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Small and very quiet hostel in a basement. Good location near the train staiton and friendly attention, especially Elena. But the bunks beds like a box are smalls and very difficult to access to the aboves ones, no ladder. No reception during the night (22-7). Simple vegetarian breakfast, but good to begin the day.
While the immediately surrounding area is cute, just a block away are sex shops and strip bars and shady guys standing on the corners, so be careful at night. Internet does not work anywhere but in the cafe/reception area, which is usually crowded and there is only 1 plug there. You don't get a key to the place unless you give a deposit. The door to the hostel and to my room were open most of the day. I would not stay here again.
High risk of fire in the electric wiring of semi-improvised, crowded bunk beds in the basement, and no provision to enforce no-smoking policy or highlight emergency exits. On a pessimistic note, an accident waiting to happen.
I have rated a little bit over it should be. Plus sides are great breakfast, cosy environment and facilities including bar & coffee. Drawbacks are dorms/lounge area can really get crowded, no kitchen and they are not 24 hours open! (24 Hour Security does NOT mean open 24/7) unless you have a key, which should be corrected in the advert.
Friendly and good tempered staff. Super delicious breakfast included. Cozy and funny cafe atmosphere.
Nice, pleasant stay. Liked the bunk beds - they're like little cubicles so you're not being watched. Towels are not provided, but you can rent one for 25 DK. Staff keeps changing during the day. All of them are really polite and helpful except one (I think she was Danish), the girl was rude and indifferent! I asked for water, they always have a pitcher kept at a reception but on one occasion it wasn't. When I requested for it, she said take it from the toilets and walked away. Very rude.
Woodah hostel is very good place, it is cozy friendly and artistic. Dear girls, thank you very much for your service!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
Highly recommended! Super nice stuff and great atmosphere.
Half Basement with small window. Need to go a little far to the toilet. But not far from the west side of the Central Station. And the stuff was absolutely nice.
Interesting little hostel very close to central station (quite sketchy area late at night). I stayed 4 nights and very much enjoyed the stay, 8am Yoga is a really cool way to start the day and the included breakfast was a bonus. The staff were very friendly too. There are no kitchen/laundry facilities in the hostel but it is a very nice place to stay.
No left luggage room is a problem. The yoga in the morning is a great idea but the noise from that room floods straight into the dorm and means people can't sleep. Little to no atmosphere going on here either. Though location was decent being only a few minutes from the Central station although the area is the red lift district so not exactly safe. The free breakfast was nice but the staff seemed less than pleased to add a new tea bag to the pot once fresh water was added.
Ideally located next to central station if you're travelling early but bit of a seedy area if you're heading out late. Not right hostel for partiers anyway. Atmosphere very chilled! Mixed dorms of 12 w/ bunks built into wall w/ lockers beneath & curtains for privacy & light. Breakfast was included too - lovely muesli, homemade rolls, choice of jam & surprisingly good coffee for a hostel. Bed linen also included. Only two showers for hostel & two bathrooms but wasn't a queue when I was there
Great place, fun people and it offers a breakfast. I liked it a lot :)
I loved this place! The staff was great :) A group of us attended the midsummers eve festival with a few staff members and it was a blast! The atmosphere and rooms are great and nice and private! Would definitely stay there again!!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
This is smaller and more intimate hostel where the experience you have is highly dependant on fellow guests. For example, at the time of our stay, there were surprisingly quite a few older people who never seemed to leave the common area which is already quite small. The common area is the lounge, a café and the hallway to get to the dimly lit washroom all in one. Rooms are clean and well decorated and the enclosed beds are a nice for add. privacy. More activities wud b nice. Bring a lock.
We loved the atmosphere at Woodah Hostel! It was fun, easygoing and clean. I would recommend it!
Not the greatest showers/bathrooms, but the hostel itself has a great environment. Kind of a far walk from anything worth seeing and not in a great location, but close to the train station.
really cute safe little hostel wonderfully located by the central station with really friendly staff and a warm yogi environment. nice lockers with free locks and free breakfast in the mornings is also a huge plus. downsides: guests are not allowed access to the kitchen, you have to walk through the common room (which is also the lobby) to get to the bathroom, and there are only two showers. had a great time and would stay there again
Dear Woodah Hostel, Your breakfast cheese tastes oddly of vegemite, which reminded us of home. If you don't believe us, have Princess Mary check. We saw her in a Land Rover yesterday. True story. I think... Thanks for a truly hyggelig stay!
The two dorm rooms are nicely laid out: curtains, reading light, power port and lockable drawer for each bed. The place is kept spotless, showers and toilets were good and very clean and staff was very welcoming. The key deposit of DKK100 to get in after hours is a bit impractical; would be nice to be able to deposit/get back other currencies (or you're stuck with DKK100 on the way out). There is no kitchen and the rather small (but very good!) breakfast doesn't quite make up for that.