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Hotels in Copenhagen

293

Hotels Prices From

₹2,985

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Travel high season

Jun - Aug

Travel low season

Mar - May

High season avg price

₹16,855

Low season avg price

₹13,912
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
₹18,073
₹13,514₹29,183
Avg. temperature
1ºC
COLDEST
-6ºC28ºC
Avg. precipitation
52mm
29 mm88 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
₹17,659
LOWEST
₹13,514₹29,183
Avg. temperature
7ºC
-6ºC28ºC
Avg. precipitation
35mm
DRIEST
29 mm88 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
₹21,307
HIGHEST
₹13,514₹29,183
Avg. temperature
17ºC
WARMEST
-6ºC28ºC
Avg. precipitation
74mm
WETTEST
29 mm88 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
₹17,659
₹13,514₹29,183
Avg. temperature
10ºC
-6ºC28ºC
Avg. precipitation
63mm
29 mm88 mm
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Hotels in popular neighbourhoods

  • Indre By (Inner City)
    This is the heart of old town Copenhagen, with its blend of charming old buildings and bold new architecture, broad avenues and tiny streets as well as picturesque canals and a modern harbor. The inner city is home to the Royal Danish Theatre, which consists of three buildings, two of which are new and situated on the harbor front. The streets, squares and venues of the inner city and its surrounding neighborhoods, are alive all year round with everything from jazz festivals to outdoor ice skating rinks and parachuting at the lakes right in the center of the city. This compact area boasts beautiful old castles, tranquil parks, and bustling squares where you can always find a bench to stretch out your legs whenever you need a break.
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  • 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.
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  • Østerbros
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  • Christianshavn
    Just across one of the many bridges from Indre By, you’ll find Christianshavn. An eclectic area with old brick lanes, houses dating back to the 16th century, and canals which are home to many boats and ships, some of which has been turned into restaurants or even serve as fully furnished homes. The best known attraction in Chistianshavn is Christiania, a “free town” of residents who squat on a former military area. However just a stone’s throw away from Christiania, you’ll find some of the most fashionable waterfront apartment buildings in Copenhagen as well as the splendid Royal Opera House.
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  • Inner Noerrebro
    Located just north of The Lakes, this neighbourhood is a melting pot of small quirky clothing stores, dozens of pizzerias and eateries of all types, a street almost entirely devoted to antiques, several microbreweries and even a couple of Michelin starred restaurants. Here you’ll also find Assistens Cemetery which is an ecclectic mix of tombstones as well as a recreational park and where you will find the tombstones of famous Danes, such as writer Hans Christian Anderson and physicist Niels Bohr. Inner Noerrebro is also home to one af the most popular theatres in Copenhagen, called Noerrebro Theatre. It shows both popular musicals and plays, as well as productions of a more experimental nature.
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Hotels near the sights

