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We, a family of 4, stayed four nights. We wanted a hotel to act as a base, really just to sleep and eat breakfast. It was in a great location close to the station and if you go out of the back of the station...More
If you don't mind sleeping (as a couple) on two single beds put together with uncomfortable mattresses in a hot shoe box with cranky staff for the price of a 4 star hotel then this is your place! Otherwise don't go here. There are pluses...More
Spent 4 nights here, rooms are small but they are ok, Reception staff were friendly.
We didn't think much of breakfast but then we don't like continental breakfast.
It is closer to the station than you think, there was a lot of construction work going...More
We stayed here for one night in a room for three people. We knew from the reviews and the hotel description, that rooms are small. As we only stayed one night, we all felt, that it was totally ok. Knowing hotel prices in Denmark, this...More
The Hotel Ansgar, said to be situated next to the Central Station, is really hard to find if you do not know exactly where it is. After 30 minutes trying to find the hotel, I went into the Radisson SAS hotel to ask direction. Within...More
This neighbourhood is home to Tivoli Gardens, a world famous amusement park and beautiful garden always worth a visit. Just west of Tivoli, you’ll find Copenhagen Central Station, from where you can reach just about every part of Denmark within 5 or 6 hours, or you can reach Copenhagen Airport in less than 15 minutes. Next to the Central Station, you’re in the middle of “old” Vesterbro, where several cultures and
hundreds of languages are spoken in an area not more than one square mile. This neighbourhood is considered one of the most trendy places to live in and to visit in Copenhagen. For a real treat, visit Kødbyen ("meat town"), home to several restaurants, cafés and nightclubs, all within a short walk of each other.