Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, is a European city that has a little bit for everyone. The older generation will appreciate the history and architecture of the city, while the younger crowd enjoys the nightlife and trendy shopping.
Copenhagen has so much history including Tivoli Gardens, the world’s oldest theme park, Christiansborg Palace, and the Rosenborg Castle. The nature lovers will enjoy the beautiful Botanical Garden, and the museum lovers can walk around Nationalmuseet, Copenhagen’s National Museum.
Even though Copenhagen is in the top ten most expensive cities in the world, and number four in Europe, it does not have to break the bank when it comes to where you are staying. Here we will talk about three inexpensive hotels in Copenhagen that will save you some money so you can enjoy the city.
CityHub Copenhagen is centrally located with so many attractions and restaurants within walking distance. In addition, it is close to subway stations which makes it easy to get to so many of Copenhagen’s top attractions. Within a mile of the hotel are the famous Tivoli Garden, the Copenhagen Christmas Market, and the Copenhagen Zoo.
CityHub is a unique hotel in the fact that rooms are hubs or small areas with a bed and storage. Hubs share both kitchens, living areas, and bathrooms. The hotel also offers a sauna, storage lockers, and a bar. CityHub also provides a free app that guests can download to their phones and can then talk to the host of the hotel to get tips and directions around the city.
The hubs, or rooms, are clean and minimal. Most hubs offer a small storage area for luggage and a rack to hang up any clothes. Rooms are also equipped with a Bluetooth sound system and can accommodate two to four people. Rooms are not equipped for the super young, but they do welcome kids four years old and up.
Guests who have stayed here have left good reviews on the cleanliness, the price, and the amazing location of the hotel.
97B Vesterbrogade, Vesterbro, 1620 Copenhagen, Denmark.
4.5 out of 5
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Annex Copenhagen is a trendy hotel in the Vesterbro district, close to many of the top attractions of Copenhagen. Just a few steps away are restaurants, shops, and many popular nightclubs, and within a quarter-mile of the hotel, you have Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen’s main train station.
The hotel offers colorful décor in the rooms and shared spaces. Most rooms share a bathroom, but they do offer some rooms with private bathrooms. Rooms will also share a sitting area with a TV and a kitchen. Some amenities of the hotel include free Wi-Fi, a bar, a business center, and 24-hour front desk service.
Rooms can be spacious and can accommodate between one and four adults. Rooms with shared bathrooms come in single, double, triple, or quadruple beds. Private rooms are offered in double or single beds. The hotel also offers cribs upon request for those traveling with younger kids.
Many past guests have loved the location of the hotel, the comfortable beds, and the accommodating staff.
Helgolandsgade 15, Vesterbro, 1653 Copenhagen, Denmark.
4.2 out of 5
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Sleepcph is located close to the airport on a quiet street near Amager Strand Park. The metro station of Lergravsparken is just a few feet away, which is just four stops from the airport or ten minutes from the city center. There are also many restaurants right outside of the hotel which includes Fresh Sushi, Whammy Bar, and Restaurant Sundby Sejl.
Sleepcph is a hostel that offers spacious, minimalist, clean rooms, which include a desk, clothes rack, and bathrobe. While some of the rooms have private bathrooms, most of the rooms share a bathroom. Guests also share a communal kitchen. Breakfast is served each morning for guests in the hotel’s chic café.
Some of the amenities of Sleepcph include free Wi-fi throughout, a convenience store on-site, and business services like faxing and photocopying.
Rooms can accommodate up to four people. Shared rooms come in single beds all the way up to quadruple beds, and the room with a private bathroom includes one queen bed. Cribs can be requested for an additional charge.
Guests who have stayed here have enjoyed the comfy beds, the keyless entry, and the accommodating staff.
Nyrnberggade 23, Amager Øst, 2300 Copenhagen, Denmark
4.2 out of 5
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About our budget hotel recommendations in Copenhagen
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Please note, we only list hotels that have an aggregated guest review rating of at least 4.0 out of 5. We aggregate all reviews from different booking sites and other unbiased review websites. Any hotel listed here should have a price of $100 or less per night. Hence, you can be certain all hotels listed above offer you a great and affordable stay in Copenhagen.
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Top 3 budget hotels in Copenhagen
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