Ratings based on 389 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby BDB from Toronto
Pros: Very convenient location
Cons: A deep thorough cleaning of the bathrooms would be beneficial
Location: The location was the most central hotel. Close to everything.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
for Business Travellersby A verified traveller from Canada
Nice hotel at a great locationPosted 17-Nov-2013
Pros: Location, library & staff.
Cons: Advise patrons that the lower floors noise are noise at night; up[date the bathrooms (e.g., make sure bath is non-slip, toilet seat is not broken)
Location: One of the best possible locations, especially if you have a short stay at CPH.
The Plaza is an "old world" hotel. Located two minutes from from CPH central station and an easy walk to all the great locations. The staff are great. The hotel bar is one of the nicest I have been to: an old library, comfy colonial chairs, nice warm light ... The hotel keeps record of all the celebrities who have visited, which includes just about everyone in the music world, among others ... They had just put up the Xmas tree and the 100+ tradition of this hotel is to hand it upside down (I know, it sounds corny, but the effect in the middle of the old library was just stunning). Buffet breakfast was ok. On the minus side: the hotel is looking tired on the inside. Bathroom needed work. I was on the 2nd floor, which can get a fair bit of street and train noise at night until late at night (so choose the higher floors, if you can). Rates are a bit on the high side, considering I was there at low season + noise etc. I have been to this hotel a number of times, the first in 1991. I think I would go again, but will definitely insist on a room on the top floors.
for Everyoneby Paul
Very centralPosted 13-Nov-2013
Pros: Next door to train station
Cons: Non-working minibar. Not a big deal.
Location: You're around the corner from Tivoli Gardens and very close to Town Hall.
Surprisingly well-priced given how close it is to everything. Extremely good staff.
for Everyoneby Bruce from Alden NY
Two nights on the rails in CopenhagenPosted 13-Nov-2013
Pros: Location close to town, breakfast looked good, most of the staff was very good.
Cons: Handle customer complaints better!
Location: The hotel is close to the main attractions.
The hotel is very close to the train station, we arrived early 8 AM and asked if we could check in. The hotel clerk said yes if you would like 2 twin beds. Otherwise the hotel will hold your bags come back @ 11-12. When we returned at 11:30 AM a different person said not possible we are all sold out you can not get in before 2 PM. We returned at 2 PM, and were given a room 214 which was on the side of the hotel facing the train station. As we were very tired the first night was not too bad. We asked for another room and told we could not change. The next night was terrible constant loud noise from the train station, people yelling. The hotel room did not have air conditioning, so to cool the room we had the windows open, which allowed more noise. Needless too say sleep was almost impossible. The real treat was having drunks yelling and urinating outside our room. The next morning when we were checking out we expressed how unhappy we were with the room. The clerk said "you should have said something" you could have moved to another room. Which we had asked for, the same woman who would not allow us to check in at 11:30 AM after we were told there was a room, with twin beds, also said we could not have moved. The end of this long story is this might be a good hotel if you get a room away from the tracks, and at all cost avoid a blond woman clerk. Who must have been very pleased to give her guests a poor room. Paid too much for a really bad room!
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from sydney Australia
Great hotelPosted 9-Nov-2013
Pros: Character, buffet breakfast, free wifi
Location: Across road from main railway station (with frequent connections to airport) Close to Tivoli, within walking distance of Stroget, Nyhaven, Amalienborg
Old style hotel with interesting history. Across from station & next to Tivoli. Great buffet breakfast selections, attentive staff. Not inexpensive but reasonably priced for Copenhagen which is a very expensive city. Free wifi, restaurant in hotel, small fitness room.
for Everyoneby Cath from Perth, AUS
Great locationPosted 8-Nov-2013
Cons: Fresh paint job in the rooms
Location: It is directly across the road from Tivoli where you'll find concerts, an amusement park and restaurants. The Old Town centre is a 10 minute walk.
I did expect Copenhagen Plaza to be nicer than it was as I spent a little more than I usually do when I stay in Copenhagen. The loby area and restaurant including breakfast were all great. The room was big which is what we paid extra for but the condition of the room wasn't excellent. The rooms are pretty old which is normally fine but there were scuffs all over the walls and mould in the shower. Other than that the amenities were good and bedding was all clean and fresh.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Cons: Pillow was too firm for me.
Location: Tivoli is across the street. New Carlsburg museum is a short walk. Zoo and aquarium nearby by bus. Train to Malmo, Sweden is at station across the st.
Onstreet in back of Central station, steps away from access to trains, metro and buses. Quiet, attractive lobby. expansive buffet breakfast daily and weekends served until nearly lunchtime would make anyone happy. My small single was well equipped and quiet. I will definitely chose this hotel again. It was a bargain in combination with airfare.
for Everyoneby B from Mexico
Very centricPosted 30-Oct-2013
for Everyoneby Lisa from Bristol
Ex Comms visit Copenhagen!Posted 22-Oct-2013
Nine of us spent a long week end at this hotel and we were all impressed with the location. The rooms were spotless and serviced daily, the staff were very friendly and helpful and there was plenty of choices for breakfast. Yes it was a little noisy at night but it is located on a busy road so is very convenient for all of the sights and the fact that it is so close to the station is also a bonus. We all agreed that we would stay there again if revisiting Copenhagen.