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Neighbourhood: Amager
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.
How to get there
  • Islands Brygge • 6 min walk
  • Christianshavn • 8 min walk
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RockyBoy
Miami Beach, FL20 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Solo
I very much enjoyed my experience at Casino Copenhagen and couldn’t disagree more with some of the negative reviews on this site. I’ve been to many casinos world-wide and this was not depressing or disappointing in any way. This isn’t Las Vegas or another gambling destination so one needs to temper expectations and compare this casino to others like it. For a casino in this location, it more than met my needs and a far exceeded expectations (especially considering some of the negative reviews).

The check in process was very quick and efficient and the person with whom I dealt at the front desk was friendly. No passport is needed - just a picture ID. Whilst I prefer not to pay an entrance fee, the 95DKK plus tax ($13.67 USD) is not a major factor and I assume is intended to discourage those coming in and not gambling. You get a free entry for next visit (within a month) for you and a guest and a complementary 50DKK for use on that visit.

I did not use any ATM or credit card to get cash so can’t comment on the rate. I only played blackjack (100 DKK minimum) and found the dealer very friendly and very happy to explain the house rules, including the nuance of the tip that the dealers request when a player gets a blackjack.

I lost my gambling allotment but nevertheless enjoyed my visit and would recommend this casino.
Written 4 May 2024
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Federico.P
Milan, Italy2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2023 • Friends
First time I see casino that you have to pay the entry, and really expensive.
You pay even the drinks.
Almost impossible to earn in slots
And incase anytime you earn smth, they ask you for tips
Like mandatory.
You will regret so much for going there.
Written 1 August 2023
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ostiii
Berlin, Germany52 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
This is not an experiece at all. Lets start from the start: located at the Radison Hotel the casino is easy to reach and to find. The entrence fee is really high (95DKK = 15€ = 15$) and you don't get a single chip for that. The service ladies at the entrence seemed pretty bored and did not talk to me. After you enter the casino you see the tables in a very boring and uninspired environment. The tables are Black Jack, some kind of table poker and Roulette. Minimum bet for Roulette was 20DKK at this day. The other players where not really friendly and the dealers looked really bored. People where shouting and swearing. Not really fun to play here. The slots are really boring. Not the fun machines from Vegas or other casinos. Only the "book of ra" style machines. If you want to use the ATM they charge you a double service fee (40DKK and 17%) which is not OK. The drinks are pretty expensive. I would not come here again and would not recommend to go to the Copenhagen Casino. If they do not change the style, the motivation of the dealers and the service this place will be dead with in the next 3 years. And it would not be a big loss for gamers and the city.
Written 16 August 2022
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Mikko R
Finland281 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Friends
I would like to express my huge disappointment of my recent visit to your casino today, on Friday 7th of August around 9:30 pm.

Whilst I was playing a slot with a friend of mine we realised that the machine was really loud so we instantly put the volume bit down. Suddenly a stranger came behind us and pressed the volume button to silent mode.

As you might understand, people are superstitious whilst playing the games. My usual habit is playing games with sounds on as I strongly believe they enhance my luck.

Anyway, the stranger came and pressed the button to silence the machine and started immediately shouting to us that the machine is too loud. I said to him in a polite manner that if he had asked us to reduce the volume we would have done that. Instead Of that he started threatening us and using f-word and we immediately seeked help from staff.

Apparently the man involved in this incident was told to be a regular customer by your staff and we were REQUESTED to choose another slot machine. Also this particular man was quite far from us at the smoking cabin and not even close to the machine we were playing.

I hope you understand we lost all interest in playing as we believed the chosen slot was a good one.

I would like to raise it to your attention as well that the trip to this Scandinavias biggest casino had been a dream of mine. I haven’t had an holiday for nearly 12 years and I was really looking forward to spend a exciting evening at it. Obviously we had withdrawn quite an amount of cash to spend during the night. Unfortunately in this case this visit was a really upsetting experience.

