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A very welcoming hostel! There is a great communal area with a pool table and other facilities - perfect for young backpackers to socialise! The hostel also rents bikes at a very good price, which I would highly recommend as cycling is the best way to explore Copenhagen!
Really nice and big common room. But I didn't like the dorms that much. The beds were squeaking and dangling. The bathrooms were not that clean but okay. The hostel is located in a really nice quarter. The staff was friendly but couldn't help that much because they had so much to do.
This is a pretty good hostel. You can get to the city centre by at 15 minute walk, there's a bit happening in the area but not much. Helpful staff, good common area. I would stay here again
Overall, a great place to stay in Copenhagen. The common area was very modern and had a cool feel, making it easy to interact with others. One challenge was there was no kitchen. Although they do have their own cafe type area. In the end the staff was great and allowed us to store our bags before checkin and after check out.
Common place it´s cozy and nice, but rooms are messy and not very clean. Specially try to avoid 3 beds-in-a-row rooms.
Location is prime for exploring the city. This hostel seems to harbor quite a variety of travelers which is awesome. It's easy to make friends here. Dorms are clean and everything is tidy. Only huge negative is there's no kitchen or fridge so you have to buy food daily that doesn't need to be refrigerated. And cooking is not an option so you'll spend more on eating out.
Very clean and friendly staff..but Location is not Perfect- had a room in a seperate building..beds are not very comfertable :/..very expensive for what you get/ breakfast extra 50DK
The staff was very helpful. They answered all of my questions and provided great tips for exploring the neighborhood around the hostel and throughout the city. The atmosphere was very cozy. And the location was great, as the surrounding area is super lively and hip. The only downside is the lack of communal kitchen or refrigerator space, especially because eating out in Copenhagen is so expensive. It would have been nice to cook my own meals or even have a space to store leftovers and groceries.
The place is a little out of the way, and it needs a kitchen or at least self-serving coffee and tea-making facilities badly. It also says that they have 24 hour reception but they are closed for a few hours with a bell to be rang "in case of emergency". There are two buildings, the one with the common room is noisy, the other one is reasonably silent, just a few meters down the road, and the whole "follow the sheep painted on the pavement to get there" is a nice touch. Bathrooms are okay.
An amazing way to meet people as a solo traveller! There are nice and open communal spaces, including a spacious outdoor area. The staff are really friendly and helpful, as well as someone being there 24/7. The bar is reasonably priced along with a 2 for 1 happy hour! Had a great experience here, just wish there was a kitchen.
The only disadvantage was the showers that were quite far from our room.
Really good place to stay. It was about a 20 minute walk to the centre but the alt area around the hostel is also great. The common room is a great place to relax there's a pool table and happy hour. The bar sells reasonably priced drinks and cocktails. The staff was helpful. They gave us lots of advice and suggestions in where to eat for cheap. The security was excellent. The wifi was also excellent. I think if it was very busy the bathrooms might start queuing but not too bad. Great place.
Travelling with my girlfriend, stayed in a double room. Shared bathroom was clean, but had to walk through the common room/bar which may bother some. Breakfast was extra, but was great value. Atmosphere was perfect, and many chances to make friends and meet fellow travellers. Would recommend!
Security was good, having the keycard for the locker made good sense and was convenient. The fact that my room was located a block down the street from the hostel was inconvenient. It was also inconvenient that the washrooms do not provide a bench anywhere to place your things. The water temperature in the showers was also not reliable but the toilets and sinks were often plugged and there was sometimes a shortage of toilet paper. Also, the door to the room closes loudly.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Couldn't have been happier. Friendly, helpful staff, fresh linens provided and comfy beds/pillow/duvet, clean toilets and shower rooms (with modern decoration and hot water with great water pressure). Neighborhood may look a bit "colorful" (or dodgy, depending how you look at it) but I have a friend that lives very close by that assured us it was a really safe neighborhood. We didn't have any issues and really liked getting to stay in a neighborhood with more locals.
Slightly far location and there could be some noise in the evening, others were decent. Really like the WiFi and the card as locker key, as well as the bike rental service
There was nothing I saw wrong, atmosphere was great. Lots of people in the common room till 2am (it closes then). Comes with big lockers in room for free. If you want some early sleep it might be hard since you can hear the common room if people are loud.
the friednliest and funniest staff I have ever encountered
The location of the hostel is really great. Although I didn't meet any of the staff due to late check-in and early check-out, things were managed professionally.