Copenhagen is a magical city to visit. Known for its medieval city center, rows of colorful houses on the waterfront, and an excellent gastronomic scene, there are zero reasons why the city shouldn’t be at the top of your bucket list.
If you’re planning to visit Copenhagen but are unsure where to stay in the city, I’ve got good news. This detailed guide covers the six best areas to stay in Copenhagen and explores their top attractions.
This guide covers everything from the best neighborhoods for families to the best areas for culture and creativity. And obviously, there’s a recommendation for first-time visitors to Copenhagen who want to stay in the center of the action and be close to all the top sights!
Why You Should Listen To Us
Trust me because reading and writing hotel reviews are two of my many hobbies. And because I’ve traveled to Copenhagen and had to go through the ordeal of researching all the hotels and areas to stay in for myself. And now, I want to share my findings with you! Dave and Deb have also traveled to Copenhagen and offer their invaluable insights.
Where To Stay In Copenhagen
The city center of Copenhagen is compact and well-connected to the suburbs with the metro, trains, and buses. There’s hardly a bad area to stay in Copenhagen, especially if you’re fine with a 15-minute metro ride to the historic center.
That being said, some hotels are better than others, and I’ve done my due diligence to find only the best hotels in this Danish city. Our guide covers everything, from affordable hostels to Copenhagen’s best luxury hotels.
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Where We Stayed
We stayed at the 25Hours Hotel Copenhagen in Indre By and had a great time. We chose the hotel mostly for the location close to Rosenborg Castle and because we planned to spend an entire day roaming around the castle grounds.
Service was excellent, the rooms were clean, and I especially loved all the decor elements. There’s so much life in the room, and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone tired of the boring rooms where everything is white, beige, or light grey.
Indre By: Our Recommendation For First-Time Visitors
Indre By is the city centre of Copenhagen with all the best landmarks and attractions. For first-time visitors who want to be within walking distance of the best things to do in Copenhagen, there is no better area in the city.
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