A well run hotel with friendly, english speaking, staff. The room was of similar design and size to a Premier Inn or Travelodge room. The bed was comfortable and the room was warm. The bathroom was clean and in good condition with loads of hot water. Tea/coffee making facilities were available foc from the reception, and there is a comfortable seating area on the first floor, with windows overlooking a small boatyard - ideal for evening coffee with friends. Breakfast was good with some hot food (boiled eggs, bacon, scrambled eggs) a selection of cereals, yogurts, danish pastries, all types of bread with jams, cheese, sliced meats etc.. There is a restaurant open mon to sat evenings. We did not eat there, but from what we saw the food looked good. Price wise it appeared to be in line with other Danish restaurants - in the region of £10 for a starter, £20-25 for a main course, and about £10 for a desert. There is a free carpark at the back of the hotel.
The Oldies from Crewe, Cheshire East, UK
Set in the quiet and charming town of Køge , the Hotel Niels Juel is a gem of a hotel within walking distance of one of the …More
We stayed two nights in this hotel and found it to be very pleasant. The room was small but the beds were comfortable and as t was November the temperature was well maintained. The breakfast was delicious with a good choice of cereals,dried fruit, yoghurts,various meats, cheese and a lovely assortment of breads. The staff were friendly and accomodating especially as we had a late check in. We didnt get a chance to order a main meal as we had to meet friends and family in Jyllinge but judging by the crowd on Saturday the food must be good. There are some stairs to go down to the bedrooms but they do state this on the website. I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel as a nice place to stay.
Boasting a superb location along the bank of Roskilde Fjord in Jyllinge city center between Roskilde and Frederikssund, the …More
The hotel is clean, modern and in a rural location a considerable way outside of Roskilde. Despite what the website might say, it's not very near the Viking Boat Museum unless you have transport. Taxi's from the town are expensive. However, we had a room overlooking the fjord which had beautiful views, which made up for the challenge of getting to the hotel.
Helen from Wiltshire
Situated in a rural location, this eco-friendly hotel is close to Viking Ship Museum, Glasgalleriet, and St Laurentii Church …More
The hotel was within walking distance of all places of interest, cathedral, museum, train station. Our room was lovely with a quiet courtyard view. The buffet breakfast was good. We had a wonderful time chatting to fellow travellers over breakfast.
74 rooms partly in the light Nordic style partly in the classic style reminding of the time when the hotel was opened. Free …More