Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Falconer Hotel & Conference Center Copenhagen
Travel Blogs from Copenhagen
We landed at 12pm Denmark time (6am EST) safely this afternoon! Before exiting the plane, Nick was insistent on eating "brunch" and was quite grumpy until we found him his "egg breakfast sandwich". After this event, we decided to be adventurous and take public transportation to our hotel. This included taking the metro (T) six stops, transferring to a bus service for another four stops, and then dragging our eight pieces of ...
... 8217;t go there now… Let’s go to the city, turning on the GPS and choosing the shortest route to the city center I’m walking to the unknown city :-) Wooow, I almost forgot, there is Tivoli amusement park (just walking around)… where is the main gate… I have to know what is the opening time and what is the price for ticket 3:-) I found main gate definitely on the other end of the wall, yep I was standing almost next to it, but I took longer walk ...
... and brought them to the Nyahvn Canal, Amalienborg Palac, and Marble Church to show them more of what we know in Copenhagen. When showing them around, I shared the facts that I have learned and experiences that I have had at these places with them - I felt like a true tour guide. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I remembered and know about this place ...
... are not too much in evidence. Guess the promoted smoking and drinking takes it toll. The younger generation all speak English very fluently and a lot speak German, Swedish and Norwegian as well. Apparently it is popular to travel by train to Germany for shopping.
I am looking forward to getting on the ship and more in depth blogs tomorrow. Off to bed while listening to the rain. Cheers for ...
... not any really old people about the place. I wonder is it because the streets are too rough for them to walk or that they are too old to ride their bikes???? Geoff just thinks they may bump them off after the age of 60.
Copenhagen isn’t as multicultural as Switzerland and they seem very proud of their heritage.
Tonight is our last night here, tomorrow we catch the ship, it’s going to be sad to leave this beautiful ...