  • Nyhavn
    Copenhagen's Nyhaven, or "New Harbor," is actually steeped in a long heritage. Colorful buildings line the canal and hint at a history of small-vessel traffic. Like many ports, this strip has a salty history, rich with sailors, drinking and literary exploits. Danish author Hans Christian Andersen made his home in Nyhavn as well. It's cleaned up now and is a lovely place for a stroll.
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  • Tivoli Gardens
    More than two dozen rides await you at this world-class amusement park that inspired Walt Disney. Tivoli Gardens, in the very center of Copenhagen, is well-known for its old-world charm, lush gardens, and rides for all ages. You’ll get to watch live concerts and light shows, as well as see the fireworks that take place every week. When hungry, choose between the wide selection of restaurants and food stands, or have a picnic at the gardens. Tivoli Gardens is open during the summer months, as well as for Halloween and Christmas. Visit during the holiday season to catch the park’s lively Christmas market. – Tripadvisor
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  • Rosenborg Castle
    The beautiful 400-year-old castle is situated in central Copenhagen's popular park, The King's Garden. The castle was built by one of the most famous Scandinavian kings, Christian IV. Today, the glory of the past can be experienced through the numerous art treasures of the previous kings and queens. Among the main attractions is the Great Hall with the coronation thrones and three life-size silver lions standing guard. The crown jewels and royal regalia sparkle behind the thick walls of the treasury beneath the castle.
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  • Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
    NY CARLSBERG GLYPTOTEK - EXPLORE 6000 YEARS OF ART This beautiful museum, founded in 1888, invites you to discover Northern Europe's largest collection of Ancient Mediterranean art and visit the leading collection of French Impressionist paintings in Denmark. The wonderful buildings are filled with atmosphere and every corner offers a new experience. The heart of the museum is the classic 1906 sub-tropical winter garden with tall palm trees, a fountain and a fish pool. The museum was founded by the renowned brewing magnate Carl Jacobsen, who made Carlsberg beer known world wide. Address:Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek,Dantes Plads 7,1556 Copenhagen V
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  • Our Saviour's Church
    Opening hours of the tower: Every day, 09:00 - 20:00 from February 1st until December 31st. Opening hours of the church: Every day, 11:00 - 15:30. Please note that the church is closed for sightseeing during services and other activities taking place in the church.
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  • The National Museum of Denmark
    The entire history of Denmark comes to life at the National Museum of Denmark. See the testimonies of the greatest triumphs and tragedies in history, both within Denmark and the rest of the World. The National Museum of Denmark showcases and documents the World's intangible cultural heritage; The Vikings who conquered the seas and went on expeditions to remote corners of the globe. Danish explorers with a sense of adventure and burning curiosity about the unknown. The history of Denmark and some of the costliest treasures await you right in the heart of Copenhagen.
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  • Christiansborg Slot
    Christiansborg Palace is situated on the little island of Slotsholmen (Castle Island) which is surrounded by canals in the heart of Denmark's capital, Copenhagen. Denmark has one of the oldest monarchies in the world, and the palace has a long, dramatic history which revolves around the exercise of royal power. Today, Denmark is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of governance. Under its beautiful copper roof, the palace houses the Danish parliament, the office of the Danish prime minister and the Supreme Court. It is therefore the center for legislative, executive and judicial power in Denmark. The palace also accommodates rooms for the Danish Monarchy. Focusing on the royal part of the palace, Christiansborg Palace is H.M. the Queen's working palace. This is where the Queen holds audiences, signs laws, holds banquets and receptions, celebrates royal anniversaries and receives state visits. It is a working palace where old traditions and the modern Royal Family meet. You will see dazzling halls, adorned with colorful tapestries, vast paintings, patterned floors, glittering chandeliers, and sumptuous stucco ceilings. You can explore The Royal Kitchen and see its two tons of shiny copper kitchenware. You can visit the beautiful palace chapel, stand underneath its dome and let your head spin as you gaze up at the angels in the ceiling décor more than 30 metres above you. In The Royal Stables you'll find the the white royal horses in the wintertime, and in the summertime the exhibition "All the kings' horses" - all year around you can see the Royal Family's array of carriages. One of them is coated with 24-carat gold leaf. You can also explore the underground ruins underneath Christiansborg Palace. These are ruins of earlier castles and palaces showing that the Castle Island is steeped in 800 years of power and political intrigue.
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  • Torvehallerne
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  • Rundetårn
    The Round Tower Lookout Tower – Observatory – Exhibitions – Concerts.One of the best-known and most popular structures in Denmark, the Round Tower has been a distinctive feature of the Copenhagen skyline since 1642. The Tower once soared far above the rest of the rooftops in the city, and University astronomers studied the stars and planets from the Observatory at the top. The scholars may have forsaken the building a long time ago, but during the winter visitors are still able to gaze at the cosmos from Europe's oldest functioning observatory. The platform that runs around the outside of the Observatory affords views over the old Latin Quarter – from here, you can spot most of the city's famous buildings. The Round Tower does not have an elevator, so visitors have to climb the winding, white-washed Spiral Walk, where kids often hide in the niches, only to jump out shouting “boo!” as adults approach. Halfway up the tower is the entrance to the large and stunningly beautiful Library Hall, which now serves as a popular gallery and concert venue. It hosts several exhibitions a year, and stages concerts almost every week. Above the Library is the Bell Loft, notable for its enormous wooden beams, which were used in the reconstruction of the Tower following the great fire of Copenhagen in 1728. The Loft is also home to a small exhibition of fascinating artefacts from the Tower's history, including Christian IV's wax seal, a tin of medicine produced by Tycho Brahe, and a piece of the bomb that exploded in the Library Hall during the bombardment of Copenhagen in 1807.The Round Tower was built by Christian IV between 1637 and 1642. It was the first part of the Trinitatis Complex, which combined church, library and observatory in a single building.
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  • Botanical Garden
    The Botanical Garden is a part of the Natural History Museum of Denmark. The Botanical Garden holds the largest collections of living plants in Denmark. If you are interested in botany and gardening or are just looking for an idyllic escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, the garden is a great place to relax and find inspiration. Year round it is home to a variety of exhibitions and activities, for example the Palm House, the Butterfly House and guided tours. The Botanical Garden are open Tuesday through Sunday from 8:30 AM to 4 PM in the winter, and every day from 8:30 AM to 6 PM from May through September. Visiting the Botanical Garden is free, except for the Palm House where there is an entrance fee.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Copenhagen hotels

Hotel d'Angleterre, 71 Nyhavn Hotel, and The Huxley Copenhagen are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Nyhavn. See the full list: Hotels near Nyhavn.

Popular hotels close to Tivoli Gardens include Nimb Hotel, Absalon Hotel, and Villa Copenhagen. See the full list: Hotels near Tivoli Gardens.

Popular luxury hotels in Copenhagen include Nimb Hotel, Hotel d'Angleterre, and Villa Copenhagen. See the full list: Copenhagen Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Copenhagen Airport include Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport, Zleep Hotel Copenhagen Airport, and Best Western Plus Airport Hotel Copenhagen. See the full list: Hotels near Copenhagen Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near The Little Mermaid are Adina Apartment Hotel Copenhagen, Babette Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels, and Hotel Østerport. See the full list: Hotels near The Little Mermaid.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Copenhagen are Nimb Hotel, 71 Nyhavn Hotel, and NH Collection Copenhagen. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Copenhagen.

Popular cheap hotels in Copenhagen include Andersen Boutique Hotel, The Huxley Copenhagen, and Ibsens Hotel. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Copenhagen.

Nimb Hotel, Hotel d'Angleterre, and Hotel Kong Arthur have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Copenhagen. See the full list: Spa Resorts in Copenhagen.

Popular Copenhagen neighbourhoods with hotels include Indre By (Inner City), Vesterbro - Kongens Enghave, and Inner Vesterbro.

Nimb Hotel, Rye115 Hotel, and Hotel d'Angleterre all received great reviews from families travelling in Copenhagen. See the full list: Family Hotels in Copenhagen.

Nimb Hotel, Hotel d'Angleterre, and Hotel Kong Arthur received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Copenhagen. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in Copenhagen.