Copenhagen Holidays

Your Copenhagen holiday

Many historians think that Copenhagen was founded by a Viking called Sweyn I Forkbeard in the Viking age. By the mid-12th century, it was a small town and became more prosperous after Bishop Absalon fortified it in 1167, which is when the city was officially founded. Copenhagen’s harbour facilitated its growth, and it became an important centre of commerce.

In 1254, Copenhagen was officially chartered as a city.

During the middle of the 17th century, the Swedes besieged the city, but Copenhagen survived. In 1711, however, the city lost one third of its population of 65,000 to a plague.

In 1801, a British fleet under the command of Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson overpowered a Dano-Norwegian fleet. Copenhagen, rather than Trafalgar, has been said to be Nelson’s most challenging battle. The Second Battle of Copenhagen in 1807 was a British attack on the civilians of the city in an attempt to take over the Dano-Norwegian fleet, and the British destroyed most of the city.

In the 1850s, the city opened and expanded as new construction was initiated around The Lakes.

During World War II, German troops occupied the city. Since the war ended, Copenhagen has made much progress. In the 1970s, a network of commuter trains was established to the areas surrounding the capital.

Since 2000, Copenhagen has been connected to Malmö in Sweden by the Øresund Bridge, making it the centre of an expansive metropolitan region.

Spend a weekend in Copenhagen and see Scandinavia at its most impressive. Denmark’s modern, exemplary capital is filled with bold new architecture, an unbeatable public transport system, friendly locals who speak impeccable English, and plenty of entertainment, history, and delicious cuisine. The city has a reputation for being among the world’s most enjoyable cities to live in, which also makes it a superb destination for visiting. Book a flight to Copenhagen today!

