Nice hotel handy for sights.
Posted Mar 11, 2017
Stayed for 4 days in early march, I gather the rooms are quite small, but we were offered an upgrade for a fee, we got a big room with a king size bed, largish bathroom, tea & coffee facilities and minibar, and a sofa and a chair, plus a 43" tv, we thought it was worth it.
Had breakfast for 2 days, typical continental but no hot food apart from boiled eggs, good buffet for the price, which is similar to eating out, if you want English tea, then take teabags with you, as it is hard to find in Denmark as they drink mainly coffee.
Went to Tony's about 50m along on the left of the hotel for dinner two nights, they do two sittings at night, and better to book online, really good Italian, and quite cheap for Copenhagen, all the locals eat there so it is very busy.
The hotel is handy for Nyhaven harbour about 200m away, which is very touristy, you can book there for boat trips and the hop on hop off bus, which is useful till you get your bearings.
Easy to get to the hotel, we took the metro train from the airport, and walked from kings square in about 15 minutes, we only had hand luggage though, google maps is a godsend, 4G everywhere in Copenhagen.