This hotel is very stylish, the rooms are clean and modern, but the true test of any hotel I stay in is if I would stay there again - no I wouldn't.
There are a number of reasons, and the main one being quality of sleep, or in my case, lack of sleep. The rooms have been carefully furnished, and at first glance have everything you would need. But after 2 nights of little or no sleep, those stylish touches fade into insignificance, and I would have swapped them all for sleep. The rooms have very little in the way of sound-proofing, so we were treated to the noise of 2 children (although it sounded like a herd at times) running back and forth for hours in the room above us. Then the guy in the room next to us decided to make a phone call at midnight, which lasted for over an hour - luckily not in English so at least the content of it remained private!
If, of course, you are a heavy sleeper then all that may not matter.
If you do decide to risk it, I wouldn't waste your money on an upgrade to a harbour view. It promises more than it delivers. It is indeed a view of the harbour (docks, more than harbour to be honest), if you wedge yourself into the corner of the room and peer out through a very small window.
Our room had a small sofa and chair which is a nice touch if you don't want to sit on the bed to read etc. we had room service which was very nice, and promptly delivered. The burger was tasty and generous in size, as was the croque Monsieur. There are plenty of places to eat just along from the hotel.
The offerings of tea and coffee in the room was pretty poor, powdered milk - yuk! We found a little store just on the corner of the road heading back to the square, so bought our own tea bags and milk. Although we did have to keep the milk on the window sill, as the fridge is one of those mini bar "you touch it you buy it" things.
There were other little niggles but I think it's only fair to blame them on the overall lack of sleep. If I had been fully rested they probably wouldn't have bothered me at all.
It was easy to find the hotel, the metro straight from the airport into Kongens Nytorv and then about a 10 minute. Walk to the hotel. The whole journey from airport to hotel took less than 30 minutes.
Don't bother paying for harbour view upgrade. Can. Hardly see as windows are tiny.
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