x The average starting price for a place to stay in Copenhagen is £88 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.
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.
tom.colen In a nutshell: excellent value for your money. You stay in a quiet area, with very friendly people running the place (they even made some costs at their own expense to help us out...). Don't expect a fully equiped room, but who needs that if you're only in the youth hostel for sleeping anyway ;-). This place is really perfect to stay if you have your own transport for visiting Copenhagen. You can sleep quietly and if you want to go to the big city it takes you about 5 minutes by car. I'd recommend this place to anyone who doesn't want to spend too much money on a room full of luxury, but wants to have a good time hanging around in the centre of Copenhagen.
katrindominik The parking garage was in spite of 46 % discount still 26 € per day, but I guess that's just Copenhagen.
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.
bwm100 We had a very nice stay at Hotel Loeven. The location is convenient, quite close to Tivoli, planetarium and City Hall. The room was clean and big enough for 3 people. The traffic is pretty loud at night, a pub is located in the building so you might need earplugs to sleep at night!
traveller_srpt Very nice stuff working there, pleasant atmosphere, fantastic cappuccino, handmade (or handpiced) furniture... THE place fpr all Yoga people, and only some minutes to walk form there to the cenrtal station.
sherelynha Have recently had 2 short stays at the Hotel Nebo City Copenhagen and found it to be a reasonably priced (includes breakfast) older hotel which is within easy walking distance to central railway station. Take lift at lefthand side of central station hall down to street level, cross road and walk about 20 metres down side street opposite. So handy for independant travellers as it's within walking distance to the Tivoli, the pedestrian mall and river cruises etc!
hil1012 The fact you had to pay to access the internet was a little off-putting. Especially since it costs 29dkk an hour (which is more than the minimum working wage in the US). Also breakfast was extra and the staff was a little bit impatient. All that, I would stay there again. We were in the corner room on the seventh floor and the view of the city and of the islands was completely gorgeous. The shower flooded the bathroom which made for a nasty mess on a daily basis. Plus a Brazilian looked through my stuff when he was stoned on the reefer, but I can't hold the hostel responsible for that. . . plus he didn't actually take anything. They offer locks at the front desk. I recommend renting one upon arrival.
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