ABOVE: Nyhavn is an appealing
area of Copenhagen, with easy access to the city's downtown and shopping district.
Copenhagen has a
good assortment of hotels and other accommodations. Scandinavia is expensive, so
prices tend to be high, and service may not be as personal or professional as in
a country like Italy. Still, you can generally count on a clean and functional
room in any price category.
On the hotel pages listed below, we've included links to
hotels represented by our booking partner,
well as links to other hotel sites. Please see
hostels, camping, and apartments for alternative lodgings.
- Breakfast tip: Although many hotels
include a Scandinavian buffet breakfast in the rates, some supply only a
Continental breakfast, and some may charge extra for breakfast. If you have a
good appetite in the morning, look for a hotel with a buffet breakfast (which
typically will include unlimited quantities of breads, cold cuts, Danish
pastries, cereal, etc.)
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