Copenhagen Marriott Hotel

Address: Kalvebod Brygge 5, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1560, Denmark | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Tivolis area of Copenhagen, is near New Carlsberg Glyptotek (Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek), Bryghus, Z's Bornetoj, and Galleri Nicolai Wallner.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsCopenhagen Marriott Hotel

      Reviewed by friendlycanuck

      Executive Suite facing the Tivoli

      Reviewed Jul 27, 2013
      by (1 review) , Canada Flag of Canada

      Nice hotel, friendly staff but very pricey :) Right by the canal, where you can hop on the canal tour boats to get to where you want to go at a reasonable price!

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

      Reviewed by shrutimkrishnan

      Good place to stay

      Reviewed Mar 31, 2013
      by (1 review) Kolkata (Calcutta) , India Flag of India

      Good service, great people and amazing views if you get the canal view rooms.. well worth the expense.

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

      Reviewed by pjf000

      On the Waterfront

      Reviewed May 23, 2012
      by (58 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

      Pleasant location on the waterfront. Easy walking to most attractions.

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

      Historical Traveler Reviews Copenhagen Marriott Hotel

      Excellent Stay


      Had 2 nights at this hotel during April and it was lovely.

      Hotel, room, service, staff, location - all excellent and the breakfast was a banquet.

      It really was Wondeful Wonderful Copenhagen in every aspect of the word.

      Great Hotel


      We first booked with the Mermaid Hotel but changed our minds after reading reviews on your site! We had already had a similar unpleasant experience in Amsterdam with an unknown hotel and decided to change our booking & go for a well known hotel! This was an enlightened choice as the Marriott in Copenhagen is a 1st class hotel with excellent rooms; excellent service and an excellent restaurant. The inclusive breakfast was outstanding with the choice of food - hot or cold - exceptional!!

      We had a slight problem with our hot water supply one morning - one phone call & this was remedied within 10 minutes. I would have no hesitation in recommending the extra cost to stay at the Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen.

      Great Hotel - Not just a guest factory


      THe CPH Marriott has fantastic views across the harbour to Chriatianhavn - be sure to get a waterside room on the 5th floor or above. You could sit all day looking at the view. The service was excellent - room service arrived within 15 minutes and the food was hot - when I asked for an extra duvet and dressing gown, they arrived within 10 minutes. The concierege arranged for a city tour, restauraant reservations, thye delivery of flowers - all dealt with compently. THe room are airy and bright with a wall of glass overlooking the water.

      Bathrooms are large, and in our suite, we had an excellent "wet room" type shower. All in all the best Marriott we've stayed in.

      The Hotel


      I was 5 nights in executive floor and I have to say that Marriott CPH is just what I want from hotel. I was so busy with my work, that I don't know much about hotel services, but room was excellent. Big cozy bed, perfect bathroom and good breakfast. Hotel location is also so close from downtown that you can easily walk there.

      Fantastic Beds!


      Excellent hotel, large really well appointed rooms, marble bathrooms and very comfortable beds - had a great night's sleep after a day of sightseeing in the city. Our room had a harbour view which was worth requesting. Reception and concierge staff extremely helpful, unfortunately they were let down by the restaurant staff who were a bit surly.

      Would definitely stay here again when in Copenhagen.

      Wonderfull hotel


      I have stayed at many Marriott Hotels, but this is without doubt one of the nicest I have visited. Checkin was swift - I asked for and recieved a high-floor room with two doublebeds and a lovely view on the waterfront-side. Rooms on the water-side all have wonderfull views of the canal and (from floor 5 and up) the southeast part of the city. In clear weather you can see the airport, and even the bridge to Sweden.

      City-side rooms have nice views (from floor 6-7 and up) towards central Copenhagen.

      Floors 1-9 are standard rooms, and floors 10-11 are executive rooms and lounge.

      My room on the 9th floor was large and very nicely decorated. Marble and Neutrogena-toiletries in the bathroom.

      Ordered room-service twice, and it arrived promptly and was of good quality.

      The front desk called me several times during my 2-nights stay to ask if everything was allright.

      Dont miss the breakfast-buffet! It was included in my rate, but I would have been happy to pay the 18 euros they charge for it.

      In the lobby area there is a concierge and two small boutiques with the more exclusive "Danish-Design" souvenirs on offer.

      There is only a 10 min. walk from the hotel to the Tivoli Gardens or the Townhall Square, and during the summer period the "Harbour Boatbus" stops right outside the hotel.

      If you follow the water to the south, there is only a 10-min. walk to a very big shopping-mall (Fisketorvet) with 100+ shops, restaurants, cinemas etc.

      I would rate the Marriott as the second-best hotel in Copenhagen (with Hilton beeing number one - but since the Hilton is out in the airport area I would go for the Marriott again).

      Great hotel, wish it was a bit closer to center


      We got a good deal on an executive level room (comes with access to beverages and snacks on weekends, continental breakfast and drinks during week). First room had a horrible odor, but the staff quickly helped us to another room. Room was spacious (we had roll-away for 11 year old), had both a shower and a bath. Breakfast buffet was included (agree with other reviewer on price if not included in room).

      Definitely get the view out over the river! The bar was lively. We did not eat in the restaurant. The walk to the center was at least 10 minutes and in the cold, it seems a bit too far. Being a major business class hotel, taxis were plentiful. Fitness center, but no swimming pool.

      Great hotel in a great location


      The hotel is in a really nice location, right alongside the harbour front with a great view across the river. Make sure you ask for a room with a view of the river, as the view on the other side is a bit 'industrial'. It is just 5-10 minutes walk from the centre of town.

      The hotel is spotlessly clean, with plush & opulent surroundings & furnishings giving it a true 5-star feeling. The room was spacious and nicely equipped, with Neutrogena toiletries in the marble/tile bathroom. I didn't have any of the service problems noted by the other reviewer of this hotel.

      My one criticism was the price of the breakfast buffet - at about 20 euro per person, this is very expensive for those who just want some juice/cereal/fruit.

      Great rooms - horrible service


      The rooms are great, but forget about service. No way is this a 5 star hotel. It took over an hour for someone to bring our luggage up from the lobby. We handled our own when we left. The service in the restaurant is non-existent. We had to find someone to give us coffee in the morning, and it took over a half hour to get the check after dinner. It's a relatively new hotel and is beautiful, but they really need to improve their service.

      First class


      I was scared of the hotels en Europe, and especially after reading the reviews of some of them, like the Mermaid Hotel, but this hotel met to all of my espectations... good bed, good view, great comforters and pillows. The only bad encounter I had was when I asked if I could stay in my room after the check out time (12 noon) as my plane left at 3, and I was told, after spending nearly 600 dollars for 2 days, that I would be charged the extra hour I wanted to stay. That was not necessary. The breakfast which was included was fabulous.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Copenhagen Marriott Hotel

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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