Where to Stay in Copenhagen: If you are looking for a hostel in Copenhagen, CPH Studio Hotel is a nice choice. This is, yet again, located close to a station. This one is 5km from Copenhagen Central Station! It is also only a 5minute walk from Oresund and Amager Strand metro stations. Even better, Amager Strand beach is about a 10-minute walk away. Even though this is listed online as a hostel…it’s more like studio apartments! Every room features modern Danish design. Furniture is all from…

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Where to Stay in Copenhagen: First Hotel Mayfair is another great option. It’s located in a beautiful area, surrounded by classic Danish buildings. It’s also very close to a train station. The staff is very professional and the rooms are comfortable! Price: 800Dkr per night for a double room.

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Where to Stay in Copenhagen: Hotel Nyhavn 71 is an excellent choice. This is one of the most beautiful locations in Copenhagen. You’ll find yourself walking distance from many attractions and overall, it’s just a wonderful place to be. Due to the wonderful location, the price will be a little higher than other places.

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Where to Stay in Copenhagen: If you are on a small budget, the Hostel Urban House Copenhagen will do the deal for you. For those that like artistic, alternative styles. This hostel has street art flare without any of the discomforts of a grungy lifestyle. Again, this place is decked out with Danish design, with everything you could want for a location: bar, restaurant close by, wifi and common areas. It’s ultimate ‘youth hostel’.

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