Stayed at this hotel in February 2012 for 2 nights.
We were staying with children age 12 and 14, so ideally needed 2 rooms together -Made this request when booking online , and although we turned up at midday( 2 hours before the official check-in time) , the receptionist was very helpful and our rooms were ready within a few minutes- next door as requested.
Liked the decor of the rooms, with lovely wide exposed beams, and it was warm and cosy ( very important in February!) .
The rooms were long and narrow- so narrow that we had to edge slowly around the bottom of the bed to get to the other side . This seems to be a common theme in hotel reviews for Copenhagen in general. There was also extremely limited storage space- fine for people on a short stay travelling light with only hand luggage , but would have been a real problem for a longer stay. Don't book a standard room in this hotel if you're a bit claustrophobic .
We overlooked the street, but it wasn't noisy.
Tiny , but adequate bathroom, nicely done but pretty pathetic shower.
Can't comment on breakfast- there were no 'breakfast included' deals available, and £75 for a family breakfast was out of our budget , so we opted for a coffee and pastry in local cafes instead ( still not cheap , but better).
We were unable to get a table in the hotel restaurant for dinner - so book ahead if you want to eat there at a weekend.
Location overall was very good, only a couple of minutes walk to the pretty Nyhavn harbour area , a 10 minute walk along the water to the Little mermaid Statue ,and easy to get to from the airport ( we got the Metro , and then it was a 10 minute walk - not expensive and and only 30 mins door to door . The guy at the ticket office at the Airport terminal was very helpful. Bought a '10 clip' multiticket which is much cheaper than paying for individual journeys - but bear in mind that once in central Copenhagen you can walk everywhere . Worth knowing that more than 1 person can use a 'clip ticket' so long as you each punch in the card for each journey. )
If I came to Copenhagen again I would definitely stay at the Admiral again - just bear in mind it is an expensive city ( in fact the good deal we got on the hotel stay was about the only thing that was a reasonable cost all weekend ! )
- Also Known As:
- Admiral Hotel Copenhagen
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- Experience Danish quality and 200 years’ history when you stay at the Copenhagen Admiral Hotel. The uniquely designed hotel is housed in a converted 18th century warehouse building, located near Copenhagen’s best shopping and cultural attractions, and neighbouring the Royal Palace and the Royal Playhouse. ... more less
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