Carlton Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels

Address: Vesterbrogade 66, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1620, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Gl. Kongevejs area of Copenhagen, is near Frederiksberg Have, IMAX Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Copenhagen City Museum (Kobenhavns Bymuseet), and Frederiksberg Alle.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Carlton Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels Copenhagen

    Nice B&B

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    This is a nice place to stay but I would have said it was more a B&B then hotel. It is clean & the staff were very helpful. Grateful of the relatively quiet location.

    Was disappointed though that after a long trip over from London I could not make myself a coffee or tea on arrival.

    Watch out for cleaners using the lift, you then have to rely on the steep spiral stairs, which is ok until you have luggage with you!

    Getaway in Copenhagen

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    Short lastminute break in Copenhagen and booked the Guldsmeden on the recommendation of Tripadvisor reviews.

    Highly recommended hotel which was nice and warm when it was bloody freezing outside! Breakfast was great and just perfect to prepare you for a day out in one of the nicest cities in Europe. Shower room was lovely too.

    Only issue was we missed it first time and walked past (most likely 'cos of the snow!)

    (When in Copenhagen we brought the tourist card at the airport which was good value and make sure you take a trip out to Roskilde on the train, well worth it for the Ship Museum and the Cathedral)

    Wonderful Boutique Hotel with a B&B Attitude

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    The location is a mere 5 minute walk from the Tivoli and therefore pretty much in the heart of Copenhagen. The Guldsmeden is very welcoming with the kind of personal touch usually reserved to B&Bs. My room was in the Annex, which was a 4-poster bed in clean, spartan conditions. My only concern would be that the Annex rooms are not air-conditioned, and the Annex tends to build up heat in a way that the main building's older construction does not, so the Annex rooms on warmer days would clearly be uncomfortable. As it was, I was there on a cool June day, and was completely comfortable with the window open. The breakfast room is a wonderful oasis where the hotel staff is quick to please. This is a very, very good choice for a stay in Copenhagen.

    A great choice

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    Following the advice of everyone on this site I stayed 3 nights at the hotel. It is conveniently located - about a 10 min walk from the central station and Tivoli Gardens.

    The entrance is nothing special infact you can easily miss it as its in an alleyway.

    However the rooms are lovely and bright and quite spacious. There is a mini bar and some rooms have balconies. The annex rooms I would think are the quietest.

    Breakfast has a cosy bed and breakfast feel about it with lots of choice and very friendly service.

    It felt a very personal hotel not like the impersonal service you often get from big chains.

    I had a really lovely time and would recommend it to anyone.

    A Special Find

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    This hotel is a real find. My wife and I stayed there for three nights. It is a combination of the nice decor and well-laid out rooms (we stayed in the annex and did not see the main building rooms), the staff and a general feeling of comfort. Things I liked were the way the staff responded to emails, the helping attitude and warmth of the staff, the good breakfast, use of a laptop to check email/surf net, cleanliness, location to stores, reception area with tea, coffee at night and a lot of TV channels if you want them. I liked the down pillows and the fill comforter. The bathroom floor was heated. I do not think the hotel is air-conditioned. There are bikes for your use. This hotel is a real find as a boutique hotel. The only thing I could think of as a negative is if you stayed on the front side of the hotel which is on the main street it possibly could be noisy like so many city hotels. There are many restaurants and food stores near by.

    The people at this hotel are special and the hotel has a great feel with the mix of old building and new addition. This hotel is special.

    Lovely in every way

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    Just returned from 3 nt stay at this charming hotel thats everything it claims to be: tasteful, welcoming and really friendly.

    The staff were probably the best I have ever encountered in any hotel all over the world. The decor is attractive, interesting and very well maintained, immaculate!

    The food was great and they provided coffee etc and homemade cakes whenever we arrived in the lounge area......all free of charge.

    I happily would have paid more for the stay, its a bargain!

    Jen Woodrow

    Kent

    Brilliant!!

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    Stayed here last weekend and absolutely loved the place!

    The decor is fresh, modern and interesting (four poster in our room). Ask for a room in the new annexe out the back of the hotel off the main road - the rooms are really quiet and private.