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Tivoli Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.1 / 5 32 reviews
Unique family-friendly hotel in the heart of the Danish CapitalThe Tivoli Hotel opened its doors in 2010 as a family-friendly, themed hotel in  close cooperation with Arp-Hansen Hotel Group and Tivoli Gardens.The lodging, centrally located in downtown Copenhagen, offers a wide range of facilities for family members of all ages. Tivoli Gardens and City Hall Square are an easy walk. The property has 396 air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, swimming pool, bar, restaurant, and indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Highlights Free Wi-FiExtensive leisure facilitiesOn-site bar and restaurant RoomsThe Tivoli Hotel has 396 elegantly furnished rooms and suites, some decorated with a mere hint of the Tivoli Gardens theme, others more obviously reflecting the landmark. All rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, private bathroom, mini-bar, flat-screen television with a range of channels including a children's channel, radio, and telephone. Interconnecting rooms, as well as allergy-friendly and accessible rooms, are available. Suites, with a well-equipped sofa area, also are available with connecting doors. FeaturesThe Tivoli Hotel, the first themed hotel in Denmark, offers guests a truly unique and unparalleled experience. The helpful, friendly staff is happy to advise guests on where to sightsee and how to get there. Guests, however, can rent bicycles and travel around Copenhagen the traditional way. The on-site Tivoli Brasserie, serving Danish and international cuisine, offers varied menus, including a special children's menu. Private dining is available in this inviting modern eatery. The hotel swimming pool is open to all guests, including children. A sauna and fitness center is available for adults. Children can enjoy a playroom, outdoor playground, and garden. Transportation Copenhagen train station (1 mi/1.6 km)Copenhagen Airport (7.9 mi/12.7 km)Øresund Bridge (8.3 mi/13.4 km) Nearby attractions Halmtorvet Square (0.9 mi/1.5 km)Tivoli Gardens (1.2 mi/2 km)Nyhavn Canalside (1.6 mi/2.6 km)Amalienborg Castle (2.6 mi/4.2 km)The Little Mermaid (3.1 mi/5 km) Business Part of Tivoli Conference Center23 meeting rooms accommodate up to 2,500Free Wi-FiBusiness center
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Bella Sky Comwell Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.2 / 5 21 reviews
The hotel Bella Sky Comwell is a spectacular skyscraper and striking landmark in Copenhagen's newest neighborhood, Orestaden. With its 23 floors, 812 designer rooms and 30 flexible meeting and conference rooms, the hotel is not only the largest hotel in Scandinavia - it is also the most aesthetically attractive. At Bella Sky Comwell, the hotel value quality and experiences and with a sense for individual guests' needs and wishes, the hotel can offer everything from unique meeting facilities and excellent dining experiences, to exercise, relaxation and pure enjoyment. The surrounding area offers everything from shopping at Scandinavia's largest shopping centre to golf, walks and biking trips through the areas of outstanding natural beauty, or just a cafe visit. If you would like to explore Copenhagen, you are closer than you may think. Just 100 metres from the hotel, the Metro and buses will take you directly to the city centre in less than 10 minutes. Good parking options are available right outside of the hotel.
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Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.2 / 5 6 reviews
Delightful Copenhagen hotel offering a peaceful relaxing atmosphere.The Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen is an ideal choice for those who enjoy staying in a laid back relaxed atmospheric hotel. It is ideally located in Vesterbro, the "Latin Quarter" of Copenhagen, close to many attractions and public transportation links so navigating the city and surrounding areas is easy. Guest rooms occupy four floors that are accessible by two elevators from the lobby. The 5th floor is home to the hotel's own restaurant, which offers panoramic views of the city. Hotel amenities include wireless Internet access, laundry service, currency exchange facilities, and conference facilities 3 Reasons To Stay: Set back from the lively streets giving privacy and peaceful relaxation Suitable for both tourists and business guests, with many corporate facilities available Newly refurbished guests rooms with most offering views of the tranquil courtyard Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen RoomsCopenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen offers rooms in three different sizes. There is the single room, the double or town room and the triple room. There are 76 rooms in total and each room offers spacious surroundings. The recently refurbished guest rooms at the Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen offer traditional furnishings and most rooms have views over the beautiful courtyard. Rooms at the Copenhagen Crown Hotel that have a street view have noise reducing windows to ensure a peaceful night's sleep. Bathrooms come complete with either a bathtub or a shower and room facilities include television, wireless Internet access, and telephone. Smoking or non-smoking rooms are available upon request. Guests with limited mobility can request special facilities, and all rooms are accessible. Things To Do: Tivoli Gardens (0.4 mi/0.7 km) Radhus (0.5 mi/0.9 km) Gråbrødretorv (1 mi/1.5 km) Islands Brygge (1 mi/1.5 km) Mogens Dahl Concert Hall (1 mi/1.5 km) The Royal Theatre (1.3 mi/2.0 km) Hans Christian Andersen Monument (1.4 mi/2.3 km) Christiania (1.7 mi/2.7 km) Parken stadium (2.2 mi/3.5 km)
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Copenhagen Star Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.3 / 5 22 reviews
Comfortable low-cost hotel in the center of the Danish capitalThe well located Norlandia Star Hotel is within walking distance of the central train station. The hotel is a perfect starting point to experience all that Copenhagen has to offer. In recent years the hotel's neighborhood of inner Vesterbro has developed into a trendy quarter with designer shops, cozy cafés, and a great selection of exciting restaurants with world cuisine. Guests can sit outdoors on nice days and enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee in the hotel's calm backyard. HighlightsFamily-friendlyFree Wi-FiCentral location Rooms The Norlandia Star Hotel has 134 rooms in standard single, double, and twin sizes. Larger triple and family rooms also are available. All accommodations in this city-center hotel have Wi-Fi and en-suite bathrooms with shower. Features Guests enjoy continental breakfast daily in the hotel's breakfast room. Tea- and coffee-making is available in the hotel lobby. Guests who visit during the summer can grab their coffee and take it outside on the private terrace.   The Norlandia Star Hotel's central location is ideal. The famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park is a 10-minute walk. The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor and the Amalienborg Castle are a short bus or taxi ride away. Travelers who want a little more adventure can consider a day-long excursion across the Øresund to Sweden. Tourists can travel by car over the famous Øresund Bridge or take a train from Copenhagen's central train station, steps from the hotel. TransportationCopenhagen central train station (0.1 mi/0.2 km)Copenhagen Airport (5.7 mi/9.2 km)Øresund Bridge (9.3 mi/15.0 km) Nearby attractionsHalmtorvet Square (0.4 mi/0.6 km)Tivoli Gardens (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Calsberg brewery (1.2 mi/2.0 km)Copenhagen Zoo (1.9 mi/3.1 km)Nyhavn Canalside (2 mi/3.2 km)The Little Mermaid (2.5 mi/4.0 km)Amalienborg Castle (2.9 mi/4.7 km) BusinessBusiness centerFinancial district (2.9 mi/4.7 km)Business district (6.3 mi/10.2 km)
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Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.3 / 5 30 reviews
Cook, relax and sleep well in modern, apartment-style roomsNext to the new international cruise terminal, spacious rooms at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen boast smart design and apartment-style convenience. Walk to the Little Mermaid statue or journey into downtown Copenhagen. Public transit makes the trip even faster. Tall windows shine light on the indoor pool. Swim laps, unwind in the sauna or jump on a cardio machine in the fitness center. In a city filled with pricey restaurants, in-room kitchens are a lifesaver for travelers who like to cook. Find a restaurant on-site and a supermarket next door. HighlightsHeated indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a fitness center at Adina Apartments / Hotel CopenhagenRestaurant and bar open for breakfast and dinner also serves room serviceApartment-style rooms with equipped kitchen, living room and bedroomWalk 25 minutes into the city or take nearby public transportation  RoomsBook one of 128 cheerful studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen, ideal for short escapes or long-term business stays. Balconies face the courtyard and kitchens make it easy to save money on eating out. Check out the pay-per-view options on flat-screen TVs or use the CD player. Other amenities include a safe, a hair-dryer, an iron and a minibar. Order room service or connect to Internet access (fees apply). Some apartments at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen feature a washer and dryer. FeaturesWhile Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen sits outside the busy city center, guests find its rooms comfortable and its ambiance welcoming. The warmth of the modern lobby that includes sitting areas and a fireplace spills over into Otto's Restaurant and Bar, open for breakfast and dinner with seasonal outdoor dining. Barbecue in the garden courtyard or reach Copenhagen cafes, shopping and the business district in less than half an hour on foot. Park right on-site (fees apply). TransportationCopenhagen Airport (7.1 mi/11.4 km)Malmo Airport, Sweden (42.9 mi/69 km)Angelholm-Helsingborg Airport, Sweden (54.9 mi/88.4 km)Adjacent to the new ferry terminalWalking distance to public transportation AttractionsLittle Mermaid Statue (0.9 mi/1.4 kmStroget shopping promenade (1.8 mi/2.9 km)Nyhavn waterfront district (1.9 mi/3 km)National Museum of Denmark (2.2 mi/3.6 km)Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek sculpture museum (2.4 mi/3.8 km)Tivoli Concert Hall (2.4 mi/3.9 km)Tivoli Gardens (2.4 mi/3.9 km)Danish Design Center (2.4 mi/3.9 km) BusinessInternet access available in rooms and pubic areas (fees apply)Flexible meeting rooms with natural light accommodate up to 90 people
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Hotel Astoria

