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The beds in the dorms were quite squeaky and shaky and in addition the dorm was right next to the common area so it was very noisy until late at night. Also I'm not sure if there even was more than just one toilet for each gender? The dorm floor was dirty. Staff was nice though and the system where one keycard opens everything from doors to a locker was handy. It was okay but far from the best possible experience.
This hostel was dirty and run down. If you are unfortunate enough to have the upstairs bunk room you will hear the loud bar/lobby until 2am and you will have to walk a mile to use the toilet and 2 if you would like to shower. The floors are caked with dirt and the beds aren't much better. Woke up with many bug bites and couldn't tell if it was due to the matress, what they try to pass off as a pillow or from the door to outside that doesn't close. One of the worst hostels I've stayed in.
Very limited space in room is balanced by quite comfortable common area.
Comfortable beds, nice hostel. Staff were very friendly. 40min walk into town. Showers were good. No kitchen but staff were happy to supply plates, bowls and boiling water for noodles and such. Would return here.
Awesome common area with super nice people. rooms are very small.
Good wifi, very clean. First hostel I've been to in Europe that actually had a social atmosphere. Only downside is kind of far from city center.
The common areas have a lot going on - the locals even come in for cheap beer. Location is great as well. Overall an amazing experience!
The best things about Sleep In Heaven hostel are its staff and common rooms. Staff was very helpful and they had a good knowledge about the town. The common rooms definitely make people more social. In the other hand the rooms are very small. It was almost impossible to move around or find smth from you backpack. Also, you have to do your own bed. Its a small thing, but should be included in the service. Everyone in the room were woken up by the late arrivals who had to make their bed first.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Loved this hostel, was very trendy and cute. The only downfall was having no kitchen as eating out is awfully expensive in Copenhagen for a backpacker. Other than that would defiantly recommend to stay here to anyone whose looking for somewhere to stay. The rooms were big and spacious, bathrooms always clean and communal area was great to make new friends.
Overall good stay. It was a bit of a walk to city centre. The showers could have been a little cleaner (the one was clogged) and more showers would have been nice (only 3 female showers). However would stay again.
Good in many ways, but kind of unfortunate to be detached from the rest of the hostel-- however the bigger issue was NO INTERNET. The wifi was absolutely awful and would disconnect almost imemdiately so I didn't even get to use wifi for 3 nights. It kind of worked a bit better in the main lounge, so maybe distance of the split hostel was an issue-- but either wah it wasnt great connection.
The staff here is super friendly and helpful, and I like that you can buy coffee and juice. The common area was set up well and it was easy to meet and talk to people, but it was closed off from the dorms so that I never heard anything when I went to bed early to catch a morning flight. The only thing they lack is a kitchen to try to save money in such an expensive country, but if youre only staying for a night or two as I did, it was fine.
Awesomely and cozy hostel! Lounge is amazing, and had a cafe with a full bar. Staff were good, but some not as attentive as they could be. Happy hour (2 for 1 drinks) was very useful in an expensive city like Copenhagen ;) It was a bit weird that the "new" part of the hostel was separate from the main part, but it made it a bit quieter at night. Bike rental directly from the hostel was lovely too. The lack of kitchen made it hard to eat anything other than takeout/restaurant food.
Such a cute little hostel with the best atmosphere! Sad that there wasn't kitchen but otherwise it was quite perfect and really comfy.
The beds are really nice and since we were 6 - we even got a room of our own ! The staff at reception was clear and fair. They allowed us to keep luggage in the luggage room before checking in and after checking out. On the whole the acco was a bit expensive for us but really good quality. Copenhagen is a small city so we could walk down to the hostel from the station and tour the city at the same time.
Good Hostel. I'd come back
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
When we turned up- after finally finding the place,Even the locals did not know of the hostel we were told we could NOT stay- we were TOO OLD. They apparently have age limits & we totally exceeded that. However we were eventually allowed to stay, after contacting the Manager. We were only to stay the one night. There was NO kitchen. We were entitled to hot water, but had to supply our own tea/coffee/milk etc. Not very friendly.
Very cool hostel with great facilities and a very chilled out atmosphere in a very trendy part of town. I loved my stay in Copenhagen!
Overall the stay was great, but the pillows were so thin it was hard to sleep.
It took me a while to find but I eventually got there by foot, about 20-25 minute walk from the town hall square. Very friendly guy at reception and the layout of the main area really helped create a nice, young, and fun atmosphere. The room was fine, I was assigned the middle bed of the three tier bunk beds, where I found that being tall was not a good thing.The rooms are not very sound proof either, you can hear music and chatting from the main area. Good safe lockers. Decent breakfast.