I hope you treat this complaint seriously and start necessary training for your staff for future incidents like this and I hope you’ll invite us back during our trip which will end on Monday.

I also hope that we already had spent a fabulous day at Copenhagen and this was was supposed to be the highlight of the evening.
Written 8 August 2020
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Jean-Pierre Popieul
4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Solo
This casino checks every item on the worst casinos checklist :
- Significant entrance fee (95DKK)
- impossible to buy chips with credit cards
- Fee for using the ATMS (30DKK)
- Outrageous exchange rate on the ATMS (1 EUR = 6DKK)
- Unexperienced dealers
- Rude players
Written 6 July 2020
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georgetam9088
Hong Kong, China47 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019 • Couples
My wife 'n I visited Copenhagen in Nov.2019 to stay in the Casino Cop. Hotel. Conveniently located (near a heavenly park 'n river) this hotel ensures our pleasant visits to Trivoli Park, New Haven, Walking Streets 'n Palaces. During our 8-day tour there (after a 2-week Nordic cruise holiday) the weather was fine, only with some drizzling afternoons. We could visit the only casino in the city -- within our hotel! Though small 'n quiet this casino impressed us with some winnings. The Trivoli Park is a mere 5-min drive from our hotel. Plz ensure your exploration there -- a world-renowned theme park surely for the enjoyment of all ages.
Written 14 April 2020
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cornelia328
Protaras, Cyprus30 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Couples
Never have I been to a casino where they not request but the croupiers demands that you give a portion of your winnings. The word flabbergasted can only describe the disgusting behavior of the staff there. Entrance is very high. Go to Malmö instead where they are civilized and do not ask for money.
Written 27 January 2020
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Shahed Y
Copenhagen, Denmark26 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
Casino Copenhagen has been around since New Year's Eve 1990 when it opened the doors of the first casino in Denmark to games on blackjack and roulette. The casino itself was designed by architects Knud Holscher and Rudolph Gschnitzer who have mainly used wood and gold in the interior of the exclusive Casino. More than 160 employees take care of guests' well-being when playing casino games or poker.
Written 24 January 2020
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Brian B
Tel Aviv, Israel129 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
the charge for entrance -too high. offers all types of gambling and wonders of wonders..has a smokers cabin in the middle of the "floor"
Written 22 January 2020
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Joseph K
Saint Paul, MN67 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Small casino inside the Radisson Blu hotel, a short walk from the Metro. As others have commented, the admission fee and mandatory coat check fee are absurd (particularly when they seem to get so little business). Even more absurd are the bar charges (well above airport prices)!

I went anyway because I was able to register for an play in some poker tournaments that includes admission and coat check. All things considered, these tournaments were reasonably priced (10% fee, 5% of prize pool to promotions, small online registration charge). But things were far short of professional.

I followed the instructions which said you had to check in at 6:30 for a 7pm tournament. Maybe that's a way to spot a first-timer, but I think I was the only one who checked in that early. The tournament area was closed (and would stay closed until just after 7), but that gave me a chance to look around (that took about 3 minutes -- small number of slots and table games) and grab a class of water (they had coffee and water out for the taking).

This first tournament didn't start until about 20 minutes late (the next day was earlier), as they don't even let people upstairs until 7 and then wait until there are 3 people at each table.

The actual administration of the tournament went pretty well. The dealers ranged from a bit overly novice (well-intentioned, but not recognizing which hand won a couple of times) to quite expert. And the players were friendly. Most conversation was in Danish, though the dealer (and if missed, another player) would always translate bet amounts to English for me.

During the break I went downstairs and noticed that the free water and coffee were gone (now they are charging).

When I finally busted out, I went down to look at the cash games -- they had only one table open (even though they had enough people on the list for 3-4 tables). They must be trying to save dealers, or something. So I never played the cash game.

Overall, while I enjoyed the poker tournament, I would probably not come back for any other purpose. I wasn't surprised that the place is fairly empty on a Friday night -- they really make it unappealing to come here.
Written 21 September 2019
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