No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Gentofte Hotel Copenhagen
Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... for gifts. During their visit, there was a funeral procession through the "no photography" zone. Hmmmm, I should have gone. Instead, I did a quick tour of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. It was started by the son of the Carslberg breweries. It has a lot of sculptures and rooms of ancient art from the Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians. It also had an exhibition of Degas' bronzes. The highlight was his Little Dancer ...
We land in Copenhagen and we managed to sleep through the whole flight. The day outside looked pretty average with overcast outlook and looked to be a few showers in the distant. But we had probably stolen all the clear weather while in USA only seeing a handful of days with rain. We jumped off the plane and as we were leaving, the air hostess says goodbye to Leesh in Danish and then says 'goodbye' to me. Leeshs blonde hair lets her fit in here. We head to the ...
... which one told me) read in a local paper about this string art project that was just down the street from us, so Pam and I went to go check it out. It was so cool looking--all these different colored pieces of twine that you could tie on to it in any way you wanted. We snapped a couple pictures and left.
Pam and I caught the bus and were on the hunt for some magnets--I hadn't had a chance to buy any other than a small one I picked ...
... A special brew beer was brewed first by the Danes for Winston Churchill. It had a cognac flavor because that was Churchill's favorite.
We rode on trains and buses to get a flavor of the city. Our last sight seeing was the Grundvig's Church. It is very modern. It was too late to go inside but the very tall structure seemed to touch the sky. It was built between 1921 and 1940. All the apartment ...
... we were doing more sitting in the bus. That said we had a good look around the city, it has a lot going on. We sat on top, but at the back in the shade, as it was very hot! There is a great deal of building work happening over the whole city, the place is filled with cranes and trucks servicing building sites. And bikes, people everywhere on bikes, the bike paths are wide and have their own traffic lights, poor Clover would die! On the other hand the place is flat, ...