3 stars
3.0 / 5 1 reviews
The beautiful and unique Brochner Hotel Astoria is located in the city Centre of Copenhagen. The building was erected in 1934, and features the cutting edge design of its time. It also holds the first revolving door in Copenhagen. The hotel has been updated, and now features all the things that make your stay a little more comfortable. Inkl. The delicious breakfast, whine hour where we offer a free glass of whine between 18.00 and 19.00. just to mention a few.
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Richmond Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.4 / 5 15 reviews
Convenient hotel located right in the heart of the Danish CapitalRichmond Hotel Copenhagen is located in Copenhagen's most vibrant area, closely surrounded by all the must-see attractions. The hotel has an elegant and classic atmosphere with a lobby and 24-hour reception bar. The hotel has an Italian restaurant adjoining, with many other eateries offering a range of cuisines located nearby. Guests also benefit from free Internet access, conference facilities, and business center. HighlightsFree Internet access24-hour reception barOn-site restaurantCentral location RoomsRichmond Hotel Copenhagen has 127 rooms, 106 of which are non-smoking. Rooms feature free Internet access, flat screen television with a wide range of international channels and on demand movies, and data ports. Guests can make themselves refreshments in their rooms with tea and coffee making facilities. FeaturesRichmond Hotel Copenhagen's classic and elegant lobby is the ideal place for guests to relax and meet friends, with the reception bar open 24 hours a day. Adjoining the hotel is Il Grappolo Blu hotel offering exclusive Italian gourmet dining and finger food.   The hotel is ideally located for leisure guests who are holidaying in Copenhagen or business customers looking to wind down at the end of the day and enjoy some time off. Within easy walking distance is Tivoli Gardens, the city's renowned amusement park and pleasure garden and the second oldest in the world. The attraction features rollercoasters, an aquarium, cabaret, concerts, and pantomime. Also close by are City Hall Square, Amalienborg Castle -- the winter home of the Danish royal family -- and Carlsberg Breweries Museum. TransportationCopenhagen train station (0.4 mi/0.7 km)Copenhagen Airport (5.7 mi/9.2 km)Øresund Bridge (6.8 mi/11 km) Nearby attractionsTivoli Gardens (0.1 mi/0.2 km)Halmtorvet Square (0.9 mi/1.4 km)Nyhavn canalside (1.8 mi/3.0 km)The Little Mermaid (2.1 mi/3.3 km)Amalienborg Castle (2.2 mi/3.6 km) BusinessFree Wi-FiBusiness centerSix meeting roomsMaximum 120 delegates
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First Hotel Twentyseven Copenhagen

