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Copenhagen Hotel Availability

Trying to find a hotel in Copenhagen from May 25-30 that is centrally located, nice and not going to break the bank. Most hotels under $500 are sold out. And reviews for all hotels aren't that good.

I have a reservation at Ibsens but found out the hotel is undergoing renovation outside so it is noisy.

Any suggestions?

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Would you consider an apartment? I've rented from this company, An Apartment in Copenhagen, and they were great. Had a nice little place (it was just me) that was well decorated, quiet, and very comfortable.

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I found a bunch of hotels for well under $500/night for those dates (I am assuming two people in the room, obviously a family-sized room will be more). We stayed at the Kong Arthur hotel, which is in a great location, very near the Norreport Station. I saw it on Expedia for your dates for $313/night. If you search on trivago, set the it to less than $350/night, reviews of 7.5+, and within 2 miles of the city center, there are a few hit, including Hotel Ansgar for $193/night. I can't personally vouch for that one like the Kong Arthur (which was great, I would absolutely stay there again), but it has good reviews. Expedia also has the four star Imperial Hotel (not far from the train station) for $268/night. The prices I listed are before taxes.

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Thanks, I was slightly exagerrating when I stated under $500/night.

I was thinking of making a reservation at the Kong Arthur but was wondering about the location. Not many restaurants or cafes nearby.

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Kong Arthur is walking distance to a lot, even if those places aren't "right around the corner." It's five minutes to the Norreport Station. We were right around 30 when we went a few years ago, both in good shape and both like to walk all over, but I don't think it ever took us more than 20 minutes to walk to dinner at night, and we could have found other restaurants even closer if wanted. The much acclaimed Host is right next to it. There are bakeries on practically every street corner, plenty within a couple of minutes. And the KA is close the Torvehallerne and closer than most of the hotels to some of the really good restaurants on the other side of the canal (especially along the Jaegersborggade). So I think it's in a fine location.

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Hotel King Arthur is not exactly located in a food desert, how close and how many cafés and restaurants do you need?

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I need at least 6.3 cafes and 4.7 restaurants within 0.38 kilometers. :)

Okay,,,,,,I'm going to flip a virtual coin. Heads it's the Ibsen hotel, tails it's the Kong Arthur. Which side lands facing up?

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The Absalon opened up for the dates I need so I think I'll be staying there. It seems like a great location and the reviews are very good.

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Any one stayed at the Kurhotel Skodsborg in Copenhagen? Need 2 rooms for a family and need to be within 30 min of the port.

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@drj Kurhotel Skodsborg is not in Copenhagen, but in Skodsborg north of Copenhagen. If it is the cruise port at Oceankaj you need to get to, just note that it is only about 20-30 min away from the city centre by public transport. look at www.rejseplanen.dk for timetables etc.