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We have a range of budget places to stay in Copenhagen from as low as £14 per night
Based on previous Copenhagen accommodation searches, the average starting price is £84
Want to splurge? At the top end in Copenhagen, we have 17 places to stay with prices starting at £139
x The average starting price for a place to stay in Copenhagen is £84 per night.
robertsfai The rooms are clean and well equipped. Rikke is a wonderful host who works hard to make your stay pleasant. The only problem is that See Copenhagen is located about 7 km from the city center. It is, however, very close to both the S-Tag (train) and the Metro. A one-hour ticket is 23 DKK and purchasing 2 per day increases the cost of the room.
katrindominik The parking garage was in spite of 46 % discount still 26 € per day, but I guess that's just Copenhagen.
danhostel The location is absolutely perfect, right in de the city centre. The building and interior are also very goodlooking. The dorm was clean. We liked the musicians who performed at night while we stayed. Unfortunately, we could also hear them loud and clear when we wanted to sleep in our dorm. There was a lot of noise. Another disappointment was the breakfast. We payed almost 10 euros each, but all we got was some slices of bread with cheese or jelly (there was some meat but we' re vegetarians), some pineapple, orange juice and coffee. The rest was most of the time just finished, if you wanted something like milk or cornflakes you would have to get in line and it would probably be finished when it was your turn. The room was very crowded, there was little place to sit and everyone was running around in not much space. If I wanted some bread and cheese, I could have bought it for half of the price somewhere else, for 10 euros I expect not to have to stay in line for cornflakes.
Carsten Nieburhs Gade 11 (next to Kalvebod Brygge 38)Great 80%
brainbroke The standard of cleanliness is more than adequate. The breakfast (for an extra 40DKK) is adequate though maybe a bit over priced. Two computers with net access in the common room. Pool table and comfy couches are a great addition. Pool can be a great way to make travel buddies. Showers and toilets are fine. You can get a beer/tea/coffee if you want. A nice, clean, comfortable hostel with down-to-earth friendly staff. I recommend it.
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