Hostel Price was avg, but then they charged me $5 NZ for a ride to and from the airport (which totaled to $10), Room had 5 beds (2 bunk beds and 1 single bed). The single bed was "stuffed" in there in an effort to attain more revenue, but it made the room really cramped. More shelving and/or a desk would have been nice instead. I did like the electronic lock system. BUT--I got bit by bed bugs and they did not put the normal 2 sheets on the bed, only a sheet and a blanket!
Great Hostel Overall! Staff seemed secluded and not very open to questions. Great idea with the bar and restaurant.
Great hostel! I wish there were secondary locks on the actual dorm rooms though. Great staff, props to Mark, Lacey, and Ashley.
Great guesthouse/hostel. I only stayed one night, but multiple nights would have been great as well. Bedda, the owner was very welcoming and accommodating. She even let me use the washing machine/dryer to wash my clothes. My favorite part is that it doesn't feel like a hostel, it feels like someone's house, like you are a family!
Great location! I felt very safe (card keys like a hotel to get in your room). The room did not feel cramped or anything. Staff was helpful in suggesting local restaurants and things to do. 50 SEK discount (~$7.50) if you are a Hostellling International member! (A great bonus!). Entire facility was very clean and sleek, you could tell it was renovated recently especially for the hostel.
A great idea, and they are off in the right direction, but there are a few things to know. There is no kitchen for you to use. It does include a basic breakfast (0800-1000), a big plus in Copenhagen. There are 20 beds total, but only 2 showers, and 2 restrooms. Both showers and restrooms are unisex.