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Best places to stay in Denmark

Going for a trip in September. Any suggestions/recommendations for best places in Denmark for staying?

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For how long? What are you interested in? What brings you to Denmark? Is this part of a longer trip?

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We were just in Denmark for 10 days. In Copenhagen, we stayed in at Ibsens Hotel near Norreport station, which I highly recommend. We really enjoyed Aarhus and will return. We also liked Aeroskobing on the island of Aero. We stayed at 44 Vestergaad, which has been a Rick recommendation for a long time. There is a new owner now, but it is one of the nicest places we've ever stayed. The island is very quiet and picturesque. Not a lot to do, but that was what we were looking for at that point in our trip. Denmark is a fantastic country. Enjoy!

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Not sure where you plan to stay but here is where we stayed this past August:

Villa Copenhagen in Copenhagen: Fantastic boutique hotel. Wonderful location next to central train station and diagnol from Tivoli Gardens. We could see fireowrks from our window. The breakfast buffet at this hotel is one of the best we've ever had. Rooms can be a bit small but very modern desgin and comfortable.

Hotel Aero in Svendborg: We stayed here overnight so we could do a daytrip to Aero as we could not reserve any place on the island of Aero, everything was booked. We were sorely disappointed with the island of Aero. While our hotel was not on the island it too was disappointing. Very old, musty and uncomfrtable rooms which were above two restuarants.The breakfast was the only nice part of this stop. This was a waste of a stop in our opinion.

Hotel Legoland in Billund: We have teens who have always been Lego fans and for convience we wanted to stay close to the park so we booked Hotel Legoland. This is an old property and since we went in August it was packed. We stayed in a Kingdom Room with our family which was nicely themed. A big drawback was the noise as this is close to the Billund Airport and we were kept up all night by air traffic noise. The hotel was also super stuffy feeling. Breakfast buffet was included and was fine.

We traveled in Denmark in August 2022 which was during a heat wave across Europe. We learned that it is very rare to find lodging with air conditioning. Villa Copenhagen did have AC but the other two places we stayed did not and it was unbearable for most in our family. Hopefully a September trip you wouldn't have this issue.