Adina Apartment Hotels CopenHagen
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... but because you walk off the ship and into an enormous park, filled with trees, and hidden statues, and birds and flowers and (if you're like me) you've got to stop and see it all.
One statue was very visible out on the water, 'The Little Mermaid' but there were so many more to discover and find. Adding to the beautiful park ...
Here is a map of our cruise for the eleven days.
We arrived in Copenhagen, Denmark at 10:30am, boarded the Princess Cruise bus at noon. Somewhat chaotic. Flight was great, although I could not sleep. They even served wine and a meal! Seven hours and 4,023 miles. Ugh!
Half-hour bus ride to pier through Old Town Copenhagen. Very ornate with many ...
... now I can wear one of those helmets with the horns without irony.
The following day we visited Tivoli gardens, which along with Oakland’s Children’s Fairyland was one of the inspirations for Disneyland. Tivoli is a whole lot nicer than Children’s Fairyland. Actually, it’s a whole lot nicer than Disneyland; we spent a very pleasant day wandering around enjoying the gardens and putting the kids on rides. ...
... delicious. If you only eat out once in Copenhagen, eat at Royal Smushi, they close at about 5pm so are best visited for lunch and it will take an hour or so out of your day, but believe me, it’s worth it.
On Sundays, entry to the Ny-Carlsberg Glypotek is free, unfortunately our long leisurely lunch lollapalooza had left us with only half an hour to explore as much as we could. Our short sprint around the inside ...
... were lovely. On a couple of rides Ro said the view over the park was fantastic, particularly with all the lights on. We had, had a great day, the kids had an ice-cream to finish up our time at Tivoli and we caught the train home.
Peter was unfortunately unable to join us for dinner as Valdemar was unwell. When we arrived home, the kids went to bed and we shared the photos from our day with Peter and enjoyed tea. We were all tired after our huge day out but it had been ...
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Hôtel sympa, mais la cuisine est infecte
Je m'y suis arrêté lorsque j'étais en voyage d'affaires et aussi pour voir si cet hôtel serait bien pour y passer un long weekend avec des amis plus tard dans l'année. Les chambres sont sympa (j'avais un studio). Le seul problème c'est que l'hôtel se trouve dans un coin perdu, entouré de sites en constructions, et donc assez difficile à trouver. Mon chauffeur de taxi a mis 10 minutes à trouver l'hôtel alors que nous étions tout près.
L'odeur de vieille friture était suffocante dans le bar et la cuisine y était clairement moyenne.
Je n'y retournerai pas pour le long weekend.
Depuis quelques années, je passe à peu près deux semaines par mois à Copenhague et j'en ai marre, marre, marre des hôtels. Pour moi qui viens à Copenhague pour affaires, pouvoir prendre mon café comme je l'aime - dans la chambre, en pyjama et avec le journal- et me faire une salade et une omelette le soir, c'est le paradis !
Schön und komfortabel, aber...
Die Angestellten an der Rezeption könnten sich zu keinem Lächeln zwingen und hatten eine "kann ich nicht" Einstellung. Im Zimmer war immer noch Staub von den vorherigen Gästen und die Fenster hätten dringend eine Reinigung gebraucht. Davon abgesehen ist das Hotel ein wirklich nettes Haus mit einem guten Preis und einer 4 Sterne Lage, angenehmer Zimmergröße, hohem Schlafkomfort, Garage und einem Whirlpool und Hallenbad. Werde es auf jeden Fall noch einmal ausprobieren, da der schlachte Service und das dreckige Zimmer auch ein blöder Zufall sein könnten.
Tolles Hotel, eine Schande wegen des Essens
Hatte hier geschäftlich zu tun und wollte herausfinden, ob es sich auch für ein langes Wochenende mit Freunden eignet. Die Zimmer sind schön (hatte ein Studio), das einzige Problem war es, das Hotel zu finden, da es mitten im Nichts liegt. Alles um das Haus herum ist eine Baustelle. Es hat meinen Taxifahrer geschlagene 10 Minuten gekostet, hierher zu finden, obwohl es nur um die Ecke lag. Der Geruch von frittiertem Essen in der Bar war ziemlich schlimm und das Essen recht durchschnittlich. Werde hierher bestimmt nicht zurückkehren.
Nice and Comfortable, but ...
The check-in stuff met without any smile and no "can-do" attitude, rooms had still dust from previous guests and the windows needed to be clean. Apart from that, the hotel is a very good and nice priced 4-star location with generous room size, high bed comfort, indoor garage, Jacuzzi and pool. Will absolutely give this hotel a second try in the near future as the little lack of service and cleanness in the rooms perhaps was a pure coincidence.
I have been staying in Copenhagen for about 2 weeks every month for some years now and I am tired tired tired of hotels. For me, coming to Copenhagen for business, the ability to have my morning coffee the way I like it, in the room in my pj's and with the paper, and making myself a salad and an omlette in the evening is heaven. The location is not the best for tourists, I believe, since it is about 20 min. walk to the center, or 10 min to the train station, and there is a lot of construction going on around, with quite some noise early in the morning. The room I had on the 7th floor was very nice. Great bedroom, living room, 2 plasma TVs, wonderful kitchen, and a big plus for me - a good sized desk so I could work comfortably, with light and telephone and internet access. The hotel facilities were also very nice- lovely pool and a fair fitness room. I tried the breakfast only once and didnt try the restaurant at all, so I cant really say. The only issue i had was that my room was not as meticulously clean as I would have liked. I didnt pay more than i would have in any of the central "business" hotels but I feel I got more.
We stay here regularly and they are really not too bad. I'd agree that the staff are friendly even when you arrive worn out after your late flight in the early hours. They are relatively good value for money for Copenhagen (having stayed in 4 or 5 overpriced central hotels) and have a swimming pool and sauna too. Only downside is that the food can be a bit below par at times. There is of course a NETTO supermarket next door and good cooking facilities, so that problem can be avoided. If you are prepared to walk the 10 mins to Osterport station, there's a direct train to the Airport and City every 10 mins.
Nice place, with lots of promise
Friendly place, and about time Copenhagen got a good aparthotel. Stayed for 2 night, in one bedroom apartment. Very nice. Extremely friendly staff (partly imported from Oz).
The area will be dominated by construction for at least another year, but it's not as bad as you could expect. It's definitely an up-and-coming area of CPH and with less than 5 minutes to train station(or just 1 minute to bus stop), it's worth thinking about staying there. Netto supermarket in building, better supermarket at station. You've got a nice kithen so you might as well use it ;-)
Last bit of advice: have a good look around for best offer.... huge savings to be found.
Nice hotel, shame about the food
Stopped here on business, and to check out the hotel for a possible long weekend with friends later in the year. Rooms are nice (had a studio), only trouble is finding the place, as it is in the middle of nowhere, with most of the surrounding area a construction site. It took my taxi driver 10 minutes to find it, and we were just round the corner.
the smell of stale fried food was overpowering in the bar, with the food distinctly average.
Not going back for the long weekend.