4 stars
3.6 / 5 53 reviews
Seriously icy cocktails at this modern hotel near town square First Hotel Twentyseven is in the heart of historic Copenhagen, just a few meters from Rådhuspladsen, the town square. The hotel has exclusive shopping and a world of opportunities at its doorstep. Guests appreciate contemporary Scandinavian design and unique features, such as the Icebar CPH, a bar actually constructed of ice imported from the Torne River in Lapland. Tivoli Gardens and the National Museum are nearby. Free wireless Internet is available throughout the hotel, and a lobby shop is open 24 hours. Highlights24-hour reception, multilingual staffCity center locationFree Wi-Fi Restaurant and two barsFree copying and fax RoomsFirst Hotel Twentyseven has 200 rooms, styled in the Scandinavian tradition by leading Danish designers and architects. Rooms combine comfort, functionality, and light with a sense of detail. All rooms are furnished with Scandinavian designer furniture, a flat-screen television, and an exquisite black slate bathroom. Every room also has a safe, tea- and coffee-making equipment, and organic fair trade tea. The rooms come in three grades, standard, superior, and executive. Features The Wine Room combines a comfortable and relaxed lounge with a dining room, which serves breakfast and dinner. The menu offers a selection of global teasers -- different light and tasty dishes that can be combined as desired. The Honey Ryder cocktail bar offers hyper classical and molecular cocktails, served in warm and stylish surroundings. The Icebar CPH is truly unique. The crystal-clear bar, open only in the evenings, is constructed of ice and serves a range of cocktails, spirits, and coffees. Even the glasses are made of ice. Transportation Central train station (0.8 mi/1.3 km)S-Tog Vesterport Metro (0.9 mi/1.4 km)Copenhagen Airport (8.7 mi/13.9 km) Nearby attractions New Carlsberg Museum (0.3 mi/0.5 km)Strøget shopping street (0.4 mi/0.6 km)Tivoli Gardens (0.7 mi/1.1 km)Halmtorvet Square (0.8 mi/1.4 km)Nyhavn Canalside (1.0 mi/1.6 km) Business Meeting in nearby facilityFree Wi-Fi Medicon Valley
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Danmark Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.3 / 5 32 reviews
Family-run hotel with superb location in the heart of CopenhagenThe Danmark Hotel dates back to the 18th century and is located in a popular tourist part of the city. Take a short stroll to enjoy some of the most popular tourist attractions, and 127 steps bring visitors to Tivoli Gardens. Just behind the hotel is the oldest part of the city. The Strget shopping street is nearby. The Danmark Hotel is a family run establishment and offers homely and cozy accommodations. Arrive to fresh coffee in the lobby and a greeting by a warm and friendly staff. Individual style highlights every room at the Danmark Hotel. 3 Reasons To Stay: Cobbled courtyard and cozy guest lounges offer delightful seating areas for relaxing Close proximity to many of the Copenhagen city center tourist attractions and sights In-house restaurant one of the best in the area for open faced sandwiches and lunch menus Danmark Hotel Copenhagen RoomsChoose from a wide variety of rooms at the Danmark Hotel, each of which is suitable for business guests and families alike. The single room, which contains just one bed, is suitable for one person. The economy room is double sized and has a queen bed. The standard room is ideally suited for up to three persons. Four people can stay comfortably in both the superior room and the junior suite. Junior suites also have an additional sitting area that is ideal for relaxing. Guests of the Danmark Hotel enjoy free Internet access and satellite television, radio and hairdryer. Each room or suite has its own private bathroom containing either a bathtub or a shower enclosure. There is a laundry service available and a doctor on call in case of emergencies. Things To Do: National Museum of Denmark (on same street) Danish Design Centre (0.1 mi/0.1 km) H.C. Anderson's Wonderful World (0.2 mi/0.2 km) Christianborg Palace (0.2 mi/0.3 km) Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (0.2 mi/0.3 km) Tivoli Gardens (0.3 mi/0.4 km) Rundetarn (0.5 mi/0.8 km) Frederik's Church (1 mi/1.6 km) Amalienborg Palace (1 mi/1.6 km) Danish National Gallery (1 mi/1.6 km)
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Hotel Osterport

4 stars
2.6 / 5 8 reviews
The story of Hotel Osterport reaches back to World War II. Originally constructed as a temporary shelter with 125 rooms, the facility was developed into a student dormitory during peacetime. In 1959, a hotel was established adjacent to the dormitory. And in 1980 the dormitory became part of the now 200-meter hotel, which comprises 170 rooms. Read more You can enjoy complimentary coffee and tea in the lobby while watching the world go by. The hotel offers complimentary Internet and newspapers. The reception is open 24 hours. And you can enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet for an added fee. Visitors to Copenhagen enjoy a wide range of offerings within the arts and culture, such as concerts, art galleries and major museums, including the National Museum of Denmark, the Danish National Gallery and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. There are only a few minutes' walk from shopping streets with a large variety of exciting boutiques, restaurants and cozy cafes. Copenhagen always has much to offer and the atmosphere is friendly and cozy.
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Copenhagen Hotels

