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We stayed here for 10 days recently and really enjoyed our time here. Beds were very comfortable and everything we needed during our stay was here. It is about a 3 minute walk to the train station and less than a 0 minute train ride...More
Wow! For the price of other hotels (less than many)...a wonderful apartment, a fantastic gym and pool. Very good staff and a good Scandinavian breakfast.
Loved the space, the views and the comfort of this hotel. It seemed that many people stay for a long...More
Very pleasant apartment - fully-equipped, spacious and comfortable with balcony and nice view. Excellent value, good service and pleasant staff. Book ahead of time to avoid disappointment as there are not that many apartments and they seem to go quickly.
This is a great place to stay! The location was a block from the train station, that connects two stops down to the metro out to the airport. There was a grocery store nearby, and a bakery and restaurants within a 10 minute walk. Usually...More
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We moved into Charlottehaven only hours after the birth of our second child. We were renovating our bathrooms and were unable to stay in our own house, so when the water broke, we called Charlottehaven and were lucky enough to get the last available apartment...More
Fælledparken continues into Outer Oesterbro, where Parken (Denmark's national soccer stadium) is located. In the middle of Outer Oesterbro you’ll find Østre Gasværk, which is a popular theatre located in an old (brick-wall) gas cylinder. Travel to the easternmost part of Outer Oesterbro to reach Nordhavn, a harbour area where most of the development is over water, showcasing Copenhagen's constant development. Nordhavn
is home to the UN City and to pricey penthouse apartments which, on a clear day, can see all the way to Sweden.