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Where to stay in Copenhagen

Where to stay in Copenhagen

The city has several cool neighbourhoods, each with its own unique vibe, and accommodation options are many, from luxury hotels and B&Bs, to aparthotels and hostels.

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Blow-the-budget luxury

If you’re keen to splurge, the district of Indre By is one of the best areas to stay. The historic centre of Copenhagen, this is where you’ll find most of the finest luxury hotels. Its central location also means you’ll be within walking distance to many of the attractions, museums, art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Of course, the hotel that catches everyone’s eye is the gorgeous Hotel D’Angleterre. Established in 1755, this iconic five-star hotel sits on Kongens Nytorv (King’s New Square) near the popular Nyhavn waterfront and entertainment district. Get pampered at the spa, linger in the Champagne Bar, and dine at the Michelin star restaurant.

Cool and trendy

Prefer an area that’s more edgy with a pumping nightlife? Then the Andersen Hotel in trendy Vestebro should do just fine. A quirky, colourful 4-star boutique hotel, it’s a short walk to the Central Station and Tivoli Gardens amusement park. On a tight budget? Then consider Urban House by MEININGER, a funky self-service hostel in the same area.

Utterly unique

For a unique experience, why not stay in a floating hotel? You’ll find Hotel CPH Living in the romantic neighbourhood of Christianshaven, its 12 comfy double rooms offering front-row views of the waterfront and city centre. Relax on the rooftop terrace with a coffee and watch the seagulls as you make plans for the day – or evening.

Self-catering comfort

Further away in the district of Amager (but still conveniently close to the city), Zoku offers a designer home-from-home experience. Near the airport, with the metro station on your doorstep, this ultra-trendy apartment hotel includes high-speed Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen, a roof-top terrace and an on-site restaurant. Couples and digital nomads – this one’s for you!

Frequently asked questions

When packing for a trip to Copenhagen, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some Danish Krone and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka plenty of layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and a good pair of jeans. No, seriously, jeans are the ultimate European travel accessory, effortlessly taking you from strolls along cobblestoned streets to nights out at cosy bar.


Copenhagen is an incredibly walkable city, so you shouldn’t have any issues navigating all the sites. With this in mind, travellers generally opt to stay in Old Town, Vesterbro, Christianshavn, Osterbro and Amager East.


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Copenhagen offers travellers the chance to experience all four seasons, with mild spring temperatures in April and May, long, hot days from June to August, rainy and overcast weather between September and November, and a cold winter from from December until March. When you choose to go depends on what you’re hoping to experience. Just keep in mind that winter months do have limited daylight, with the sun setting around 3:30 pm.


When you’re not chatting to Santa at the Christmas Markets or eating in Michelin Star restaurants, spend your time in Copenhagen getting lost in the history at Christiansborg Palace, exploring any of the fascinating museums, wandering the canals and sampling some of the local Danish flavours.


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