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Historical Traveler Reviews Ascot Hotel Copenhagen
Insgesamt ein großartiges Erlebnis
Für zwei Studenten auf Urlaub in Kopenhagen war dieser Ort perfekt. Das Personal war sehr hilfsbereit, das Frühstück lecker und die Lage großartig! Es gab kostenloses Wireless Internet im Hotel, aber Vorsicht, nicht in allen Zimmer konnte man das Signal empfangen und man musste dann in die Lobby gehen. Das Zimmer war sauber und das Bett komfortabel. Wir hatten dort ein sehr schöne Zeit.
Overall great experience
For two college students on vacation in Copenhagen, this place was perfect. The staff was extremely helpful, the breakfast was delicious, and the location was great! Free wireless internet is available in the hotel, but be aware many rooms do not receive a signal, so you often have to go down to the lobby areas for a strong wireless signal. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable -- we had a great time overall.
The location is really good, short walk everywhere. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the reception and breakfast rooms lovely. However the room was very stuffy (no air conditioning) and the bed was uncomfortably soft. The pillows were non existent and the decoration in the room was 80's stlye. I didn't mind the decoration but there is a nightclub nearby which is very noisy all through Saturday night. The bathroom was clean though and it was an adequate size room. I would imagine that this hotel is suitable if you only want location.
Decent value for Typical European Hotel
I was scared off from this hotel by other reviews, but booked it because everything under $500USD was full. I was pleasantly suprised. We were in the Ascot Apartments part of the hotel. The room was quite large. There was a small kitchenette. There was a room with toilet and sink, then a separate room for shower plus sink. There were three of us, so we had one large room with two beds and a small room with one bed. It was clean and staff was nice.
The only drawbacks were: no airconditioning; had to carry luggage up 4 steps to reach the elevator; and from the lobby, had to go back on the street and walk about 20 meters to the entrance to the apartments. This entrance was only opend by a key card, so it was secure.
It was a good value for the money and VERY close to the train station and Tivoli. I would stay there again.
Nice breakfast but bad quality of rooms
The hotel is centrally located and easy accessed by public transport, for example from the airoport. The room however (at least the single room I have stayed in) was very small and dusty. I had to keep window open in rather cold whether, just to keep away the smell of dust. The benefits are nice breakfast and wireless internet included into the price of the room. Otherwise rather poor quality and disappointment regardless of rather friendly presonal.
After reading the other reviews I thought I had an idea of what I was coming to. Yes, and no. There's no doubt that this place is a bit of a weird mix of styles, and in need of some renovations.
On check-in I was put into a very musty, dark, smoking room, after requesting non-smoking. Not only that, but it seriously needed some attention. Mis-matched furniture, wardrobes with doors hanging off....not good.
The staff here are very nice and extremely helpful, so there was no problem in changing. The room I was moved to was much better, with a large living area, sofa, desk, and 2 single beds, kitchenette, and large bathroom. Only downside? It was near a main road, which required the purchase of earplugs from the local chemist.
I found it a pleasant change to have a small kitchen with an electric hob and crockery, that was a nice surprise.
There was no restaurant for lunch, or evening meals but the breakfast was very nice, fresh and had a wide selection of fresh breads, pastries, fruit, and other usual breakfast fare.
It is a very central hotel, right near the train station, and the Tivoli, if that's your type of thing.
If you are used to Hilton/Marriott/Novotel, this isn't the place for you.
Brilliant breakfasts,and centrally sited, but somewhat weird setup. The hotel management has taken over apartments as well as a large ex-bathhouse in central Copenhagen and has trouble managing it all. Everything freshly painted and refurbed, but poorly maintained. Rooms did not have additional pillows, blankets. Hotel instructions were absent in one room, duplicated in another. We asked for but did not get a nonsmoking room (though nonsmoking rooms are available in one wing). Our booking was not taken for all the period, so we were shifted halfway through our stay, from an 'interesting' penthouse apartment, with nice views and semi-public walkway/balconies, and no functioning lights in the living area or lift lobby, to a large double room with an interconnecting door to another suite - which was opened by a surprised other hotel guest! For a truly unique experience, you could enjoy this. For a peaceful stopover - you are taking a chance.
Decent value option
Common areas, breakfast room, breakfast and location are great. Guest rooms could stand a rehab. Also, our room was supposedly nonsmoking but was a bit musty. Currently a decent value option. If they did rehab the rooms it would be a very good hotel.
Well located hotel, but badly furnished, without air conditioned, my room had a view to inside patio, with old carpet on the floor, didn't like the bed, which had no sheet under the edredon. To get the picture: the bathroom door didn't close.
Too much money for so little quality.
Stayed there begining of August 2004.
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Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... and the classic glass tunnel that goes through a large fish tank. My favorite part was the floor to ceiling glass tank and the room was dimmed so you felt as if you were underwater watching all the fish swim by before you. It was comparable to the Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia, however there were no whale sharks unfortunately.
Later we ventured to Christiania, which is a rather large commune in the middle of Christianshavn ...
... control of the city by Denmark's ruler Valdemar the Great, with instructions to expand the settlement into a key port in the king’s realm. A fort was built on Slotsholmen, the small island upon which Christiansborg Palace now stands, and, buoyed by its fishing business and excellent trading position, the town grew tenfold in size. Havn soon became Kømandshavn (Merchant’s Port) – which was later shortened to its current Danish name, København. ...
... I purchased another traditional Danish pastry to finish my Danish part of the trip and then headed to the boarding hate. The flight was only one hour but we were offered tea and coffee. I was really hanging out for a tea so by the time the trolley came around I asked for a tea and was given an empty cup to wait for the other flight attendant who had the tea kettle. She had already gone past once but I hadn't received my cup then so I waited for her to come around a second time but no ...
... wearing helmets for that matter, they were just going about their daily lives. I saw people on bikes wearing nice dresses and heels. A very different culture and attitude, I think, and one that I like. It also probably helps that Copenhagen is the flattest city I think I've ever been to, something that I didn't even realize until the other day (thanks Emma!). I'm sure people in Brisbane would ride their bikes more if there weren't so many damn hills to ...
Suggested by guy at desk to book a Mini Bus….
Mistake No 3- 650kn = $130 to get us 20 mins away…..
You must be joking….
Suggestion to walk just around the corner to catch the Bus 26 that goes to the Terminal.
Mistake No 4- There must be around 50 Bus No 26 & only one type of Bus No 26 actually goes to the Terminal. So bus after bus either filled to the brim or not going were us & ...