Danhostel Copenhagen Amager
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I would recommend the Danhostel to everyone, who's searching for the combination of affordable price and good location. You can catch a bus for several stations and then you can take the subway to the city center (all together takes about 40 minutes). We booked a simple double room, which was really small, but very clean and warm, and we payed about 30 Euros per night and per person. This is a very good price considering that you're in Denmark. And there are a lot of rooms to choose from - depending on how many people you are (i think the price gets lower for rooms with more than two beds). There is a big kitchen and dining room for those who are about to stay longer, but we couldn't make any use of it during our 3-days-stay. On the upper floor you can find a small cosy room with TV and you can get to know other travelers. The man working at the reception was very helpful and polite and provided us with map and some instructions about the public transportation. At the reception you can also find some discount-vouchers for different attractions (f. ex. for museum entry or a souvenir shop). The only thing I didn't liked about the place was the fact that the bathroom (one on the floor, but separated for man and women) was freezing cold - the windows were open all the time and taking a shower at minus degrees was quite an experience for me. Allover I could describe my stay at the place as satisfying and would visit it again.
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