Hotel Kong Arthur

Norre SoGade 11, Copenhagen, Zealand, 1370, Denmark | 3 star hotel
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Leggo My Legos, Ariel

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Today was our final full day in Copenhagen, so obviously were determined to milk every last drop of fun possible from this city. The day dawned so clear and sunny that we didn't even need lamps in the morning. But the cloudless sky also meant the temperature dropped about 10 degrees. Brrr. So we bade good-bye to our lovely Danish hosts Anders and …

Departure Day on 22 day Baltic & Highlands Cruise

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Pack up our gear & take it all down to the lobby & wait for our 11am driver to take us to the Eurodam. We have a coffee whilst waiting & the left over pizza from the night before.

Our driver arrives at 10:50am, picks up our luggage & takes us to the port. We proceed through the HAL Check-in, & head for the Lido …

Day 2 in Copenhagen

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This morning we walk down Vendersgade & Norregade to find the Stroget shopping mall in the centre of Copenhagen.

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Day 1 in Copenhagen

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Have breakfast in the hotel dining room.

Bags are packed, & we book out of the Radisson Blu, & into our 10:40am flight to Copenhagen via Berlin.

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Golden fields of corn, green lush clusters of pine and aspens, the ocean... it all swooshes by as we fly on by on our train ride between Varberg, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark. I feel like a kid, looking out the window tirelessly, just watching the world go by. Swaying from side to side. It is so relaxing and comforting. As we ride over ö …

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Peblinge area of Copenhagen, is near Botanical Gardens (Botanisk Have), The Workers Museum (Arbejdermuseet), Faelled Park, and Somods Bolcher (Candy Factory).
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kong Arthur Copenhagen

    Reviewed by sharipb

    A Closet Room Experience

    Reviewed May 10, 2011
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    My stay was nice. The hotel had free breakfast buffet the Dane way - yogurt and dried fruits, salami meats, eggs, all sorts of grain bread, jams, sliced tomatoes, puree juices...The superior room was like moving around in a closet. I had to manuever around the bed to get to the little cubby closet. The shower drained into the floor. I understand it's a European hotel but I guess I'm accustom to space. The plus was the hotel had two restaurants that delivered to your room - so-called "takeway" and I had a flat screen TV that showed throwback shows from the US.

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

    Reviewed by sharipb

    Closet View

    Reviewed May 4, 2011
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    No air conditioning, but decent danish breakfast.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Kong Arthur Copenhagen

    More than satisfied with the Kong Arthur

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    We had a lovely stay at this hotel. Yes, the rooms are not the largest we have stayed in but they were comfortable and warm. If you want a 'modern' hotel, forget it! This hotel has 'medieval' character, it was clean, the food was brilliant and the choice was ample, no matter what time you went for breakfast. We found the staff attentive and pleasant. Yes, we sometimes had to wait whilst they dealt with people who were in front of us, but when it was our turn, we received the same patient and informative attention. The day before we were due to leave, I had the misfortune of breaking my ankle whilst out in the town - but nothing was too much trouble for them. They sent bowls of iced water to the room to bathe my foot,delivered drinks and breakfast to my room the next morning, phoned taxi's, hospitals and the airport to make sure that I got assistance. All in all, I couldn't fault this hotel and would certainly return.

    Very Good Hotel

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    What absolute drivel is written by some "reviewer's". This old fashioned hotel ( in the nicest sense, not clinical and sterile )is splendid. My wife and I stayed during the end of November for four nights and found very little wrong during the whole stay. Yes, one day there were insufficient towels left in the bath room but this was immediately rectified by the continually helpful reception staff. Our room, overlooking the courtyard was ample in size with comfortable furnishings, the bath room was a little small but we were only in it for a small time each day!! The breakfast was superb covering all tastes and appetites. The location, which we were worried about before going,was not a problem as it is only a very short walk in to "town". Would we stay there again? NO PROBLEM ! Would we recommend it ? If you want gold plated taps in the bath room and each room to look the same, then go elsewhere. If you want charm, style, good furnishings, go here.

    Faulty towers, but not funny

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    I would love to write a magnificent review and tell the world what a nice hotel KONG ARTHUR is, but ALAS!!!

    This place is a dump

    from

    This hotel advertises itself as a four star. In truth its barely a 3 star, and not a very good one.

    When you enter the lobby, you are reminded of Fawlty Towers, with the sole staff member frantically running between reception and the bar, trying to cope with both jobs.

    The hotel urgently needs refurbishing.

    The rooms are basic, and the bedding woefully uncomfortable. Our room must have been connected by the air vent system to the kitchen - it stunk of eggs every afternoon.

    The staff were not friendly or helpful.

    Next time I'm in Copenhagan I'll be sure to avoid the Kong Arthur.

    Gorgeous lobby and public areas - shame about the room

    from

    The Kong Arthur has a delightful entrance, bar and courtyard leading on to other public restaurants. The reception staff are by contrast a little stretched, and therfore have less interset and/or time to deal with your enquiries.

    The big disappointment are the rooms. Very small and cramped, with little in the way of space or home comforts - the small shower room, for example had 2 plastic disposable cups - as the only means of drinking water/juice in the room. Not especially important, but symptomatic of the general level of accomodation once away from the truly delightful public areas. Location not entirely perfect - but not I think a deal breaker - the rooms do that.

    For Breakfast-Lovers

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    Location is best if you prefer a quiet place, yet do not mind a short walking distance (10 min) to historic centre. Hotel is located in a upcoming area though (Frederiksborggade) with nice cafes ("Plan B") and boutiques ("Münchhausen"). We were given a superior double room overlooking the courtyard- it was very quiet and spacious. Staff was very polite and helpful.

    I would especially recommend the wonderful breakfast with a large variety of fruit, bread, jam, eggs, etc.

    Extremely friendly staff

    from

    We found the hotel to be in a peaceful and attractive position overlooking a lake. The staff were exceptionally helpful and welcoming and the breakfasts offered a huge variety. The Italian Restaurant La Rocca attached to the hotel is superb we enjoyed an excellent meal there. We stayed in a suite which was spacious and clean.

    A pleasant and comfortable stay-great breakfast

    from

    Location fine if you don't mind walking. We arrived early but were given a room immediately and able to stay until 2.00pm on last day. We stayed in a front room overlooking the lake the first night but was noisy from traffic on main road, cold and smelt of pollution from cars.

    Just OK

    from

    Location is not the best as you have to walk at least 15 minutes to anything. Room was very ordinary. Breakfast, included in the somewhat expensive room rate, was good but not exceptional. Drinks, in the lobby bar, were very expensive for the tiniest of drinks.

    Charming hotel

    from

    July,2003 We had a lovely stay at the Kong Arthur. The room was smallish but functional.The hotel is charming and in a lovely residential area,yet close to the metro and city.There are three restaurants located in the hotel. We ate at the Japanese,Sticks and Sushi ,and La Roca, Italian. They were very good.The breakfast buffet is excellent and you can sit inside or out in the garden area. A standard double was $160 including tax and VAT.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kong Arthur Copenhagen

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