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Located at Tivoli Gardens, this boutique belle is the darling of international travel magazines with good reason...
Danhostel Copenhagen City
Featuring interiors by design company Gubi and a cafe-bar in the lobby, this friendly, ever-popular hostel is set in a tower block overlooking the harbour just south of Tivoli Gardens (did we mention the views?)...
Danhostel Copenhagen Amager
In an isolated part of Amager just off the E20, about 5km southeast of the city centre, this is one of Europe’s largest hostels, with 528 beds in a series of low-rise wings containing cells of two-bed and five-bed rooms...
Danhostel Copenhagen Bellahøj
This place is in a quiet suburban neighbourhood 4km northwest of the city centre. Although it has 250 beds, it’s quite cosy for its size. Facilities include a laundry room, guest kitchen, TV room and table tennis. To get here, take bus 2A.
The dim hallways might give you pause, but the rooms here are bright and comfy and the welcome is warm...
Ultramodern and so hip it almost hurts (Jacobsen chairs, cowhide fabric, red leather), The Square is an excellent three-star hotel with design touches and amenities generally associated with greater expense and more stiffness...
Copenhagen Island Hotel
Built on an island in the redeveloped South Harbour district, this sleek 325-room hotel is the work of Utzon’s team of architects. Although some rooms are seriously small, they’re all expectantly svelte, complete with sexy Danish-designed furniture...
If you’ve come to expect restrained Scandi style in your top-end Danish hotels, prepare to be surprised by the Royal, Århus’ premiere place to bed down...
Classy, central Hotel Dagmar is Denmark’s oldest (1581) and exudes all the old-world charm you’d expect. There’s a golden hue to the hallways and rooms, with old-world décor alongside tiling, artworks and antiques...
Set in a converted 19th-century warehouse, the appealing Strand hotel overlooks Copenhagen Harbour. Its 174 rooms are equipped with cable TV, minibar and phone. The standard rooms are smallish but cosy, and only the suites have harbour views...
The Tiffany, which proudly bills itself as a ‘Sweet Hotel’, is a pleasant little place filled with character. The 30 rooms each have TV, phone, trouser press, bathroom, and kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave oven and toaster...
Part of the Brøchner Group (which also includes Hotel Fox and Hotel Kong Arthur), the recently revamped Ibsens is a three-star hotel with boutique finesse...
A very pleasant hotel is the larger 18th-century Vinhuset. Its light, high-ceilinged rooms, decorated in plain blue, orange or red colour schemes and brightened by cinema posters, come complete with expected modern amenities...
Hotel Kong Arthur
Sprawling over four historic buildings, the 107-room Kong Arthur fuses understated elegance with quirky period details such as suits of armour...
71 Nyhavn Hotel
Housed in a stunning 200-year-old canalside warehouse, this atmospheric slumber spot has incorporated some of the building’s period features and great views of both the harbour and Nyhavn canal...
Located in the hip Vesterbro district, this century-old hotel still retains some of its period character and art-nouveau decor, though its 66 rooms were set for a revamp in 2012...
By the harbour, the Ærø has an annexe of large, modern chalet-style rooms. They’re decorated in ‘romantic British colonial’ style, which translates as big comfy wooden beds, mock mahogany desks and vaguely Chinese-looking lamps...
The town’s largest and most business-oriented hotel has good service and agreeable on-site eateries in a central location, but we don’t think the simple rooms justify the price...
This is an outstanding hostel, although it’s not cheap. Spotless two-, three- and four-bed rooms, each with a shower, toilet and satellite TV, are based in a renovated 19th-century iron foundry in the city centre...
The Hirtshals has bright, comfortable rooms with high steepled ceilings – try for one with a sea view. It’s in the best position for enjoying the town’s restaurants and is heavily peopled by ferry-going Norwegians.
Close to the harbour, with comfortable, modernised double rooms in the beamed main building and a smart modern extension and garden annexe out the back. Facilities include a restaurant, and two tennis courts a five-minute walk from the hotel...
Ideal location, energetic staff, sparkling rooms (all with bathroom) and impressive facilities make this a fine option suited to both backpackers and families...