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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!
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.
- Novice Nomad
- 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
It was great that the room had a spacious locker, which worked with your own key card. Also clean sheets were ready waiting there. Room for 4 was big and clean. It was warm night and had to leave the window open and there was a lot of noise coming from outside at night and in the morning. Therefore earplugs are recommended. Common room was best I've seen in any hostel. Very cozy and relaxed. Had also nice tips/map of things to do around the area.
great common area. super friendly staff. good to meet other people.
This hostel was o.k. There's not to much wrong with it. I just found it to be a party hostel. One thing that was annoying was we were told we could not bring our own alcohol into the hostel to drink we had to drink from their bar. That pretty much stopped us from being able to drink and the prices at the bar weren't that great. Not very budget friendly. Rooms were pretty dirty.
Best showers i have seen in a hostel ,very high pressure. The 4 bed mixed dorm i booked was great as i ended up making some good friends with the people in my dorm and going out with them. Location wise the hostel is not the closesest to the city centre but the price is good as Copenhagen is not cheap. I would definitely stay at this hostel again and drink at its bar. Also the keycard lockers made me feel very secure:)
Very nice and friendly place, i would like to come back and enjoy some more of your delicious kanelsnegles. The only minor issue: the doors are working fine and are closing firmly. But when close they produce a loud 'bang'; in our room we could hear any door closing in the corridor...
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
Although the showers were not *that* clean nor in great shape (I think there was a leak), the rest of the hostel is great. The staff is nice and helpful. The shared spaces are great, very well decorated and cosy. We really liked the tips on discovering Copenhagen and Norrebro! The beds were good (no 3 levels bunk beds as we had read before, just regular bunk beds) and the sheets were extra clean. The lockers are big and you don't need to bring your own padlock which is very cool.
Only stayed here for two nights, but had a great time. Super cool hostel, close enough to the city (5 mins on a bike), clean and friendly and a good atmosphere. Also excellent coffee and a great happy hour! Would recommend to anyone traveling to Copenhagen.
Nice hostel with friendly staff and good facilities. We stayed in a three bed private room and it was excellent.
Helpful staff, pretty good location - 15 minute walk to city and free wifi in the rooms! I'd happily stay here again!
The staff was extremely helpful. Can charge phone everywhere. Pooltable available, big lockers and dorms are nice. Showers and toilets always clean. When not, they will be cleaned very fast by staff. Sell great coffee! Fair breakfast, but wen in budget its better to get groceries at Aldi around the corner. Environment very good, laundromat nearby. Near subwaystation.