Member since 21 Apr 2012
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Can anyone recommend a nice hotel in Copenhagen? The city seems to lack your usual suspects...The only chains appear to be Marriott and Best Western.
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TRB: I've stayed in Bella Sky at Orestadt, which is more like a convention hotel and a bit out of the CBD itself, so not highly recommended. on that basis; and The Square, which is right in the heart of the city (a short walk from the top end of Stroget), although there was a lot of noise from the danceclub downstairs on Thu-Sun nights, into the wee hours.
Thanks David! I'll take a look at the Square.
One of the nice things at The Square was the breakfast buffet - served right up the top floor, flooded with sunlight, and of course this was more of the light European smorgasboard which encourages you to DIY 'smørrebrød'.
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The top hotel would be D'Angleterre which is due to open soon following a several closure due to renovations. It is in the heart of the city close to Nyhavn, the Royal Theatre and the Queen's city residence. Another hotel worth considering is Hotel Admiral - it is on the harbour front and is housed in an old renovated warehouse. A new hotel would be the Tivoli hotel. If you want a hit of 1960 classical famous Danish furniture you should consider the Radisson Blu Royal hotel very close to Central Station, City Square and Tivoli Gardens
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@TRB & Allan - I would also highly recommend Hotel D'Angleterre excellent hotel and central location.
Member since 10 May 2011
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A "nice" hotel is of course always subjective. A safe bet is the Scandic Front Hotel, nice place in the harbour district, free wifi also in rooms. If you are into boutique go for the "Avenue" hotel or "Anderson Boutique", both are very stylish. A good website to check would be tablethotels.com (search for Copenhagen), they will give a nice overview of boutique hotels in various price categories. Great website for whenever you want to leave the mainstream corporate hotels for what they are and stay somewhere unique!
Thank you all. Appreciate the input!
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The SAS Royal would be my choice. Its a 2 min walk from centeral station and was designed by some famous chap - lots of politicians and celebrties have stayed here through the decades.
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