We stayed six nights with our daughters, ages 6 and 1, using Marriott points. The hotel upgraded us to a river view room on the 8th floor and we had executive lounge access. I'd agree with earlier reviewers who said rooms feel like an American hotel--two beds, bureau, desk, plenty of floor and closet space. Decor is fine if not particularly striking in any way. We had enough space even with an added cot, which cost 100 DKK a night. The river view is nice. I don't know why the Tivoli side rooms were listed as cheaper, at least on a high floor. We could see the view to that side from the elevator lobby and it was a good view, too. Lower down one might not see as much on that side. The hotel is about a kilometer from the central train station (15 minute walk with kids and luggage) and Tivoli. The walk is past buildings without shops or restaurants. For my daughters, the executive lounge was the highlight of the hotel. At least in late August, at breakfast and dinner it was full of people either starting or finishing a cruise, so the place had a vacationer's vibe. Tables could be hard to get but people always made room for us. They had two high chairs and the staff took to kindly bringing one right to our table once we sat down at breakfast. The breakfast selection was plentiful and in the evening they had a steady flow of hors d'oeuvres that switched to desserts at 7:30. We used the evening food for a light dinner several nights to avoid going out to a restaurant with tired kids. One sometimes had to wait a few minutes for more glasses, plates, or juice but it didn't seem unreasonable as the lounge was completely full with people eating. After food service hours, the lounge became quiet and near-empty, a decent spot for a solo adult to have a glass of wine and read. The available computers were one level down and I never had to wait for one. I'd recommend getting your Tivoli multi-ride ticket from the concierge, which saves about $4 a ticket and is worth it if you do more than 6 rides. However, plan ahead for this. At 1 pm, the concierge said he was out and would get more at 2. At 2 pm, he was on break and no one else could help until he returned about 2:!5. Once you get the ticket, you exchange it for a wristband at a ride ticket booth in the park. Overall, the hotel had all the amenities we needed and a good location for Tivoli and the train to various attractions.
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- With its windows on the quaint harbor in Denmark's capital, the fully air-conditioned Copenhagen Marriott Hotel, voted as Denmark's Leading business hotel 2007, captures the charm of this fairytale city. Beyond the doors of this luxury Copenhagen hotel are our city's most beloved sights, all within a 20-minute stroll. Inside our doors, you'll find spacious guest rooms offering exquisite views, luxurious bedding with down comforters, rich linens, a desk and high-speed Internet access. ... more less
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