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Copenhagen is not only Denmark’s capitol, it is also the largest city in all of Scandinavia. Despite its size, the city of Copenhagen has a disarmingly provincial, small-town atmosphere, enhanced by its gabled houses, narrow streets and delicate spires. Copenhagen is situated very strategically on the Baltic east coast of Denmark’s largest island, Zealand, and its harbor is overlooked by the world-famous “Little Mermaid” statue. Copenhagen is also Europe’s greenest city. Most of the center of the city is reserved for pedestrians, there are strict anti-pollution rules that are enforced and practically everyone uses a bike rather than a car. Everywhere you look in modern Copenhagen, Denmark, there is water, in the form of canals, lakes and are a reminder of the city’s heritage as a very big Baltic port. The city might be called a tourist’s heaven, if you like cleanliness, orderliness and good food. There is a very wide choice of hotels in Copenhagen ranging architecturally from historic to very modern and from budget-priced to luxury.

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel, Copenhagen
Toldbodgade 24-28 – DK-1253 København K – Danmark K
This four-star, 366 room hotel sits right on the waterfront in the heart of Copenhagen. It is housed in a converted 18th century warehouse building, which was renovated in 2009, although Some of its historical touches were kept. The Admiral Hotel offers both rustic and elegant themes.

The floors and walls of this hotel’s bathrooms are lined with rose-colored, genuine Italian tiles. The beds all have extremely soft duvets and pillows. The hotel’s restaurant/bar, Salt, serves European cuisine with a strong Scandinavian influence and offers low-calorie and other dietary choices. Its waterside seating faces the new Opera House. This is where the breakfast buffet is served each morning.

When you step outside of the Admiral Hotel’s doors, you will be in Copenhagen’s main shopping and cultural area; right near the Royal Palace and the Royal Playhouse.

STAY Copenhagen
Islands Brygge 79A 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark – 7244 4434
This is a four-star 179-room design hotel located right inside Copenhagen’s harbor area, within 10 minutes’ walk of Dybbølsbro Station. It offers apartments with balconies, free Wi-Fi, gym access and free private parking.

STAY Copenhagen is a converted industry building from the mid 1900s. All apartments are furnished with furniture from the designer, Hay and each room has either a city or a waterfront view. Every apartment comes with its own washing machine and dryer, a dishwasher and cable TV.

The hotel offers a breakfast in their cafe. The hotel also has a panorama lounge and a roof terrace. Within walking distance, you will find the Amager Fælled Nature Reserve.

The Square – Copenhagen
Radhuspladsen 14, Copenhagen, 1550 Denmark
866-538-0187
This 267-room hotel has location, location, location. It sits within City Hall Square, right in the center of Copenhagen, near the train station, Tivoli Gardens, and the start of the Stroget, the street where you will find all kinds of shopping, along which there are many bars and restaurants. The Square’s lobby is described as modern/trendy.

The rooms are simple, designed in a minimalist style, with pillow-soft mattresses, Internet connections and Satellite TV. The hotel also offers air conditioning, which is more like climate-control or not very cold and some rooms have a fantastic view of Rådhuspladsen, Copenhagen’s Public Square.

The Square serves breakfast for a fee in an open-air room within the building. It also offers a Bed & Breakfast weekend deal for guests if they would like it.

Hotel Nimb
Bernstorffsgade 5, Copenhagen, 1577 Denmark
866-538-0187 +45 88 70 00 00
Hotel Nimb is a boutique establishment built in 1909, and remodeled in 2008. It is described as a Moorish-style palace with a Venetian marble facade, which faces Tivoli Gardens. Inside, the house is furnished in dark, oiled oak and land stone. The hotel has just 13 rooms and suites. Each room integrates modern designs with antiques and some have views of Tivoli Gardens.
Hotel Nimb has a bar, which used to be the ballroom, and still has chandeliers, paintings, a grand piano and a blazing fire.

Step outside the Hotel Nimb and you will find yourself in Copenhagen’s historic port with its cobbled streets and canals. There is much shopping available, with some excellent buys.

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