The rooms are flats really, like New York lofts. We looked over the water and were incredibly comfortable. All the staff were lovely and helpful. We rented bikes from them, which were really good, and it's definately the best way to get around Copenhagen. There's a supermarket downstairs, which sells any food you could possibly need. The metro station's a 15min walk, which didn't seem an issue except for one night coming home when it felt like a bit of a slog. It's a short bike ride across the bike bridge to Vesterbro which is a funky little part of town. The harbour bus also stops at the bike bridge which is a great way of getting into town, although it doesnt go on very late. It was really great to be able to spend time in the flat without feeling hemmed in.
sophy from manchester
STAY Copenhagen places guests a 10-minute drive from Kastrup Airport and the Bella Center conference venue. It’s a 15-minute …More
If I could have given a higher rating to this hotel, I would. My daughter and I had a three night stay at the Admiral hotel. Our room was spotless and pleasantly quirky with a beamed ceiling and sliding door onto a tiny balcony overlooking the harbour. A converted warehouse, the Admiral Hotel is full of character. Excellent breakfast and charming helpful staff. The position couldn't be better. We loved our stay and will certainly go back.
Beth from London
This hotel is housed in a converted warehouse, dating from 1787, in the heart of Copenhagen on the harbour waterfront where …More
This hotel is centrally located but quiet in the evenings. It is very clean, offers an excellent breakfast and drinks are available during the day. Staff could not be more helpful. Thoroughly recommended. It is obviously used by business people and those on holiday and works well for both. We walked everywhere, so didn't explore transport links.
Ann from Sussex
Located in the city center of Copenhagen, this hotel is near the airport and within walking distance of David Collection …More
Some of the reviews we had read regarding the rooms were a little concerning, however I cannot reiterate enough how impressed and happy we were with our room (281). It was roomy, comfortable, cosy and very well equipped. In addition, we had a box of chocolates and personalised note welcoming us to Copenhagen. The bed was very cosy, there was a sofa, armchair, tea and coffee and also the bathroom was immaculate. The free wifi was also very useful.
Although there was no air-con, this was not something that bothered us as it was between 5-9 degrees C while we were there, so coming back to a relatively warm room was great! It was possible to control the heating in the room and as such this wasn't an issue for us. There was also a well stocked mini bar and a door in the fridge to allow for storage of drinks purchased elsewhere.
We chose to have breakfast on our last morning. It was expensive (175DKK pp) compared to the little coffee shops and markets nearby, however it was very good - a buffet style, with plenty of breads, cold meats, cheese, eggs, bacon, sausages etc. There was also an excellent selection of croissants, jams, yoghurts, fruit etc. The waitresses were very friendly and promptly served coffee etc. The loose leaf tea was so nice!!!
The hotel is in an excellent location - as mentioned above, it is literally a 5-10 minute walk from Norreport. Everywhere is within walking distance.
KPH from London
Hotel King Arthur offers guests a relaxing retreat in a cobblestone street dotted with bakeries and cafés. Peblinge Lake is a …More