Denmark is flanked by Baltic Sea, North Sea, and Germany. Equipped with all wonderful traits, this country has a bunch of fabulous cities including capital city Copenhagen. The eternal charm and mesmerizing beauty of Copenhagen always allures you to collect some memorable moments of your life.
The magnificent hotels in Copenhagen further add to your elation by offering you the wonderful accommodation and services at affordable rates. And, of course, abundance of attractions in the city also keeps you engaged for days. The list below includes some of the best hotels in Copenhagen where you can stay during your holidays.
Located next to Wake Up – its budget sibling owned by the same company – the Tivoli opened last year as a place to stay for visitors to Tivoli Gardens theme park. Although it doesn't quite convey the same historical charm as the 168-year old amusement park, you will find classic Tivoli elements incorporated into the interior design and there is plenty of options to keep the family entertained, including a swimming pool as well as indoor and outdoor playgrounds.
Danhostel Copenhagen City
This is probably the only hostel in the world to share a furniture designer, Danish company GUBI, with the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The 15-storey "design" hostel is located in an old trade union headquarters and overlooks Copenhagen's central canal. The hostel has shared rooms with four, six, eight or 10 beds, all en suite with shower, and you can also reserve them for private use.
Ibsens is on the corner of the charming shopping street Nansensgade, nestled between the downtown area and the lakes surrounding the city centre. The hotel will wrap up renovation of its rooms and lobby area later this month and has found inspiration among the local shops and designers. The hotel is a short walk from Nørreport station which has train connections to Sweden and the northbound coastline heading up to the Louisiana art museum.
Wake Up Copenhagen
If you don't mind the slightly industrial surroundings, this newly opened budget hotel south of the main train station offers great value in a central location. Wake Up punches above its weight when it comes to the interior design, with its slick, modern Scandinavian style, and the compact rooms all come with free Wi-Fi and flatscreen TV.
With two massive towers leaning away from each other at 15 degrees, Bella Sky is as much an architectural landmark as it is a hotel. Opened in May 2011, the 814-room building designed by architects 3XN will be the largest hotel in Scandinavia. It's located in the developing new-townish area of Ørestad between the city centre and the airport, and although the area is probably better known for its innovative architecture than cosy atmosphere, the metro next door will take you to central Copenhagen in 10 minutes.
Sarah is an article writer whose major area of focus is travel where she shares lots of travel information. In this article she is sharing information regarding where you can stay in Copenhagen during your holidays. To book your Copenhagen Holiday Packages please visit www.mycopenhagen.co.uk.
Best Hotels to Stay in Copenhagen