other cool options include Hotel Sanders, Hotel Sp34 By Brochner Hotels and Hostel Jorgensen. Or click here to see other good hotels.

Where to stay in Copenhagen?

Best cheap hotels in Copenhagen

The Little Guesthouse is an affordable choice with rates from only 57£ per night. If you're travelling on a fixed budget, consider staying at Urban House, which is a 10-minute walk to the center. Danhostel Copenhagen Amager is a simple budget hostel, settled next to VM-Bjerget with room rates from only 72£ per night. You can book a room at the budget-friendly Hotel Copenhagen, that is set in Amager Vest district with room rates from 126£.

Copenhagen airports & Underground stations

Those searching for hotels by Kastrup airport will find accommodations like Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport about 1.4 km away. Kong Arthur is a 4-star hotel only 450 meters from Nørreport metro station, it comes with a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and a golf course. If you would like to stay in a hotel near Copenhagen Central railway station, think of 3-star Savoy and Wakeup Copenhagen - Carsten Niebuhrs Gade.

Convenience of staying in hotels in the city centre

If you like hustle and bustle of the city center, pick Copenhagen Backpackers Hostel with rates from 23£ or Ansgar Hotel where prices start at 149£. First Hotel Twentyseven is a well-known 4-star property situated in the very heart of the downtown.

Danhostel Copenhagen City is a comfortable hostel, located less than a 5-minute walk from The National Museum of Denmark. H.C. Andersen Gravmaele is a popular attraction in Copenhagen Centre district, where you will find Hotel Sp34 or Cabinn Express.

Luxury and boutique accommodation in Copenhagen

First Hotel Kong Frederik is a stylish choice that will put you within short distance of Kulturtarnet pa Knippelsbro and it's located in Copenhagen Centre district. Wakeup Copenhagen Borgergade, just 1000 meters from the center, offers all the comforts of a fancy boutique hotel. The 3-star First Hotel Excelsior is an option for those who prefer reliable service.

Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others

Nybro Apartments is a cozy apartment in the center of the city located 100 meters from Restaurant Puk. Guests planning to visit Amager Vest district may want to book a room at Rent A Room Copenhagen, with rates from 72£. Business travelers looking for some of the best hotels within a short drive of Equestrian statue of Christian IX will find Annex Copenhagen or Generator Copenhagen. Best Western Plus Hotel City Copenhagen ia an elegant resort hotel set less than a 15-minute walk from Kastellet.

How to Find the Best Copenhagen Hotels with Hotelmix.co.uk

Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and its most populated city, with nearly 1.3 million people. The city was founded in the 10th century as a Viking fishing village, and has steadily grown in population since then. Although there have been a few bumps in the road, the city has established a reputation as a thriving center of history, the arts, and a surprisingly good nightlife. If you're interested in visiting Copenhagen, you should know that Hotelmix.co.uk has an extensive listing of the best places to stay in Copenhagen  for your consideration. For a city the size of Copenhagen, the listings can be enormous. With so many options, it can be easy for the potential traveler to get overwhelmed. However, Hotelmix.co.uk provides a guest-driven rating system in order to help all travelers understand the listing better. Moreover, every one of Hotelmix.co.uk Copenhagen hotels comes with a generous amount of interior photography.

What's Copenhagen Like?

Copenhagen is a majestic city with many different points of interest. Adventurers can tour several historic buildings, including the Christiansborg Palace, which today houses all of the Danish branches of government. There have been three different incarnations of the Christiansborg Castle. The first was erected in the 18th century around the ruins of the 11th century Absalon's Castle. After the first Christiansborg site was devastated by a fire in 1794, the second Christiansborg was started in 1803 and completed in 1828. It was also destroyed by fire in 1884. The third (and current) Christiansborg Castle was completed in 1938. Visitors might also be interested in viewing Fredrik's Church, popularly known as the Marble Church. Although the first groundbreaking began in 1749, various budget cuts and the death of the original architect caused the structure to remain unfinished for over a hundred years. It was finally completed in 1894 and opened to the public. The visitor will enjoy viewing various statues of prominent Danish theologians and philosophers on the grounds, including Kierkegaard. Visitors might also enjoy visiting Tivoli Gardens, which is one of the oldest amusement park in the world, which opened circa 1843. If you have some problem where to stay in Copenhagen, we will help you make the best choice and choose the best cheap hotels in Copenhagen.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Copenhagen

An important part of tourism in any locale is getting along with the locals. With that being said, there are a number of rules of etiquette that the visitor to Denmark should keep in mind. First of all, in America and many other parts of the world, "How are you?" is a common greeting. In Denmark, however, it is a greeting that is only reserved for close friends. A Danish individual will interpret this question a bit differently and go into considerable detail. If you develop a rapport with a Danish person and ask him this question, be prepared to hear the truth! In Copenhagen there are a lot of English-speaking people, so you shouldn't have any problem getting around. Still, just to be certain, you can ask them "Taler De engelsk?" (Do you speak english?) Copenhagen is generally an expensive place to be in some regards, and the restaurants in this area are no exception. Many visitors save money when visiting a Copenhagen restaurant by opting for a buffet-style meal instead of ordering from the menu. When taking the metro trains, make sure that your ticket is stamped or you will face a hefty fine. Enjoy your trip to this beautiful city and remember that you trust Hotelmix.co.uk for all of your Hotels in Copenhagen and cultural tips!

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