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Copenhagen Hotels

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Low season February
High season August
  Average price (weeknight): $272
  Average price (weekend night): $252

cheapest month to stay

43%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

7%

expected price increase

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Sun. - Thu.

(weeknight)

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Fri. & Sat.

(weekend night)

Top tips for finding the perfect Copenhagen hotel

Hotels in Copenhagen can be expensive, however, public transport runs 24/7, so budget travellers could consider a hotel outside the city centre.
As Copenhagen is compact, guests staying outside the city centre will only be a short bus or metro ride away from main sights. Some affordable hotels on the city outskirts include the Tivoli Hotel and Carlton Guldsmeden.
Copenhagen’s fun and educational sights as well as its wide open green spaces in which to run around, make the city a paradise for children.
With its relaxed atmosphere, tree-lined residential streets, parks, and lake, the kid-friendly neighbourhood of Østerbro is great for families. Hotel Rye is a nice, low-key option in this area.
Copenhagen is a walkable (or bikeable) city. Guests with a car should consider keeping their car parked at a hotel with free parking, such as Hotel Rossini.
If you are looking for hotels in Copenhagen with a pool in the city centre, consider the Tivoli Hotel near the port, or Tivoli Gardens.
Guests visiting Copenhagen on business may prefer to stay near the Bella Center, Copenhagen’s conference centre. Numerous hotels are located in this area, including the AC Hotel Bella Sky Copenhagen and the Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers.

FAQs when booking Copenhagen accommodations

How much is a cheap hotel in Copenhagen?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Copenhagen for as cheap as $42 in the last 3 days. The average price is $444.
Which are the most popular neighbourhoods to stay in Copenhagen?
Hotels in City Center, Vesterbro and Østerbro have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Copenhagen's different neighborhoods, check out our Copenhagen's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which neighbourhood in Copenhagen is good for nightlife?
From high-quality restaurants and laid-back wine bars to a vibrant club scene, Copenhagen city centre has a reputation for great nightlife. Vesterbro is the city’s liveliest area at night, with a myriad of pubs, nightclubs, cocktail bars, and live music venues on offer. There are many hotels located in this area, including the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen and the Cabinn City.
Which hotel area is especially good for shopping in Copenhagen?
Copenhagen city centre is full of trendy boutiques and is also renowned for its design shops. The best shopping districts include Strøget, Elmegade, Jægersborggade, and Pilestræde. There are numerous hotels within walking distance, such as the Best Western Plus Hotel City Copenhagen.
What is a good hotel for a romantic holiday in Copenhagen?
Plan the best romantic getaway for your loved one by choosing a hotel with character in Copenhagen city centre. For something a little different, a boat hotel, such as the CPH Living hotel, will ensure you have a unique and special time while staying in a hotel that floats on the river.
Which neighbourhoods in Copenhagen are close to the beach?
Denmark has a beautiful coastline that can be easily reached from Copenhagen city centre. There are traditional beach hotels with plenty of charm as well as spa hotels. Amager Beach Park is a popular area during the day and evening, and offers a range of hotels, including the CPH Studio Hotel.
What hotels in Copenhagen have especially good spa services?
The Hotel d’Angleterre features a tranquil spa with an indoor pool, while Hotel Kong Arthur, offers guests the opportunity to reserve time in its Balinese Water Temple, which features a hot tub, sauna, and aroma steam bath. Meanwhile, Copenhagen Admiral Hotel is a four-star hotel overlooking the river, which features a private wellness area with sauna and steam bath, and offers massage treatments with an in-house masseuse.

Where to stay in Copenhagen?

Our Heatmaps tool will help you find the perfect place to stay in Copenhagen by showing you how close hotel options are to major activities

Best Copenhagen hotels

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Hotel D'Angleterre - Copenhagen - Building
1
9.2 Excellent (463 reviews)
Andersen Boutique Hotel - Copenhagen - Bedroom
2
9.1 Excellent (2,729 reviews)
71 Nyhavn Hotel - Copenhagen - Building
3
9.1 Excellent (2,041 reviews)
Stay Seaport - Copenhagen - Bedroom
4
9.1 Excellent (1,172 reviews)
Nimb Hotel - Copenhagen - Building
5
9.1 Excellent (675 reviews)
Hotel Herman K - Copenhagen - Building
6
8.9 Excellent (243 reviews)
Absalon Hotel - Copenhagen - Building
7
8.8 Excellent (6,374 reviews)
Skt. Petri - Copenhagen - Bedroom
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8.8 Excellent (2,962 reviews)
Hotel Kong Arthur - Copenhagen - Building
9
8.7 Excellent (3,682 reviews)
Manon les Suites - Copenhagen - Pool
11
8.7 Excellent (2,788 reviews)
Carlton Guldsmeden - Copenhagen - Building
12
8.7 Excellent (2,110 reviews)
Adina Apartment Hotel Copenhagen - Copenhagen - Building
13
8.7 Excellent (1,550 reviews)
Kurhotel Skodsborg - Copenhagen - Building
14
8.7 Excellent (1,298 reviews)
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel - Copenhagen - Building
15
8.6 Excellent (7,846 reviews)
Crowne Plaza Copenhagen Towers - Copenhagen - Building
16
8.6 Excellent (2,849 reviews)

Best hotels in Copenhagen near Tivoli

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Steel House Copenhagen - Copenhagen - Building
1
8.5 Excellent (11,102 reviews)
Hotel Sp34 - Copenhagen - Bedroom
2
8.4 Excellent (3,001 reviews)
Annex Copenhagen - Copenhagen - Bedroom
3
8.3 Excellent (3,669 reviews)
Good Morning City Copenhagen Star - Copenhagen - Building
4
8.2 Excellent (18,249 reviews)