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Our hotel here is in downtown Copenhagen near the train station. I have never stayed at a hotel that is not staffed by anyone. You swipe your credit card at the door and it opens in to a lobby where you pick up a courtesy phone and a person comes on the line. You give the attendant your name and booking info. She gives you a door code and that's it …
... north to visit The Little Mermaid. I had heard that she was, in fact, very little and quite unspectacular, though I was still excited to see the unofficial symbol of Denmark. Carl Jacobsen, a Danish brewer, fell in love with the HC Anderson fairytale, and commissioned Edvard Eriksen to make the sculpture as a gift to the city of Copenhagen in 1913. Eriksen's wife posed as the Little Mermaid for the sculpture. I was really happily surprised when I ...
... only a 'Merica thing. As I chugged my coffee, I made my way into the main part of the theater. It seemed like I was walking into more of a concert than a church. It was like Laketon Bethel on steroids. Lights flashing everywhere and a full band. It was actually quite good. We sang two really great Christian songs. A remix of Amazing Grace really got me. I've never cried during a church service, but for some reason this one really moved me. I definitely felt Jesus' love in my heart and ...
... s yearly pass and found the purveyor of that most Danish of dishes, smorsbrod. Smorsbrod is an open faced sandwich, layered with a variety of items. Anything from Steak tatar to liverworst to herring to shrimp to salmon, the variety is endless. Tina and Dorte were put in charge of ordering....big mistake! Apparently the custom is to order two selections for everyone at the table and then share. Here I am ...
... event for serious craft-beer appreciators and connoisseurs, offering tastes of special brews by innovative brewers from around the world. Great event.
Having seen only the park and grounds of Rosenborg Castle, this time I spent the money to go inside. The famous and infamous King Christian IV built it in the early 1600s as a summer castle in Dutch Renaissance style. Generations of kings later, the place is full of paintings and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Omena Hotel Copenhagen
A pleasant 3 star hotel - we stayed for 4 nights at the start of a tour of Denmark - we were allocated Room 234 - which was a huge room with a double bed (2 singles pushed together) and a very large bathroom. The room was down a small corridor of the main corridor - great as you can't here folks when you are sleeping, no noise at night as at the back of the building overlooking a courtyard. Don't let it worry you that it's in the red light district. not a problem - very central hotel - right near the train station - we didn't have breakfast at the hotel - we found the little bakery on the corner opposite the back end of the station sold very yummy danish pastries and juice.
Business Class Wannabe
Things to keep in mind before booking here:
1)It has impossibly long, narrow hallways with steep angles to traverse. Terrible for wheelchair users.
2)Check in is not until 2 p.m., but they will let you stow your luggage.
3)Breakfast is probably not included in an online quoted price. I saw very few people eating it.
4)Desk staff are very formal and unfriendly.
Good reasons to book here:
1)An internet terminal in the lobby.
2)Very clean and nice windows, tho your view is of a strip bar.
3)Lovely spotless bathtub, a rarity in the Copenhagen tourist hotel district.
In short, it's ok if you can get a bargain rate, but don't pay full price.
Very, Good and Central
A very nice hotel 5 minutes walk from central station. Friendly staff, Good spotless rooms and powerful showers. Excellent Hot and Cold Buffet Breakfast included in price (nobody ever asked to see your room number). Double bed is actually 2 singles pushed together but I've heard that this is standard in Denmark. Great city to visit. Good deal with Expedia and would certainly stay again.
Big rooms, but need upgrading!
Stayed for 2 nights in August.
We got a big room with a big double bed that we sunk right through!
Woke up in mornings with back-pain.
And the interior... ugh! Dreadful. In desperate need of upgrading. No coffe/tea maker in the room and no mini-bar. Nice bathroom.
Staff not particulary friendly, and I have seen better breakfast buffets in other hotels in the same chain.
Rates are way too high for the standard.
I would not choose this hotel again if I'd go back to Copenhagen (which is not very likely).
I stayed at this hotel for two nights in July 2004 on a leisure city break. I booked the hotel on Expedia and the flights with Easyjet. One of my reasons for choosing this hotel was it's proximity to the Central Station and therefore ease of transport to and from the airport and within the city. It could not have been better, in fact you could see the side of the station building from it. It is also only a short walk to Tivoli where I spent a beautiful evening. The Strøget shopping area is also not far away.
Comfortable & European
A perfectly located hotel - if you come out of the back of the train station the hotel's in view right on the corner of Colbjornsengade opposite the Ibis Star Hotel. Lovely 3*, nice rooms but nothing flash. Quite impressed with the bathroom with its walk in shower unit. We got a silly cheap rate on Expedia so were delighted. After all, all we did there was shower & sleep so who cares about luxury. Super breakfasts served downsatsirs very adequate. It's worth fillng your belly as Copenhagen is expensive and it'll save you buying lunch. Hotel ideal for Tivoli & Stroget and a 30 minute walk upto Nyhavn. I'd stay there again without any doubt.
Rooms are big, clean and comfortable enough. The closet was kind of strange but useful anyway. Good security as u need your electronic key to use the lift and go to rooms floor.
Clean and Spacious if Somewhat Bland
We were pleasantly surprised by several aspects of this hotel. Firstly, our room was very spacious for a three star hotel and had a large bathroom with a heated floor. The room was clean and tidy and regularly visited by cleaning staff. Reception staff were welcoming and in most cases very friendly. The hotel is fairly close to the Copenhagen red light district though this should not present a problem for guests since there is no need to venture into it to get to the train station or city centre. The buffet breakfast was ample and varied, more than enough to choose from. The hotel lacks character though this wasn't something we had anticipated. Its close proximity to both the train station and the city centre made it an excellent choice for our short stay in Copenhagen.
Average 3 star
Location is very close to station so no need to get a taxi. Although beware of pickpockets walking between station and hotel - they did try and approach us and were whistling in code but we realised what they were doing! Majority of hotels seem to be in this area. Pleasant hotel reception and friendly staff. Breakfast excellent - a choice of continental and cooked. Rooms were basic, although fairly large for a triple - we were lucky we were overlooking the street. Good security on lifts as you need your room key card to use the lift from reception to bedrooms. Although Kakadu nightclub was opposite the hotel and a strip bar a little further up the street we didn't hear any noise. The only negative - the room did smell of smoke.