Lovely hotel in the heart of Copenhagen
Hotel was very traditional full of character with its old style lift and glass door in core of the hotel. I had requested a room overlooking Tivoli gardens but as there was a lot of development work going in, we were relieved to be in a room at the back which was really quiet. We slept really well, although the miles we walked around the city may have contributed to this!
The hotel was located directly next to Central station and yet there was no noise from what is a very busy station. Tivoli gardens is just opposite the hotel and is a must to experience although you have to pay 100 krona to get in before you can go for a meal or drink! Still worth seeing though. Public transport is really good, you can even get a free bus to the Carlsberg museum which again is worth a visit. So many attractions, museums and river cruises, not to mention a train ride or bus ride to Malmo in Sweden to see and do, you could easily stay for a week and still not see everything. That is if you can afford to! Copenhagen, as wonderful as it is is not cheap! You can pay £5 for a small beer, £70 for a 2 course Italian meal including a half bottle of very nice wine and £7 for two ice cream cones! The river cruises are a must, you see more of the city from a very different perspective and the hop on/hop off buses are good value. There are plenty of bars and restaurants around the city, although a visit to the China Palace restaurant was disappointing unless you enjoy your food lukewarm. Enjoyed it all!