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The Hotel d'Angleterre as it's called in Danish, is next to the Magasin du Nord, a shop in Kongens Nytorv Square. When you see all these French names, it doesn't seem like you are in Denmark. But once you walk around you realize that you are next to the old port of Nyhavn, the liveliest nightlife in Copenhagen, and picturesque with its colorful houses. The Hotel d'Angleterre is a classical institution of the city, and was founded more than 250 years ago. It has always been at this location, and was the site of several important events for the country. It is here that the new Danish constitution was introduced in 1849. The hotel was the work site for the army generals. It also survived a major fire, but lost many historical records, furniture, and guests. The hotel has been open since 1755. It's very luxurious, and you get high quality service. The decor is very classic, and you're in a prime location to explore this beautiful city on foot.
Nyhavn is located in Copenhagen's touristic neighborhood. It is a little port with low houses of the eighteenth century, colorful and very picturesque. The hotel is number 71 on the port, in an old house that was renovated and now has all the modern comforts. It is a four star hotel, and you can discover the city on foot. It's in a building that was probably a warehouse or customs house, which has an industrial feel. There are 150 rooms and suites, plus a gourmet restaurant. I found the rooms to have much more charm than the other chain hotels that are in the neighborhood. Some have views of the very lively harbor, and there may be some noise from parties at night. There is wireless internet in all rooms. Prices are for 1400 crowns for a regular room, with the breakfast buffet included, and 1700 crowns for the Harbour View, and up to 4400 crowns for the best suite.
The Hotel Neptun is part of the Clarion chain. It is a luxury hotel with views across the sea and, on the other side, another island. It is in a quiet, residential area, but just a five-minute walk from the Nyhavn, a touristy port area with lots of restaurants and bars. Rooms cost 900 SEKper night, or a little more than 120 euros. They are comfortable and feature antique decor. The hotel opened in 1854, making it one of the oldest in the city. It was once a meeting point for bohemians and artists, but today it's more popular with businessmen and families. No smoking on site, animals are welcome.
The Hotel Christian IV is a five-minute walk from the beautiful Rosenborg Castle Gardens. Copenhagen is a great city and it is easy to see everything on foot or bicycle, the preferred mode of transport of its inhabitants. The hotel is quite modern and has four floors and a restaurant downstairs. It stands in a luxurious neighborhood full of government buildings and embassies. There aren't a lot of dining options, but there is an Italian restaurant right next door. The rooms are 900 DKK for a single room and 1200 for a double (prices including breakfast), a pretty good price for a room in expensive Copenhagen.
This hostel opened its doors in June, but it's part of a hostel chain that already has branches in other major world cities such as London and Dublin. It's spread over six floors - there's a lift, of course, but it's pretty slow, and best avoided at rush hour. Th rooms have bathrooms, and can sleep between 2 - 4 people. The ensuite bathroom is very small, and the decor is minimal to the point that it was hard to find a table. But the location is just fantastic, a short distance from the picturesque Nyhavn. Breakfast is very good, although there isn't much to choose from. At the reception there are two free Internet terminals, and wifi is available throughout the hostel, as well as a free luggage storage service. I recommend this to anyone who wants a central location without spending a fortune ... but don't forget, Copenhagen is hardly a cheap destination!
The Scandic Front Hotel belongs to the Scandinavian chain Scandic, and is located in a very nice neighborhood not far from Nyhavn (the new port, with dozens of restaurants to choose from). The royal palace is nearby too, and the sea is just 200 meters away. This is a new hotel with 132 rooms and restaurant downstairs (breakfast is included in the price). Children can stay for free in their parents' room. For professionals there are three conference rooms, and they also provide free bicycles to discover the city, a fairly common service in Denmark. The hotel has Internet access, ask for the code at reception.
The Maritime Hotel is on Skrams Peder Street, near the old port of Nyhavn and the metro stop of Kongens Nytorv. It's a three star hotel that's perfect for exploring the city on foot. The double rooms are between 120 and 150 euros with breakfast, and the triple is 180 euros. Breakfast is a buffet with muesli, ham, and traditional Danish breads and pastries. Reception is open 24 hours. The rooms are simple, in good repair, but I think for this price you can probably find a better hotel in the center of the city. Downstairs you'll find a PC with internet that you can use and they have space to store your luggage if you're going to leave late on the last day.
The Neptune Hotel in Copenhagen is part of the Clarion hotel chain and has absolutely stunning views of the sea. It is located in a very quiet residential area, but is still five minutes' walk from the restaurants and bars of the Nyhavn district. Rooms cost around 900 krone per night, which equals a little more than 120 euros.
The hotel was founded in 1854 in the Royal area and was enlarged about 250 years ago. This is one of the oldest hotels in the city, and originally was the meeting point of bohemian artists, though it now caters more to businessmen and families. The hotel accepts pets, but has a no smoking policy throughout the building.