Copenhagen 3-Star Hotels
LEFT: A sentry at Amalienborg Palace.
The Absalon is just 150 meters (about 1-1/2 football fields) from the
central railroad station and 200m from Tivoli.
The Ascot Hotel occupies three buildings, including a former municipal bathhouse,
in central Copenhagen. It offers free parking, and well-heeled guests can book
Copenhagen's four "CABINN" hotels are modeled after ships' cabins,
with beds that convert to sofas during the day. (The newest property in the
group, the CABINN Metro, is the largest hotel in Denmark: Think of a megaship on
land.) Prices are reasonable by Danish
standards, but the breakfast buffet is an extra-cost option.
This newer 174-room hotel occupies a renovated warehouse on the waterfront in
central Copenhagen. Tivoli and the central railroad station are just over 2 km
A no-smoking floor and free ice cubes make this 65-room hotel
appealing to North American visitors. The Du Nord is only 110 meters from the
main railroad station.
This hotel in central Copenhagen is popular with Scandinavians. It's located in
the Nansensgade area, and guests have privileges at the Avalon Spa next door.
The Maritime is handy to Nyhavn and the Str°yet shopping district. The hotel is
furnished in Danish modern style, and three-bed family rooms are available.
This modern three-star property has 122 rooms and five suites.
It's a short walk from the main railroad station, and the metered parking lot
nearby is free at night.
The Hotel Tiffany is a three-minute walk from Tivoli. Rooms have
kitchenettes, and a Continental breakfast is included in the rates.
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