Ibsens Hotel

Address: Vendersgade 23, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1363, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Indre By area of Copenhagen, is near Botanical Gardens (Botanisk Have), Copenhagen Cathedral (Vor Frue Kirke), The Workers Museum (Arbejdermuseet), and Faelled Park.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsIbsens Hotel Copenhagen

      Reviewed by lilian.lethborg

      Charm, charisma and touch of luxury for a reasonable price

      Reviewed Jun 18, 2014
      by (8 reviews) Melbourne , Australia Flag of Australia

      The Ibsens Hotel was excellent everything from the location to the absolute comfort of bed, pillow and bathroom. The breakfast is expensive however, there is a perfect little breakfast cafe over the road much cheaper with lots to choose from. There is a free wine for guests a nice welcome after travelling. The staff were very helpful and there is a lift to get you to your room. The TV had many English channels. The Wifii was not always working in the room.

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

      Reviewed by tvordlj

      Reasonably priced, good location

      Reviewed May 5, 2010
      by (8 reviews) Halifax Regional Municipality , Canada Flag of Canada

      We stayed at the Ibsens Hotel for a five night stay in May this year (May 2010). I had narrowed down the choice of hotels to a few and the Travel agent got a pretty good price on this one, about 930DKK for a double. The travel agent told me it was a superior but judging from the descriptions and price on the website I think it was a standard double (not a "small" double though i dread to think how small that would be). I don't mind that European hotel rooms are small and cosy because we're not in them much anyway. The room was not big but had enough room for us and carry on baggage though there would be room for a full size suitcase as well. There's a double bed and wardrobe, a desk and chair, a small television and another little table. The room is decorated in red and gold shades and was clean and pleasant.

      Our room faced the inner courtyard so we didn't get any traffic noise. However, I think the restaurant kitchen or staff area was in the courtyard because you could hear people out there talking later in the night and the sound did travel or echo up the courtyard walls. We did have the windows open which would make it more noticeable but it didn't go on for a long time or late which is why i think it was from people working in the Italian restaurant in the hotel.

      The bathroom was small with the basics, but the shower was all part of the room, with a drain in the middle of the bathroom floor. There was a curtain to draw around you so the rest of the room and walls wouldn't get wet. There's a small shelf in the corner over the toilet to put your shampoo or you can put it on /in the sink. There was a bit of mold around one spot by the sink, I have to say but other than that it was spotless.

      The hotel has an environmental carbon neutral policy so that's nice in this day and age. There is no air conditioning in the rooms that i could tell but the windows open. We were there in May and it was cool out so heat wasn't a problem but it might be in summer. The bed was a bit hard for our tastes but not too uncomfortable overall. It was covered with a white duvet and coloured "spread" and we found the duvet warm so we just used the spread.

      Breakfast wasn't included and was a bit pricey (150 DKK per person). There's a bakery on the corner and there are a couple of restaurants in the area that serve breakfast and brunch though they don't open until about 9:30 or 10. We actually did that most days, so we didn't have to get up too early and rush for the breakfast window. (See Cafe Klimt and Bankerat for reviews. We ate a meal and some breakfasts at both).

      The hotel hallways seem a bit worn and the carpets do need replacing. There is a small lift. There is also free wifi in the hotel and bedrooms which was nice. You sign in with your name and room number.

      The restaurant is an Italian place. We ate there one night but were not impressed (see review for La Rocca). It was expensive and the staff were less than courteous. There's a lounge in the hotel with free coffee/tea and there's a small bar as well. There's a computer available for a cost. The hotel prefers that you leave the key at the desk when you leave but it's staffed 24 hours. The staff were all very nice and helpful.

      The location is quite good, just a couple of blocks from a major train/metro station, Norreport and across the road from there is the old Latin Quarter and just a few steps from pedestrian shopping streets and the Stroget. There are busses at Norreport Stn and also a few that go along a street one over from the hotel.

      Hotel Ibsens
      Copenhagen, Denmark

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

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      Hotel Ibsens
      Copenhagen, Denmark