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Sleep in Heaven Reviews

Struenseegade 7, Copenhagen, Denmark

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3728 Total Reviews
  • 81%Value For Money
  • 91%Security
  • 76%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 87%Atmosphere
  • 82%Cleanliness
  • 80%Facilities

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Nice hostel. Its about 20 min to walk in the city center and very calm.


The hostel was nice, the beds were comfortable but the rooms were little small. And i think more toilets and showers will be necessary!!


The interior was cute and very scandinavian, we liked it very much. The location was ok, but I suggest you to rent bikes or take the metro to get to the centrum fast. There is also some nice restaurants, shops and pubs around the hostel area. The staff was friendly & welcoming. Would recommend this hostel to Hostelworld travelers!


Bar/reception area was a cool place to hang out. Breakfast was a bit overpriced for just bread and cereal. Rooms were clean but the bathrooms (showers especially) could have been cleaner. A larger toilet/shower block would also be good as there were often lines for the showers.


We were very satisfied with the location and with the common room. Also, the staff was helpful. On the other hand, the room was extremely small, there was literally no place to even open your luggage. The roommates kept changing all the time, also throughout the night and early morning, making it impossible to sleep. Finally, there were only 4 showers and 4 toilets for all the travellers, which is way too little. On the top of that, neither the room nor the bathrooms were always clean.


Our staying in Sleep in Heaven was very nice! You have to walk a bit on foot to the city center but it was ok. I really liked design of the hostel with very nice common living room with a bar and free internet access :) If you would like to cook on your own in this hostel be aware that there is neither kitchen to share nor fridge. Everyone gets own card to the room, which is also card to your deposit.


The Hostel was very nicely decorated, with enough places to sit etc. in the common area. The two computers with free internet and printing facilities were also a great feature. However, the shower facilities weren't always that clean and a great disadvantage was that the hostel didn't have a kitchen. In the case of me and my friend also a disappointment was that, although we booked together, we couldn't sleep together in one room for the first night.

  • 14th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Netherlands
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Very comfortable stay, friendly helpful staff and great big split level common area. Hostel is a 20 minute walk from city centre so no real need for the metro to get around, except for heading to the airport. Comfy beds and good happy hour 2 for 1 Danish beers. Stay here!


Hostel not exactly in the center but in a good neighboor of the city. We enjoy the location. Good for people who prefer local people than tourists:). The historic center is at 15min by feet, 5 min by bike. The hostel was clean, a little bit noisy but it's normal for a youth hostel.

  • 8th Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • France
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Totally recommend it.


Second time here and was a pleasure again. Some of the staff somehow remembered me from 6 months previous, everyone was welcoming and friendly, and the newly renovated commons area is great. Bikes for rent at a great price, and they were amazingly helpful with replacing mine when the rear tire was punctured. Beds can be a bit sqeaky, but that´s what happens with IKEA stuff!


This hostel is extremely chill and neat. They have a great lounge area and bar, and it's fun. It's also about a 30 min. walk from Tivoli Gardens and Town Hall. Only Downside: the walls in the private rooms are super thin, and we couldn't sleep the night before out flight thanks to our neighbors.


The hostel was more like a hotel. The common area was very nice and the security is also very good (even the lockers have electronic cards). However, there was no kitchen (not even a fridge where you can leave your stuff) and they charge for breakfast and even for coffee and tea. The walls are very thin and there is no thick curtain in the bedroom, so you can imagine it is not so easy to sleep. Maybe it would also be nicer if the bathrooms were cleaned more than once a day. .


We stayed two nights here and had to move rooms after our first night... This involved checking out in the morning, storing out bags during the day and then re-checking in at night, therefore making it a bit of a hassle. Toilets were also a bit unclean and very few. Only four showers for the whole hostel. On the plus side, the bar area was cool, staff were very helpful!


I enjoyed my stay here.


One of my favourite places to stay, the communal bar area is perfect for relaxing and meeting new people. The shared rooms are pretty standard and the toilets and showers are pretty average but they're sufficient for your basic needs. Large lockers to fit all your stuff, linked to your specific key card for your room.

  • 2nd Aug 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • England
  • Male, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Really cool place to stay. Reasonably close to the city center, easy to find based on their directions, and close to plenty of restaurants. No guest kitchen and no bringing in outside alcohol, but they have a bar with a decent happy hour. Nice common room and patio area. Beds in the larger dorms were stacked 3 bunks high. Good lockers in dorms. Would definitely stay here again!


Friendly and helpful staff, a lot of information regarding things to do in Copenhagen posted in the main lobby/reception area, and clean rooms. Plus, the hostel isn't too far from downtown - about a 25 minute walk, which is quite manageable, but even if you are not in the mood to walk, bike rentals are available everywhere and are very affordable in the city!


loved this place,really cozy and happy hour is a grear way to meet people


Was good.

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