Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
... and we ended up at the train station quicker than if we had taken the bus.
We waited at the train station for Anne, and when she arrived, we got some bagels for lunch, which we would eat on the train.
I have to say getting on and off the train with two friends who could help me with my bags was SO much easier than when I first took the train to Aarhus at 11pm by myself. It was certainly a bit of a struggle juggling everything last time, so this time ...
Monday. Embarkation day. We had a leisurely breakfast at the hotel and we took a ride to the pier. It was quite chaotic because of the big Royal Caribbean ship docked further down from us. There was not a parking lot, only a two way street, along the pier. Every taxi was trying to offload passengers and luggage.
We didn't have to wait for long, because our ship is small and there was no line up. One of the ship's ...
... the Copenhagen station staff hustled us onto a train to the airport where we caught a bus to Malmo, Sweden, where we were told to catch a train to the Malmo Central train station where – well that was up to us. It turns out we had to buy replacement tickets to Gothenburg for the next train leaving in about 3 hours. We waited patiently then, after we reached Gothenburg we managed to avoid buying more tickets for the next leg of our ...
... was great. It is well maintained, there were lots of people there, all in a festive mood and we enjoyed the ambiance and a pantomime in the Peacock theatre before having dinner at the Groften, one of the many restaurants in Tivoli. Groften had been recommended by Americans we had met at Kronborg and it was a delightful, tasty meal. We returned the short distance to our hotel relaxed and in good ...
... elaborately decorated rooms, family heirlooms and displays of royal “stuff.” The Treasury is also located here, storing the crowns and other royal regalia. I also visited the National Gallery, a.k.a. Statens Museum for Kunst, to see especially the Danish and Nordic art, 1750-1900. And I couldn’t be in Copenhagen without going again to the splendid National Museum.
Tracey and I strolled around Assistens Cemetery ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Tiffany Copenhagen
Large rooms (mostly)
The other reviews of this hotel say it all. Good, quiet location, yet still close to everything you need to be close to. The beds are comfortable, the shower is above average and the "kitchen" facilities are good, although the electric socket located inches above the sink gave cause for some concern. The room sizes in the main part of the hotel are very generous but when we first arrived we were shown rooms on the ground floor which were really much much smaller. In fact they were really only large enough for a single occupancy or a one night stay - we asked for a move and fortunately got one. The hotel also charges an additional fee for paying with a credit card - not something that was mentioned on the website or when booking.
Overall this is an excellent, and reasonably priced, base for enjoying Copenhagen but beware the ground floor rooms and, if you want to avoid the credit card excess, have plenty of cash to hand.
Wonderful Place to Stay
Having been all over Scandinavia and Europe Hotel Tiffany's rooms are among the largest. The hotel keeps a friendly boutique feel and all the staff are very friendly. Breakfast is left at your room and there is a small kitchenette. I cannot recommend this place enough. I am absolutely going to stay here again! You are able to walk everywhere from the hotel and despite it being near the station the area felt safe and wellm lit - but Copenhagen seems very clean and safe everywhere! Comes HIGHLY recommended for the price.
Hotel Tiffany was a delightful small hotel in Copenhagen. We stayed 4 nights in a family room with a big bathroom and kitchenette. Affordable and clean. The staff were very helpful. The lift was a big help too. Highly recommended.
Wonderful small hotel very near to the station and the Tivoli Gardens
Delighted with this lovely cosy hotel. It was so near the station but so quiet all the same. We had a very spacious room with windows on three sides, a very comfortable bed, excellent bathroom with shower and the small kitchen was so convenient for a relaxing breakfast and the odd cup of coffee. We had a wonderful four days in Copenhagen and would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Tripadvisor - excellent advice
Before booking a hotel in Copenhagen I read a number of hotel reviews on Tripadvisor. From the reviews i decided to book the Tiffany. All the staff at the Tiffany were excellent and could not be faulted. The room was spacious and very comfortable. The outside temp was cold but the room was perfectley warm all weekend. The Tiffany is close to a number of good local Cafe's and restaurants, and within walking distance to most of the attractions. Only slight downside is that it is on the frindge of the red light area, so just take extra care after dark.
Would recommend the Hotel Tiffany to any one.
Tried and tested
having stayed at hotel tiffany last week we can recommend this unique facility.the large room with its self catering "Wardrobe" provided a good degree of flexibility during our very cold 3 night stay.beds not too comfortable staff friendly and helpfulwe would use this hotel again
Great hotel for families
Just returned from a wonderful stay at the Hotel Tiffany in Denmark.
The large room was a plus for our family of four, the beds and down comforters were cosy during our winter trip, and the shower was great!
We enjoyed the ability to eat breakfast in our room and the mini-kitchen was perfect for storing food and drinks for our 2 hungry teens. The hotel is conveniently located next to the train station and was surprisingly quiet at night. In addition, the staff was very friendly and helped to make our stay a memorable one. I would definitely stay at the Hotel Tiffany again.
Good deal at nice hotel
Hotel Tiffany is very nice. Right by the train station. A tiny hotel that has been decorated very nicely. We booked it through a local agent hotel-denmark and they offered us a great deal for our 3 nights. There was a kitchennette in the room, microwave, fridge and breakfast in the room. Highly recommendable
A Perfect Stay
We had a wonderful stay at the Hotel Tiffany. It was really easy to find from the train station. The neighbourhood is greatly improved. We were greeted at the desk by a very friendly Danish man who was full of great information. The whole tiny hotel is attractively decorated. Our bed was great - the best sleep I have had in a long time. There is a mini kitchen in your room, which at first glance just looks like a wardrobe but contains a kettle, a toaster, a fridge a sink and even a microwave. A breakfast tray is in the mini fridge and fresh buns are hung in a bag from your door knob at 7am. There are 3 cafes near by that are very trendy and serve great coffee. It is a short walk to Tivoli and the rest of the city. We truly enjoyed our stay!If you go to Copenhagen, be sure to have lunch in the sunshine at the harbour!
A Real Find!
Stayed here a couple years ago, and it was perfect. After an exhausting time in Paris, we arrived in Copenhagen ready to collapse. Thankfully, Hotel Tiffany had the most comfortable hotel bed we've ever slept in. We didn't want to leave our room. Thankfully, given the mini-kitchen and continental breakfast delivered to our room (fresh bread hanging on the door handle in the morning!), we didn't have to. It's only a block and a half or so from the central train station, so it's very convenient. Tivoli and the Stroget are also short (5 minute) walks from the hotel's front door. The hotel was in a bit of a transition neighborhood, but I'd guess it's only gotten nicer since we were there.Funny thing: the shower head was in the middle of the bathroom, with the drain in the floor. there was a curtain you drew around yourself while you showered, and then you used the squeegee to push the excess water into the floor drain when you were done. A charming ritual each morning that gave us a taste of how the Danes lived.