copenhagen hotels

need a hotel in copenhagen 9/9/*13 for one nite before leaving on a cruise. also one nite when returning. looking for a current far all I've seen have been from 2011 thx

Posted by Tom
Lewiston, NY
10675 posts

I stayed at this place and found it pretty good: Your text to link here... Plus- easy to reach by public transportation, a very interesting breakfast spread, and my room was huge. Minus- There's a loud bar across the street. Although keeping the windows closed kept out most of the noise, the room became a little too warm. I finally fell asleep thanks to my noise-canceling headphones.

Posted by Daniel
Longwood, FL, USA
12 posts

We stayed at the Best Western City this past August/Sept. before boarding our Baltic/St. Pete cruise. It was delightful and had a good breakfast. It is strategically located in between the entrance to the Stroget to the west and Nyhavn to the east. A REALLY Ideal location about a block off the waterfront.

Posted by gone
2081 posts

hi, im going to CPH this fall and im staying at the Cab-inn. Its not fancy, but inexpensive and close to the train station. the rooms are suppose to be like state rooms on a ship. maybe you should use them to get use to your future sea voyage. LOL> happy trails.

Posted by Elaine
Mission Viejo, Calif., USA
841 posts

We stayed at the Radisson Blu Royal, right across the street from Tivoli. It was a lovely hotel and it was quiet and convenient to walking the the sites. We had a room with a great view of the fireworks at Tivoli at night. We were on a higher floor, back from the street. We stayed there five nights.

Posted by Michael
69 posts

Hi Karen, the best three star hotel I've found in Copenhagen is the Copenhagen Strand hotel on the harbor front, ca. 3 mins walk from Nyhavn and 5 mins from the Kings Square (Kongens Nytorv). Decent and clean rooms with all necessary amenities and a very helpful and friendly staff. Reasonable prices, but book early as it is popular. I've also stayed at the Cabinn Hotel (2 stars) which is probably the best deal in Copenhagen I've seen. Modern but very small rooms (the size of a cabin from a ferry boat or cruise liner) and even smaller bathrooms, but again with all amenities and free wifi in the room (only about $100 pr night). Perfect for just one night and to save costs. I was a the Cabinn Express hotel in the quiet neighborhood of Frederiksberg, ca. 5 mins walk from the metro station of Forum.