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We stayed in the Grand Hotel for a weekend in late July. Our son and his fiancé were getting married that weekend and there were about 20 in our group. The hotel is so well situated, within walking distance of all the main attractions in...More
The hotel is very dated, it needs some serious renovations, the floor really squeaks as you walk and for some rooms you need to take two different lifts which are far away from each other. The corridors a narrow. It is such a shame because...More
Arrived after a very hot period for Copenhagen to find that there are no a/c available in rooms however a fan was provided. Room was small with a small double bed positioned half way into an alcove. Not the best layout for a room. Hotel...More
I agree with lots of what has been written, but I am more positive than many. Our room was adequate for our purpose - I use a hotel as a base and spend as little time in it as possible. If you have mobility problems,...More
Billed as a heritage property billed over a hundred years back, this hotel is badly over-rated and is in a very run down state, To reach our rooms, we had to take an elevator up , then stairs down and then up another floor. The...More
US$131 - US$392 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.