    Hotel is located nearish to the station but is unfortunately a 20 - 30 min walk (or short bus ride) to the area north of the city that is bursting with cafes & restaurants. In saying that, if I return to Copenhagen I will definitely stay here again.

    The breakfast is to die for - fresh, organic, interesting buffet. Staff are also v helpful and friendly.

    Boutique style - a real gem

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    If you want a big plush entrance and a man in a monkey suit opening the front door for you - this isn't for you. However, if a little bit of individuality and personal service is more your style, then this is definitely the hotel for you at a very reasonable price. The location is good - a short walk from the station. The rooms are beautiful - contemporary, fresh - you can see the thought that went into them. It's so obviously not a soul-less 'chain'. The cafe / breakfast room is charming - and the organic breakfast is truly as good as it sounds. Top if all off with charming relaxed staff.

    There is a large annex to the back of the hotel if being on the street bothers you. I couldn't recommend this enough. It's very intune with the whole Copenhagen atmosphere, lifestyle and people.

    Good value in Copenhagen

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    A last-minute option but turned out to be an excellent one. The rooms at the front might be noisy but I had a very pleasant one at the back. It was quiet, clean and well-equipped, if a little short of storage. The staff were very friendly and there was a first-rate breakfast buffet. It is slightly further from the station than some of the others in this class, going along Vesterbrogade but this gets it out of the slightly seedy ambience that some contributors have complained about in reviewing those hotels. Can't do much about the general lack of street-cleaning in Copenhagen though - it's a long time since I have been in such an unkempt capital city.

    Wonderful small hotel

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    This small hotel within walking distance to the central train station is great! Super friendly and accomodating staff, comfortable modern rooms - some with balconies. The breakfast buffet is extrememly good. Casual dining nearby. Very busy hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Carlton Guldsmeden - Guldsmeden Hotels Copenhagen

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Copenhagen

    Intro

    A travel blog entry by ooffutt on Jun 19, 2015

    ... The cycling rules are meant for actual bicycle traffic, not bicycles riding in car traffic like I'm so used to. And there were SO many other cyclists all around me! I felt like such a nuisance to other riders as I was getting used to Copenhagen Lefts, new hand signals, and cycling etiquette.

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    Riding around Copenhagen

    A travel blog entry by aus_ambo_abroad on Jun 10, 2015

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    ... I kept riding up towards the classic Copenhagen area of Nyhaven through Christiansborg palace. I didn't go in the palace, but someone important in a lovely black Audi with a motorcade arrived as I was riding through. They were followed by a lot of press, so I hung about hoping to catch a glimpse of Princess Mary but no luck. I noticed a lovely little garden between the palace and a big old building that was the royal Library so sat and had a cup of coffee at a ...

    Tivoli and the Abandoned Duckling…

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 18, 2015

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    ... d wandered around Tivoli we went to my sister’s Danish school to sneak a rooftop view of the city before finally going shopping. I had had high hopes that the clothes shopping was going to be outstanding but was disappointed to find that most of the clothing was designed to either fit massively tall women or those with the proportions of a small child. Or they were horrendous patterns or colours such as neon yellow. I ask you, what is the world coming to? We ended up lost in ...

    Copenhagen and the tour begins

    A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on Apr 26, 2015

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... gravy. Very tasty and filling. Sweets was a pudding, rice custard type with cherry sauce - ok, not really our taste. Good job the wine was lol. Company was good, tonight we sat with Pat and Keith from Wagga Wagga. Ex farmers, now on a much smaller hobby farm and extensive travellers. Everyone else caught the bus back to the hotel, Wayne and I walked - Fitbit was a bit lazy today and tomorrow we have a lot of time on the bus so thought it was the right thing to do.

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    Trying to find Hygge

    A travel blog entry by rachaelb12 on Mar 28, 2015

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    ... to do really helped.

    Through Copenhagen I have learned a couple important lessons that I hopefully will remember to apply to the rest of my travels.

    Lesson 1: Hygge should be a universal goal
    Pronounced 'hooga' it is the danish word that essentially refers to a state of perfect bliss or happiness, when you are not rushed and in enjoyable contentment. It is a feeling essentially and is often a reason used to explain why the danish people are so happy. ...

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    02. Stephen at Hotel Guldsmeden
    Copenhagen, Denmark