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Tivoli Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.1 / 5 32 reviews
Unique family-friendly hotel in the heart of the Danish CapitalThe Tivoli Hotel opened its doors in 2010 as a family-friendly, themed hotel in  close cooperation with Arp-Hansen Hotel Group and Tivoli Gardens.The lodging, centrally located in downtown Copenhagen, offers a wide range of facilities for family members of all ages. Tivoli Gardens and City Hall Square are an easy walk. The property has 396 air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, a fitness center, swimming pool, bar, restaurant, and indoor and outdoor playgrounds. Highlights Free Wi-FiExtensive leisure facilitiesOn-site bar and restaurant RoomsThe Tivoli Hotel has 396 elegantly furnished rooms and suites, some decorated with a mere hint of the Tivoli Gardens theme, others more obviously reflecting the landmark. All rooms and suites feature free Wi-Fi, private bathroom, mini-bar, flat-screen television with a range of channels including a children's channel, radio, and telephone. Interconnecting rooms, as well as allergy-friendly and accessible rooms, are available. Suites, with a well-equipped sofa area, also are available with connecting doors. FeaturesThe Tivoli Hotel, the first themed hotel in Denmark, offers guests a truly unique and unparalleled experience. The helpful, friendly staff is happy to advise guests on where to sightsee and how to get there. Guests, however, can rent bicycles and travel around Copenhagen the traditional way. The on-site Tivoli Brasserie, serving Danish and international cuisine, offers varied menus, including a special children's menu. Private dining is available in this inviting modern eatery. The hotel swimming pool is open to all guests, including children. A sauna and fitness center is available for adults. Children can enjoy a playroom, outdoor playground, and garden. Transportation Copenhagen train station (1 mi/1.6 km)Copenhagen Airport (7.9 mi/12.7 km)Øresund Bridge (8.3 mi/13.4 km) Nearby attractions Halmtorvet Square (0.9 mi/1.5 km)Tivoli Gardens (1.2 mi/2 km)Nyhavn Canalside (1.6 mi/2.6 km)Amalienborg Castle (2.6 mi/4.2 km)The Little Mermaid (3.1 mi/5 km) Business Part of Tivoli Conference Center23 meeting rooms accommodate up to 2,500Free Wi-FiBusiness center
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Bella Sky Comwell Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.2 / 5 21 reviews
The hotel Bella Sky Comwell is a spectacular skyscraper and striking landmark in Copenhagen's newest neighborhood, Orestaden. With its 23 floors, 812 designer rooms and 30 flexible meeting and conference rooms, the hotel is not only the largest hotel in Scandinavia - it is also the most aesthetically attractive. At Bella Sky Comwell, the hotel value quality and experiences and with a sense for individual guests' needs and wishes, the hotel can offer everything from unique meeting facilities and excellent dining experiences, to exercise, relaxation and pure enjoyment. The surrounding area offers everything from shopping at Scandinavia's largest shopping centre to golf, walks and biking trips through the areas of outstanding natural beauty, or just a cafe visit. If you would like to explore Copenhagen, you are closer than you may think. Just 100 metres from the hotel, the Metro and buses will take you directly to the city centre in less than 10 minutes. Good parking options are available right outside of the hotel.
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Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.2 / 5 6 reviews
Delightful Copenhagen hotel offering a peaceful relaxing atmosphere.The Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen is an ideal choice for those who enjoy staying in a laid back relaxed atmospheric hotel. It is ideally located in Vesterbro, the "Latin Quarter" of Copenhagen, close to many attractions and public transportation links so navigating the city and surrounding areas is easy. Guest rooms occupy four floors that are accessible by two elevators from the lobby. The 5th floor is home to the hotel's own restaurant, which offers panoramic views of the city. Hotel amenities include wireless Internet access, laundry service, currency exchange facilities, and conference facilities 3 Reasons To Stay: Set back from the lively streets giving privacy and peaceful relaxation Suitable for both tourists and business guests, with many corporate facilities available Newly refurbished guests rooms with most offering views of the tranquil courtyard Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen RoomsCopenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen offers rooms in three different sizes. There is the single room, the double or town room and the triple room. There are 76 rooms in total and each room offers spacious surroundings. The recently refurbished guest rooms at the Copenhagen Crown Hotel Copenhagen offer traditional furnishings and most rooms have views over the beautiful courtyard. Rooms at the Copenhagen Crown Hotel that have a street view have noise reducing windows to ensure a peaceful night's sleep. Bathrooms come complete with either a bathtub or a shower and room facilities include television, wireless Internet access, and telephone. Smoking or non-smoking rooms are available upon request. Guests with limited mobility can request special facilities, and all rooms are accessible. Things To Do: Tivoli Gardens (0.4 mi/0.7 km) Radhus (0.5 mi/0.9 km) Gråbrødretorv (1 mi/1.5 km) Islands Brygge (1 mi/1.5 km) Mogens Dahl Concert Hall (1 mi/1.5 km) The Royal Theatre (1.3 mi/2.0 km) Hans Christian Andersen Monument (1.4 mi/2.3 km) Christiania (1.7 mi/2.7 km) Parken stadium (2.2 mi/3.5 km)
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Copenhagen Star Hotel Copenhagen

