Hotel Osterport

Address: Oslo Plads 5, Copenhagen, Zealand, 2100, Denmark | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Indre By area of Copenhagen, is near Citadel (Kastellet), Østerport Station, Ostre Anlaeg Park, and Esrange Space Center.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Osterport Copenhagen

    Reviewed by geoffbro

    More Backpackers than a Hotel

    Reviewed Aug 28, 2014
    by (12 reviews) South Gippsland in Victoria , Australia Flag of Australia

    I read reviews before it was booked but not 1 person mentioned that there was NO REFRIGERATOR or ROOM SAFE. There was no Electric Jug, No Coffee or Tea supplied, No Soap (A soap Dispenser with liquid soap at the hand basin and in the Shower was supplied), No Shampoo - There was absolutely Nothing! All the normal things you expect were not here!
    The Internet is relayed through Range extenders and because we were situated at the end of this Hotel the Internet kept cutting in and out.
    There were 2 x Single Beds in our room, (I am not sure if all rooms are the same), but, even though they were layed out side by side as a double they kept parting during the night, so obviously Romance was out the window!, and without air-conditioning it was too warm in the room to both sleep in 1 x single bed. I must say that the Beds were extremely comfortable however with mattress toppers on the mattresses..

    The situation is Awesome, Opposite the Osterport Railway Station (although we decided it was much more pleasant to walk the 2.4 kilometers to the Copenhagen CBD), The Supermarket is situated across the road right next to the Railway Station.The Room was Old looking, but spacious, and although facing the railway line we were not bothered by this. Staff were helpful, Room was clean although walking down the long long long long long passage the carpets did look quite ordinary. It is also situated very close to the little Mermaid and the Palace.

    Now the Question is, Would we stay here again? The answer would most likely be YES, Only because the Location was so good, and we are now over the initial shock of the negative things here.

    I hope this review is helpful and once again I am sorry to give it such a poor rating, but for me this was an honest review from myself and my wife's behalf, Others obviously have different views and needs and will find it quite adequate for their needs.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Osterport Copenhagen

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