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This self contained accommodation is fantastic. Not the convenience of the CBD but very spacious and clean. It only takes us 10 minutes to the train station and then three stops to the city. There is a convenience store just 50 meters away. We have...More
We really enjoyed our time at Stay Seaport. The apartment was new and spacious. We had also use a nice view of the port. The fitness room was clean and had plenty of equipment. The bus stop and the train station were both an easy...More
The hotel is a little off the beaten track in an old dock area of the city that is being heavily redeveloped. The accommodation is very clean typical Scandinavian minimalist. Very new and faultless in quality. Supermarket just over the road and a couple of...More
A bit out of the way in an area still being developed in the harbour area, but great space in some of the apartments. If your looking for an appartment versus a hotel room to stay and don’t mind being just a bit outside of...More
Originally i reserved a one King bedroom, n they upgraded to a two bedroom apartment, therefore, it becomes super spacious to 2 of us. We Love there, everything looks so neat n advance, only complaint is the smart tv language is danish. Other than that,...More
Fælledparken continues into Outer Oesterbro, where Parken (Denmark's national soccer stadium) is located. In the middle of Outer Oesterbro you’ll find Østre Gasværk, which is a popular theatre located in an old (brick-wall) gas cylinder. Travel to the easternmost part of Outer Oesterbro to reach Nordhavn, a harbour area where most of the development is over water, showcasing Copenhagen's constant development. Nordhavn
is home to the UN City and to pricey penthouse apartments which, on a clear day, can see all the way to Sweden.