3 stars
3.3 / 5 22 reviews
Comfortable low-cost hotel in the center of the Danish capitalThe well located Norlandia Star Hotel is within walking distance of the central train station. The hotel is a perfect starting point to experience all that Copenhagen has to offer. In recent years the hotel's neighborhood of inner Vesterbro has developed into a trendy quarter with designer shops, cozy cafés, and a great selection of exciting restaurants with world cuisine. Guests can sit outdoors on nice days and enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee in the hotel's calm backyard. HighlightsFamily-friendlyFree Wi-FiCentral location Rooms The Norlandia Star Hotel has 134 rooms in standard single, double, and twin sizes. Larger triple and family rooms also are available. All accommodations in this city-center hotel have Wi-Fi and en-suite bathrooms with shower. Features Guests enjoy continental breakfast daily in the hotel's breakfast room. Tea- and coffee-making is available in the hotel lobby. Guests who visit during the summer can grab their coffee and take it outside on the private terrace.   The Norlandia Star Hotel's central location is ideal. The famous Tivoli Gardens amusement park is a 10-minute walk. The Little Mermaid in Copenhagen Harbor and the Amalienborg Castle are a short bus or taxi ride away. Travelers who want a little more adventure can consider a day-long excursion across the Øresund to Sweden. Tourists can travel by car over the famous Øresund Bridge or take a train from Copenhagen's central train station, steps from the hotel. TransportationCopenhagen central train station (0.1 mi/0.2 km)Copenhagen Airport (5.7 mi/9.2 km)Øresund Bridge (9.3 mi/15.0 km) Nearby attractionsHalmtorvet Square (0.4 mi/0.6 km)Tivoli Gardens (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Calsberg brewery (1.2 mi/2.0 km)Copenhagen Zoo (1.9 mi/3.1 km)Nyhavn Canalside (2 mi/3.2 km)The Little Mermaid (2.5 mi/4.0 km)Amalienborg Castle (2.9 mi/4.7 km) BusinessBusiness centerFinancial district (2.9 mi/4.7 km)Business district (6.3 mi/10.2 km)
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Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen

4 stars
4.3 / 5 30 reviews
Cook, relax and sleep well in modern, apartment-style roomsNext to the new international cruise terminal, spacious rooms at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen boast smart design and apartment-style convenience. Walk to the Little Mermaid statue or journey into downtown Copenhagen. Public transit makes the trip even faster. Tall windows shine light on the indoor pool. Swim laps, unwind in the sauna or jump on a cardio machine in the fitness center. In a city filled with pricey restaurants, in-room kitchens are a lifesaver for travelers who like to cook. Find a restaurant on-site and a supermarket next door. HighlightsHeated indoor swimming pool, a sauna and a fitness center at Adina Apartments / Hotel CopenhagenRestaurant and bar open for breakfast and dinner also serves room serviceApartment-style rooms with equipped kitchen, living room and bedroomWalk 25 minutes into the city or take nearby public transportation  RoomsBook one of 128 cheerful studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen, ideal for short escapes or long-term business stays. Balconies face the courtyard and kitchens make it easy to save money on eating out. Check out the pay-per-view options on flat-screen TVs or use the CD player. Other amenities include a safe, a hair-dryer, an iron and a minibar. Order room service or connect to Internet access (fees apply). Some apartments at Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen feature a washer and dryer. FeaturesWhile Adina Apartments / Hotel Copenhagen sits outside the busy city center, guests find its rooms comfortable and its ambiance welcoming. The warmth of the modern lobby that includes sitting areas and a fireplace spills over into Otto's Restaurant and Bar, open for breakfast and dinner with seasonal outdoor dining. Barbecue in the garden courtyard or reach Copenhagen cafes, shopping and the business district in less than half an hour on foot. Park right on-site (fees apply). TransportationCopenhagen Airport (7.1 mi/11.4 km)Malmo Airport, Sweden (42.9 mi/69 km)Angelholm-Helsingborg Airport, Sweden (54.9 mi/88.4 km)Adjacent to the new ferry terminalWalking distance to public transportation AttractionsLittle Mermaid Statue (0.9 mi/1.4 kmStroget shopping promenade (1.8 mi/2.9 km)Nyhavn waterfront district (1.9 mi/3 km)National Museum of Denmark (2.2 mi/3.6 km)Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek sculpture museum (2.4 mi/3.8 km)Tivoli Concert Hall (2.4 mi/3.9 km)Tivoli Gardens (2.4 mi/3.9 km)Danish Design Center (2.4 mi/3.9 km) BusinessInternet access available in rooms and pubic areas (fees apply)Flexible meeting rooms with natural light accommodate up to 90 people
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Flights to Copenhagen

Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip fares
London Copenhagen Wed, 30 Apr - Wed, 7 May £63
Helsinki Copenhagen Tue, 13 May - Fri, 16 May £83
Prague Copenhagen Wed, 4 Jun - Sun, 8 Jun £97
Manchester Copenhagen Mon, 16 Jun - Sat, 21 Jun £74
Amsterdam Copenhagen Sat, 10 May - Tue, 13 May £104
Edinburgh Copenhagen Mon, 26 May - Mon, 2 Jun £143
Zurich Copenhagen Thu, 1 May - Fri, 2 May £147
Birmingham Copenhagen Wed, 11 Jun - Wed, 18 Jun £90
Paris Copenhagen Wed, 21 May - Sat, 24 May £98
Stockholm Copenhagen Thu, 1 May - Thu, 8 May £76
Rome Copenhagen Wed, 30 Apr - Mon, 5 May £135
Dubai Copenhagen Mon, 26 May - Fri, 30 May £347
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Copenhagen highlights

  • Be a ‘Bycykler’

    Borrow a bicycle from Copenhagen’s famous free service and have fun getting around the city! Anyone may borrow a bike from 1 May until 15 December for use around the city centre. No need to worry about damaging the bikes, either; their tyres are puncture-resistant. Hop on a bike at any of 110 stands in public spots; you simply deposit a kr20 coin and then when you return the bike to any stand, the money will be returned.

    Join Nightlife Friend

    This clever programme pairs you and up to four friends with a local nightlife chaperone on Fridays and Saturdays to take you to Copenhagen’s most popular nightclubs and bars. For about 2,500 kroner (£290), you can all party where the hippest locals do and get VIP entrance as well.

    Hit the Beach at Amager Strandpark

    Outside the city centre, there are several areas for bathers. This particular beach has recently had a makeover. It is now a picturesque lagoon with expanses of clean sandy beaches, as well as a playground for children. During the summers, its bars and cafes are the place to be, and be seen.

    Catch a Flick at Cinemateket

    This is the Danish Film Institute’s admirable cinema. It shows many classic Danish films, as well as a wide variety of foreign films. Be sure to enjoy its decadent restaurant and bookshop afterward.

    Visit the Copenhagen Opera House

    Even if opera is not your cup of tea, the beautiful, state-of-the-art facilities are worth seeing. Besides classic and contemporary operas, there are jazz performances as well. Performances are usually sold out in advance, but there are 25 tickets available every day at the box office. Many visitors come just for the Franco-Danish restaurant that boasts stunning panoramic vistas.

    Go Shopping

    Copenhagen is known for fashion. Find local and international upscale designer brands at Birger Christensen, which is also known for its luxurious Danish furs. Bitte Kai Rand is a popular women’s clothing store, while Hay.Cph sells the latest Danish furniture.

Top Copenhagen attractions

  • Statens Museum for Kunst

    The national gallery of Denmark was created in 1824 at Christiansborg Slot as a place for the royal family’s art collection, and is currently the biggest art museum in the country. Admission is free for the museum’s collections and small exhibitions, while the museum’s airy café also comes highly recommended.

    Museum Erotica

    Understandably one of the city’s most popular museums, this establishment is full of erotic objects, images, and films not intended for the fainthearted.

    Fredriksborg Slot

    This castle is impressive, spread across a handful of islets on Slotsø Lake. In its glory days, it was a formidable fortress with beautiful interiors—paintings and gilded ceilings. Today it is a national museum where you can look around the 70 rooms open to visitors. Especially interesting is the Coronation Chapel, where Danish royalty accepted their fancy new crowns from 1671 until 1840. The Dutch Renaissance-style castle is open every day.

    Jens Olsens Clock

    Atop the city hall stands a 105-meter-tall clock tower, whose visitors can climb to the top. The clock is named after its Danish designer and cost one million kroner to construct. Not your average clock, it displays solar time, planet revolutions, sidereal time, and the calendar—it even shows the different holidays.

    Vor Frue Kirke

    Copenhagen’s cathedral was built in 1191, yet has been reconstructed three times due to fires. The current building, built in the neoclassical style, has stood since 1829. Art buffs will appreciate the exquisite sculptures of Jesus Christ and his 12 disciples, the most famous works by sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen, which he created in the early 19th century. His statue of Christ has become an international model for countless of other sculptures. In 2004, the cathedral hosted one of Denmark’s most notable weddings when Prince Frederik married Mary Donaldson.

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Copenhagen holiday travel tips

  • Airport

    Copenhagen Airport is in Amager, eight kilometres south of the centre. Taxis and buses are available right at the airport entrance or from the station under Terminal 3. From there, the Copenhagen Metro can connect you to the city centre, as well as all other major cities in Denmark.

