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Stay was ok - staff helped but not very friendly. Little bit far away from sights. Beds were comfortable with plenty of power points .
Great place to stay at if you want to socialize with other travellers, nice common area, however the three bunk beds were a little off putting
Ok hostel, some rooms in different building, 20 mins to centre but not much at 20 mins you will have to walk a lot more to get to the sights,long walk back lo hostel and buses can be pricey, wasn't happy that I couldn't get a bike for a few hours without paying full price. Small rooms.good bathrooms, WiFi too weak in rooms. Long check in as there was only one guy working during happy hour.
Really loved this hostel. Best common area I've seen in a hostel, experienced as soon as you enter, great for meeting people and relaxing . Staff were great, which is always is a defining point with the best hostels. Whole place has a great atmosphere.
This was probably my favorite hostel I've ever stayed at. While its a little run down, there are 3 high bunk beds (with no guard rails) and its not a sparkling new hostel, I had a phenomenal time. Everyone I met while at the hostel was awesome, the hostel lets you store your bags before/after you check out, there are walking tours that leave from the hostel directly, its in a great location with cheap food and bars around, and they have a 2 for 1 happy hour :) Thank you for a great stay!!
Very Nice environment.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
Those lockers are awesome!!! :) Everything was clean but its actually too expensive though because in other countries you get the same for less!
Really helpful staff, lots of advice about where to visit in Copenhagen and nice comfortable place to be. Only downside was there was no kitchen facilities at all, not even to make tea or coffee.
The hostel has a lovely common room and bar area with a nice, quiet atmosphere. However, the size of the dorms is just ridiculous. We stayed in a 6 person dorm and it was really cramped and had the noisiest lockers. I also felt that there was little privacy because the blinds in our dorm only went half way down the window. The bathrooms really need updating and could do with some benches or shelving to stop your clothes getting wet. It's in an okay area, only a short walk to the Metro.
I thought the room for 6 people was way too small and became quite uncomfortable.
Loved our stay here. Despite the fact that there was no kitchen the staff were very friendly getting us hot water for our teas and oatmeal. We didn't try their breakfast but it seemed popular. Plenty of space to hang out comfortably and meet your hostelmates. No problems with wifi. Bathrooms could have been a bit more spacious and cleanier. Would definitely stay here again next time I'm in Copenhagen.
Really enjoyed the atmosphere. Facilities were rather old. The nine person dorm room was rather cramped and narrow with the beds three bunks tall. It didn't help much that the person above me was an extreme tosser and turner. I'm really glad my bed wasn't on the same side as the lockers (the key card system was noisy). Their list of recommendations needs updating. Not a bad walk to the city center, or from the metro station when coming from the airport.
I loved the hostel. You felt like being home especially the lounge downstairs was great! At first I was in the "old" part of the hostel, where the rooms were a bit run-down but still very clean. Huge lockers. The newer rooms I stayed later where fantastic.The breakfast buffet they offered was (the cheapest I found in denmark) defintely worth its money. Many single backpackers to meet. Even though it wasn't the closest to the city centre I loved this part of the City, still in walking distance.
Really nice staff. Awesome common area! I was woken up earlier by the construction outside though as my bed was close to the window.
Even though it's a bit far from the center of the city, it's completely worth it. The area is really cool, the laid back vibe is awesome. It's really easy to meet new people, which was important to me since I travelled alone. Only thing is maybe stronger wifi in the rooms, but aside from that it was awesome!!!
Very nice hostel with a bar (nice happy hour) but you can't bring your own alcohol but you can drink in the streets of Copenhagen (who is a very very nice city). Comfy bed and very nice room. I will recommend this hostel!
The six bed dorm we stayed in was clean, and the location wasnt terribly out of the way. You can walk to town center. The major problem with this hostel was it actually had no hot water for the entire time we stayed there, and there was no attempt to fix the problem. One should also be aware that you are sharing two toilets with the entire floor. The clean up didnt match the capacity, so there were times that the bathrooms were disgusting. This hostel is fine for a short stay, not a long one!
In the room we stayed they were no lights in each bed. I know they were in other shared rooms . It will be very good if all shared rooms have them.
Phenomenally welcoming and cozy spot :)
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
We were 2 and unfortunatetly someone else took one of our beds, and there was nothing to do at that time that take the empty remaining beds. Not nice but the hostel was ok, is a matter of lucky with the people you have to share.