Hotel Christian IV
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Christian IV Copenhagen
It is centrally located midway within walking distance to the Little Mermaid on one side and the Tivoli Gardens on the other. Good continental breakfast choices and free wifi. Free hot and cold drinks, pastries and biscuits 24/7.
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Huanyoushijie stayed here on Sep 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Copenhagen & Malmo Day 1.
... local Jensens Bofhus where we had a beef bourguignon which wasn't bad and some wine which was pretty awful. Not too expensive.
Packed the cases which was fairly tricky as we had acquired two new pairs of boots and had to produce them on departure at the airport to get the tax refund so had to figure out the best way to pack to make them easily ...
... was started in 1749 using Norwegian marble. However this became prohibitively expensive so work was halted until someone had the bright idea of using their own ‘Danish’ marble so work was finally completed and the church was consecrated in 1894!
Back on board the Arcadia we were treated to the Tivoli marching band who stood in a line on the quay side and played a few festive ditties on their flutes and banged out a rhythm of the accompanying drums. ...
... limit. Dismounting the bike proved to be quite a challenge, and I fell a good 3 times resulting in what I thought was a broken foot (have to get good use of my travel insurance somehow!) Overall, I had a bittersweet trip to Copenhagen- catching up with them for a week was incredible but not knowing the next time I would get to see them again ended in a sad goodbye.
... We pass farmland, forests of beech and plantations of pine. We see sawmills but not a lot of industry. It appears the rail link to the coast and ultimately Copenhagen had much to do with the siting and growth of these towns and it still does. The amount of rail traffic on this line is incredible. Granted it is a mainline and it is Friday but every few minutes we speed past a train so I assume there are equal number following us as we slip along. Quiet and comfortable ...