    Getting Around

    Copenhagen’s bus and train network is excellent. Most of your travel will likely take place within two of the zones. Single tickets are good for an hour’s worth of travel and are valid for the metro, buses, and S-train. The metro system travels through the eastern part of the city centre, and the S-train has nearly a dozen lines that pass through Central Station. Ten-ticket cards can also be purchased at a discounted rate. The trains and buses operate from 05:00hrs until 00:30hrs, but buses on a few of the main routes run through the night, although the fare is double. You can obtain free city maps complete with bus routes from the tourist office.

    Taxis can be hailed on the street, and if its light-up taxa sign is on, that means the taxi is available. There are also taxi ranks around the city, and taxis even accept most credit cards.

    Bicycling is a wonderful means of exploring Copenhagen. There are many bike lanes and you may also board the S-train with your bike, at off-peak hours. Bookshops sell cycling maps.

    Getting around Copenhagen by car is fairly easy and traffic is not bad, except during rush hours. Car hire in Copenhagen is therefore a convenient option, and gives you the chance to explore further afield.

Where to stay in Copenhagen

  • The Plaza Hotel is an embodiment of luxury that dates back to 1913, when King Frederik VIII insisted that this four-star hotel be built. Conveniently situated in the city centre, with views of the lovely Tivoli Gardens, the hotel is across the street from Central Station. And aside from the hotel’s impressive history and classical style, its amenities are thoroughly modern, especially the fitness centre.

    The Tivoli Hotel is bright, airy, and modern. It recently opened in summer of 2010 and was named after the Tivoli Gardens, which are in close proximity. The hotel also boasts waterfront views and free WiFi for guests. Those with children will find the hotel to be remarkably family-friendly: there’s a playground, and each child receives a welcome gift.

    The Copenhagen Island Hotel is a beautiful modern structure, designed by Utzon. The hotel, which opened in 2006, overlooks the harbour on a man-made island; the views are spectacular. All of its 326 guestrooms are air-conditioned and have flat-screen TVs. The hotel restaurant is chic and reputable.

    The Cabinn Scandinavia Hotel is comfortable and located only a brief walk from the city hall square and the gardens. All guestrooms have free wireless Internet. They are small yet cosy. For breakfast, a buffet is provided for 60 kroner per person each day. Lobby reception is always open and also has a sandwich and beverage bar for your convenience.

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Copenhagen restaurants

  • If you’re in the mood for brilliant Nordic food, head over to Noma (Strandgade 93), which has received more praise than any other restaurant in Denmark. Its cuisine draws heavily from the North Atlantic, bringing in super-fresh fish three times per week. Chef Rene Redzepi prepares the seafood in traditional Nordic style, then combines it with other flavours such as pigeon, elderberries, and musk ox. Don’t be surprised if you are dining alongside celebrities inside the converted old warehouse that houses this famous restaurant.

    Tuscan partners started Era Ora (Overgaden Neden Vandet 33B) in 1982, a Michelin-starred Italian restaurant rumoured to be the best in the country. The cuisine of this Danish institution is Tuscan and Umbrian, sprinkled with fresh seafood. The pasta is freshly homemade each day and the veal dishes are divine. Don’t miss out on the exquisite blend of flavours created from fresh, seasonal ingredients. The restaurant’s romantic, renovated 18th-century building is sure to charm you while you eat.

    French cuisine is prepared spectacularly at Les Trois Cochons (10 Værnedamsvej). This charming bistro housed in an old butcher shop offers delectable, three course French meals for a reasonable price. Seasonal ingredients are central to the menu, which changes each month. Taste Danish influences in the halibut in mussel broth and suckling pig.

Health & Safety

  • Vaccinations and Hygiene

    There are no vaccinations required to enter Danish territory. However, it is a good idea to make sure you have received boosters for all your typical injections back home.

    If you are considering a trip to the island of Bornholm, you might need protection against tick-borne encephalitis, especially if you are travelling in the summer months.

    Accidents or Health Problems

    The water is potable, though mineral water is also widely available.

    The health infrastructure is great; almost all public hospitals have emergency departments. Before leaving home, ask a local Social Security centre for a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).

    During an emergency, call 112 for the police or ambulance.

    Safety

    In July and August, groups of pickpockets invade Copenhagen, so be especially vigilant when walking around busy areas or using public transport.

    Do not go walking alone at night or around poorly-lit places with jewellery or large quantities of cash. Do not leave personal belongings in parked vehicles. When you travel outside of the city, it’s a good idea to carry a fully-charged mobile phone with you.

    When driving, headlights must be lit no matter what the hour of day. Watch out for the many cyclists in the city; they retain the right-of-way. There is no parking within ten meters of a traffic intersection in town.

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