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It was a little bit of a disappointment.
At first glance it seemed a little bit old, but not surprisingly as it was nearby the train station and a bit cheaper than the hotels you'll find near Nyhavn and the centre.
The second night we returned to the room and the showers had no hot water, and the sink was just spitting out dirty yellow water. The receptionist moved us, but that second room had dirty towels and smelled of cigarettes (the entire hotel has No Smoking policy). We ended up having to stay in a twin bedroom, when we'd booked a double.
The only redeeming factor is the continental buffet breakfast which is included in the price.
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