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Our recommended hotels in Copenhagen

Hilton Copenhagen Airport
Ellehammersvej 20
2770 Copenhagen
Bertrams Hotel Guldsmeden
Vesterbrogade 107
1620 Copenhagen
8.2 / 10
Hotel Wakeup Copenhagen Carsten Niebuhrs Gade
Carsten Niebuhrs Gade 11
1577 Copenhagen
Best Western Hotel City
Peder Skramsgade 24
1054 Copenhagen
7.2 / 10
Ascot Hotel & Spa
Studiestraede 61
1554 Copenhagen
First Hotel G & Apartments
Gyldenlovesgade 19
1600 Copenhagen
Copenhagen Island Hotel
Kalvebod Brygge 53
1560 Copenhagen
Copenhagen Strand Hotel
Havnegade 37
1058 Copenhagen
7.5 / 10
Scandic Sydhavnen Copenhagen
Sydhavns Plads 15
2450 Copenhagen
7.4 / 10
Hotel Maritime
Peder Skrams Gade 19
1054 Copenhagen
5.9 / 10
Christian IV
Dronning Tvaergade 45
1302 Copenhagen
6.8 / 10
CABINN Express
Danasvej 32
1910 Copenhagen
6.5 / 10
Hotel Amager
Amagerbrogade 29
2300 Copenhagen
7.0 / 10
Hotel Copenhagen
Egilsgade 33
2300 Copenhagen
Absalon Annex
Helgolandsgade 15
1653 Copenhagen
Axel Hotel Guldsmeden
Helgolandsgade 11
1653 Copenhagen
Carlton Hotel Guldsmeden
Vesterbrogade 66
1620 Copenhagen
8.2 / 10
CPH Living Hotel
Langebrogade 1C
1411 Copenhagen
Hotel Stay Kopenhagen
Islands Brygge 79a
2300 Copenhagen
Hotel Tiffany
Colbjørnsensgade 28
1652 Copenhagen
Andersen Boutique Hotel
Helgolandsgade 12
1653 Copenhagen
9.2 / 10
The Square Hotel
Radhuspladsen 14
1550 Copenhagen
6.9 / 10
Bella Sky Comwell Hotel Copenhagen
Center Boulevard 5
2300 Copenhagen
8.4 / 10
Hotel Scandic Copenhagen
Vester Soegade 6
1601 Copenhagen
6.5 / 10
Scandic Glostrup Copenhagen
Roskildevej 550
2605 Copenhagen
7.1 / 10
Palace Hotel
Raadhuspladsen 57
1550 Copenhagen
7.4 / 10
Hotel CABINN Metro
Arne Jacobsens Alle 2
2300 Copenhagen
Best Western Hotel Hebron
Helgolandsgade 4
1653 Copenhagen
6.1 / 10
Hotel Phoenix Copenhagen
Bredgade 37
1260 Copenhagen
7.0 / 10
Copenhagen

From Sleepy Village to World City

Copenhagen was founded over 1,000 years ago as a sleepy fishing village for the local area Vikings, what a difference some time makes. Now, Copenhagen is a very exciting city that attracts a growing number of visitors each year to experience the sights, sounds and cuisine.

In order to visit Copenhagen, most people arrive Copenhagen Airport, which is the main airport that services the region, one of the biggest in all Scandinavia. The city also services arrivals via the Copenhagen-Malmö Port as well as a high number of rail stations throughout the city as well.

Art and Museums

Copenhagen is home to a number of fantastic museums and art galleries. One of the most popular would include the National Museum, also called the Nationalmuseet, the National Gallery is also very popular and features works from a number of renowned artists like Picasso, Rembrandt and Olafur Eliasson.

Other popular art museums that tourist and visitors to the city really enjoy visiting include the Louisiana, which is a well-known modern art museum, as well as the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek gallery featuring a number of ancient works of art.

One of the most popular attractions in Copenhagen is a work of art that is not in any museum, but located on the water. The statue of the Little Mermaid has been one attraction that most visitors to the city make sure to see, as it really has become one of the biggest icons of Copenhagen.

Growing Foodie City

Copenhagen is also a growing foodie city that has been regularly recognized internationally for the cuisine being served. Recently, the city has counted over 10 Michelin Stars, a sign of a very impressive food scene.

The most popular dishes that most visitors try when visiting Copenhagen include Danish pastries as well as some of the local microbrews. For pasty, head to Andersen Bakery, Brød and Bertel where visitors will find a fantastic selection of local fresh pastries to enjoy with a nice cup of coffee.

For beers, there are a couple of great gastropubs to try, wander over to Mikkeller, the Black Swan or Mikkeller & Friends.
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In and around Copenhagen

Copenhagen is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is situated on the Zealand and Amager Islands and is separated from Malmö, Sweden by the strait of resund. There are numerous hotels in Copenhagen, which will meet all the requirements a tourist or business traveler might have.

The city emerged from a small settlement at the sea in the 12th century. Later on, Copenhagen was chosen to be the residence of Denmark’s king and thus became the country’s political, economical and cultural centre – which it still is today.

The Town Hall Square is a sight worth seeing, with its 106-meter/116-yards-high tower that grants a magnificent view over the city. In the middle of the square, in the centre of Copenhagen, you will find the Dragespringvandet (Dragon Fountain), a memorial for the writer Hans Christian Andersen. The statue of “The Little Mermaid” continues to be the most popular tourist attraction in Denmark and one of the most photographed statues in the world.

If you are looking for adventure in Copenhagen, we recommend you to visit Tivoli Gardens, the highly popular amusement park. For those interested in culture we recommend you to see the Amalienborg Palace, the royal couple's winter residence, which is a major architectural work and probably the most outstanding piece of Rococo architecture in Denmark. Within a short distance of these sights, you will find a nice hotel to stay at.

Copenhagen has become famous as a city of art and culture. It houses an uncountable number of museums, theatres and galleries, which can be reached easily from your hotel in the city.

Copenhagen’s industry has been moved to the town’s outskirts. Copenhagen itself is dominated by the trade and service sector.
Copenhagen is the country’s most important traffic hub. There are several ICE trains from Germany arriving in Copenhagen every day. The town has a well-organised public transportation network with suburban trains, metropolitan trains and tram lines. In close proximity to Copenhagen’s international airport you will find a variety of nice hotels that have adapted to the requirements of business travellers.

Ferries from Oslo and Poland call at Copenhagen’s harbour. The hotels in the city are well equipped, with numerous luxury hotels offering an excellent service for your comfortable stay. A number of hotels are traditional houses, which have met the guests’ high requirements for decades. You will be able to go for a splendid shopping spree in Copenhagen, especially on its shopping promenade "Strøget".

Total population: 509,861 (1st January 2008)

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Airports in Copenhagen

Exhibitions/events in Copenhagen

  • ENERGY EUROPE
    (5/22/2014 - 5/23/2014)
  • blickfang Kopenhagen
    (11/14/2014 - 11/16/2014)
    Design Exhibition for Furniture, Jewels and Fashion