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out of 10 reviews
A friend referred us to this hotel and we found it to be reasonably priced in a great spot. Near to everything. Room was small, but very clean. Some rooms have balconies. Staff were friendly and helpful.
Completely adequate accommodation. Reasonably priced. Very conveniently located. Extremely helpful and efficient staff. Would happily stay there again.
Clean,quiet for a big city, perfect location ,access trains, buses , tivoli , walking street Price, PERFECT. Would stay again.
“Surpassed are expectations”
Centrally located to train and buses. Very reasonably priced for Copenhagen. Good morning meal.
“narrow bed but very convenient area”
Great location--a few minutes walk from the central train station, and the surrounding area was nice--near the Tivoli Gardens. Narrow bed in my room! I thought I might roll off at night, but there are more expensive rooms that probably have bigger beds. Reasonable price for expensive Copenhagen. Had to check out at 5 am and front staff could not be located, but I found out later (I came back for a repeat stay later that week) that the front-desk person was downstairs helping to prepare the breakfast dining area at that hour, so this can be forgiven. Anyway, it was no problem, since I just left my room key behind the desk and left. Convenient, reasonable.
“Good location at reasonable rates”
Location: Great location, within walking distance of Central Station, Tivoli Gardens and the Tourist Information Centre. It was located in a quieter pocket of the city. The only drawback was that you couldn't leave the window open at night because of the people screaming on the roller coaster rides at Tivoli. With the windows closed though, it was fine. Service: The front desk staff were friendly and helpful when my luggage was delayed from Oslo to Copenhagen. They were able to help track my luggage from the front desk computer terminal. However, it must be said that overall some of the staff were more professional and knowledgeable than others. Room: It was about half the size of a regular inside cabin of a cruise ship, but was decent for a place to sleep. In a busy city like Copenhagen, there are so many better things to do than hang out in your hotel room. The shower however, was literally part of the bathroom. The bathroom floor was also the shower floor. Nevertheless, the shower curtains (when properly positioned) kept the toilet and sink relatively dry. The bathroom floor did get all wet, but dried fairly quickly. Other: - Free internet - Decent though pricey breakfast buffet (for an expensive city with not much choice in cuisine) - Free coffee/tea in room
“Not a bell or whistle to be had, but OK”
Stayed in a Commodore room (with two twin beds) in July 2010. Note that the taxes equated to about 25% on top of the posted rate so it wasn't as cheap as it initially appeared. Really small room. As the saying goes, no room to swing a cat. But if all you're looking for is a place to sleep, it'll do the job. Beds were comfortable. No ventilation to speak of though, just the window that opened onto a small half-balcony, which was fine, even though temperatures were pushing 30 C, until our neighbor decided to have a smoke out on their balcony. Our room quickly became a not-so-non-smoking room. Saturday night, just before midnight, get ready for the Tivoli fireworks! I couldn't see them but I could sure hear them. Felt like they were launching them from the roof of the hotel. But let me end off on a positive note. Location was fantastic. The centre of town is within easy walking distance. The Stroget is only about 10 minutes away. And the breakfast was pretty good too. I opted to include breakfast when I booked my room but there was never anybody in the breakfast room checking credentials.
“Great value hotel in downtown Copenhagen”
The hotel is ideally located close to the main train station and Tivoli park in downtown Copenhagen. It's offers very good value in terms of location and price. The room was typical Europeen (small but no wasted space), clean and very quiet (traffic noise was very minimal). My only downside was that I found the bed pillows to be too soft... I would definitely stay here again.
“Expensive but the cheapest in Denmark”
Yikes! Denmark is expensive! Cab Inn was the cheapest, still a bit pricy for what you do get. It was clean, comfortable, convenient locations.
“Extremely small room”
We asked for a triple because we were three adults travelling together. We got a room that had a bunk bed and a mattress on a frame to pull out from under the lower bunk. Once the mattress was pulled out, there was no space between the beds. In other words, the room was the width of two single mattresses. We had to pile our luggage by the door. It was very uncomfortable to be so crowded for the two nights we were there.