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... of the guard there but this time were content to view it from the seaward side. We then turned into Christianhaven. This had been created by a former king based on the canals of Amsterdam. It is a series of canals on artificial islands and certainly mimics those of the Dutch city. Here were many boats tied up along the edges and apartment buildings and beautiful churches. The imposing spiral staircase spire of the Church of Our Saviour ...
... colourful buildings and lovely restaurants line the harbour of CopenhagenNazi Occupation - our guide Nick told us all about the Danish involvement in WWIIStr°get shopping mile, which is the largest pedestrian shopping street in EuropeThe Lur Blowers - a statue of 2 vikings which was a gift donated to the city by the Carslberg factoryDanish ParliamentThe Royal Danish TheaterThe Academy of Fine ArtsCopenhagen Opera HouseOur guide also took us to a ...
... this is worth it. If you're not, wait until they get everything worked out or add some behind-the-scenes stops where you can see some food-making in action.
At this point, my feet were dead. The cobblestone streets really killed me. I barely made it back to the hostel and collapsed in bed for a nap.
After my nap, the rain had let up, but the streets were still a bit wet. Worse, my shoes were drenched. So, I ventured out into the city in my flip-flops.
It wasn't even ...
Blogging is oh so difficult when you're spending as much of your energy as possible trying to experience a place. Here I am, eight days into my trip, having seen and done so much that I can't wait to get online for everyone, and I don't have time to write or upload pictures! But I know you'll agree that such is a good thing, and you'd rather the the experience be full than I spend all my trip sitting at a desk (we all know how I love ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Fox Copenhagen
A piece of art...
The hotel is great and very different from other hotels that I stayed at. The other comments about this hotel are completely wrong - because Hotel Fox opened in may 2005 - and that means, it wasn't even open yet when those comments were written.
The hotel is a very friendly and relaxing place. The rooms are so special and I just loved staying in room no. 302. The atmosphere there were soothing and energizing at the same time. And it was clean...
This was a nice, reasonably-priced hotel in the centre of Copenhagen, within walking distance to the main shopping street, many attractions and numerous bars and restaurants.
A Cool and Wild Hotel
Fox is a wild hotel...... actually "Hotel" isn't quite the right description for it. The rooms are very cool. The small rooms are perfect for kids. They are like a tree hut or something.
The larger rooms however are very cool. The Lobby looks like NASA. I stayed in room 101. The bed was great and I have some of that artists work featured on the walls - so it was quite uncanny they gave me that room. With so many great hotels in Copenhagen, we didn't know where to begin to take our kids on a holiday. Thank god we stumbled upon Tablet Hotels website, which featured some of the best and interesting hotels on their very beautiful site. Their choices of hotels were exactly what we were looking for.
For only 120€ a night, this was a very stylish place to sleep. And the breakfast was superb (a selection of tiny sandwiches on delicious fresh bread, croissants, danish, real yogurt with fresh fruit, tons of juices, and coffee or espresso). My room (N°311) was smallish, but no worse than any other European hotel room. The staff was young, hip and low-key.
We stayed here for about one week and were really looking foward to it!! We thought it would be a fun experience. Copenhagen itself was a great experience!!! But Hotel Fox left something to be desired. On the plus side, it's in a great location! Very close to the pedestrian mall. But the place reminds me of an old college dorm converted into a hotel. If that's what you're looking for, then this is the place for you.
After a 2 week journey and our last evening abroad we were looking forward to a fun and funky stay at the Fox. At what amounted to $200/night for a "large" room, we were incredibly disappointed. There were a number of rooms to choose from when we arrived-while the selection was difficult the receptionist recommended a room on the top floor which was interesting since my husband and I are both tall, we had to bend over each time we needed to access the bathroom because of the sloped ceilings. Upon accessing the bathroom, I was initially impressed by the amount of mold on the sealant in the bathtub. Later that night about 3 am, we were impressed again by a loud and strange gurgling from the bathroom-we both looked at each other and laughed since it sounded like our bathroom would soon disgustingly overflow. Overall, we felt like we were staying at a friends place in college-a place that was 'hip" and "funky" but not so clean and not so functional.
It all started so well. A welcoming reception, a convenient room in which to leave our bags, an upgrade to 'large' as medium-sized rooms had all been allocated.
Good to visit, but don't sleep here
The Fox is indeed a very interesting hotel with some creative design at work.
Alas, the rooms are very small (I even had a "large" room!) and have no aircon. So at night one can choose between keeping a window open and not sleeping due to the heavy traffic outside throughout the night, or keeping the window shut, still hearing the traffic and lacking air.
The bathroom is OK, again very small, no soap, but nicely designed.
The staff is young and very friendly, albeit not always very well informed, still a big plus.
I would not stay here again unless I was not planning to get some sleep overnight.
Staff was friendly, available and mostly young. The whole hotel was nicely designed! The lobby with it's loungy chairs and neat bar/reception counter, the carpet on each floor's passage ways with a different colour and design, etc.
My husband and I spent 4 nights at the Park Hotel in September, and we were really pleased with our choice. The staff were very friendly and helpful, buffet breakfast fantastic, rooms clean and comfortable and all a stones throw from City Square. Copenhagen is very expensive, but we felt that this hotel was very reasonable compared to other hotels especially as it was so central to everything.