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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Copenhagen, Danhostel CopenHagen Amager is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Danhostel CopenHagen Amager makes it easy to enjoy the best of Copenhagen.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Danhostel CopenHagen Amager include a safe and a kitchenette. For travellers arriving by car, there is free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Christiania (3.7 km) and Nyhavn (4.3 km), guests of Danhostel CopenHagen Amager can easily experience some of Copenhagen's most well known attractions.
Traveller's looking to enjoy some crab can head to Noma, Höst, or The Olive Kitchen & Bar. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Italian restaurant such as Nebbiolo Winebar, Pizzeria Mamemi & Wine Bar, or Era Ora.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Islands Brygge (1.9 km), Field's Shopping Center, Copenhagen (1.4 km), and Royal Arena (1.9 km), which are some popular Copenhagen attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hostel.
In the eastern part of this neighbourhood, visitors will discover Amager Strandpark, a beach area which has become increasingly popular. It’s only a 30 minute bicycle ride or a 10 minute Metro trip away from the city center. Only a few hundred yards inland, some of the most creative musicians, artists, and writers in Copenhagen are occupying some of the old storage houses and production facilities. The western part is one of Copenhagen's most rapidly evolving areas, here you’ll find international architecture of the highest rank, the state of the art TV-Byen (the Danish pendant to BBC), a golf course as well as Copenhagen's best (and tiniest) ice bar.
As hostels go, this is up with the best. Cannot complain, very clean with good facilities. It is a little out of the city centre however we enjoyed our walk in the morning which took around an hour to get into the centre of Copenhagen. The hostel caters for all groups and has single, double and family rooms. First class and cannot complain about any part of our stay.Congrats to Danhostel.
We spent our last night in Europe here before jetting off to America. This hotel/hostel is about 8 miles from the International airport. Do not take a cab here as it will cost you nearly $30! You can get here to and from the airport easily on public transport for a fraction of the cost of a cab ride. Just take the train from the airport and get off at the 2nd stop (Orestad)-take the lift or escalator to the metro and just go one stop to Bella Centre and get off. It's a short walk right under the huge Bella Sky hotel complex. Do the same thing in the opposite direction to get to the airport. You will save a lot of money on the rip-off cabs. This hostel is okay for one night but it is rather strange. You pick up your bed clothes and have to make and strip your own beds. The room was tiny and cell like and the bathroom seemed bigger than our room. Windows have no screens and there is no AC so expect mosquitoes in summer. No place to hang things or put luggage except in the bathroom. The only good thing was the breakfast which is worth paying extra for. Huge selection of all things breakfast. I do recommend this place for short stays and for the value conscience traveler. I would stay here again but only in winter when it is cold and the mosquitoes are all dead. There is a self-service laundry on site which is popular with the Americans.
This was our final destination hotel in our cycling trip from Berlin to Copenhagen. It was a new modern hostel with clean comfortable rooms. I was initially booked in a room with four of my companions but opted for a single room which was available. The location was outside of the city but about a 300 meter walk to the metro. The breakfast was excellent. I do not typically stay in hostels but did so since the reservation was made for me by our cycling group. If you like hostels I believe you would be happy with this one.
I'll start with the positives. The location is good. a 10 minute walk to the nearest Metro which in turn is about 10 minutes from central Copenhagen. The rooms are basic, but its cheap and as were we only looking for somewhere to put our head down this was more than good enough for our needs.
We arrived on the Friday - took a shower when we arrived (private bathroom/wetroom) and the drain was blocked (water was actually on the edge of escaping under the bathroom door into the carpeted main room) We went to explain this to the staff and ask that some drain unblocker be used so we wouldnt have to wade in dirty water. Staff seemed confused and couldnt do this right away but said it would be completed Saturday morning.
So the drain wasn't completed until Monday, but unfortunately on the same day money, which was located inside a folder that was inside a bag went missing. Around 1600DKK (about £200 pounds) and 50 Euro was stolen. When the members of staff were asked about this the response was "it might have been students" and to suggest that perhaps windows and/or doors might have been left open! The police were contacted (though crimes of this nature require you to lodge your complaint online only - but was necessary for insurance purposes) and as expected there has been no satisfactory outcome.
Im not shocked to see that - only a few months ago someone has left a review with a similar experience to ours. All i will say is, if you choose to stay here, take extra care to ensure your valuables are safe and away from opportunist people.
Staff is friendly, the room was very clean. The hostel's location is good - about 10 mins walk from Bella Centre metrostation. Beds are very comfortable. Wi-fi signal is very good. It was quite cold in the room and you definitely want to get warm after you've been sightseeing all day long in the windy and rainy wheather at the end of September.