Copenhagen Star Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsCopenhagen Star Hotel
Very pleasant room with an excellent bathroom. The area was not that great but then it is within walking distance of the central city. Don't be put off by the approach to the hotel which is not the best. Accommodation in Copenhagen is very expensive and this hotel is good value for money. The staff were also very helpful.
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... storefronts combined to give a sense of both history and progress, and the people were friendly and patient, and everyone spoke English. The street signs were a combination of the exotic and the familiar, possible to interpret thanks to a familiarity with German and other European languages, with the classic slashed o (ø) lending a sense of the unusual, and enough of a sense of "what the hell does that mean" to make it ...
... a great atmosphere but very pricey!
Copenhagen is definitely a walk able or even a bike able city, in fact cycling is so popular in thew city due to the country being so flat that they have a separate traffic system for cyclists- it takes a while a pedestrian to remember not to walk in the cycle lane! Our first stop was the very picturesque Christiansborg Castle, definately worth a picture with it's impressive horse parade. ...
... about 11 miles on Saturday alone. I had never been to Kastellet Park, a fortress (I believe) that we stumbled upon after walking back from the Little Mermaid. There was a large fountain with a sculpture of a women riding a chariot pulled by four oxens. The story is that the women turned her sons into oxen. The street trampolines is another site that has rumored among DIS students to exist, but no one had ever been able to find the four small ...
... and schlepped our bags into the hallways, I'd hoped in vain that the elevator might be fixed. No such luck. We managed our way down and loaded up the car. I walked around the hotel to the front lobby, to check out, and only then did I notice the series of large fire hoses running out of the building in several locations and gushing water. I walked into the candle-lit lobby to discover ...
... and bag tag, and they had self bag-drop as well, so I was able to do everything in the first 15 minutes of arriving at the airport.
We had lots of time, so we went to go get a hot dog from Steff's. This was the last food thing that Anne and Ida had wanted me to try, and we finally ticked it off. Apparently this hot dog is one of the things that Danish people really look forward to when they get home after long trips. I was ...