Location very nice, restaurant was ok. Lobby nice and rooms were clean. Wasn't so satisfied with the beds and pillows. For me that's the most important for a hotel and unfortunately here this was uncomfortable. Based on the price of the rooms, I would have expected a little more.
Although expensive the charm of Copenhagen is a must to experience. So much to see and do you will not be disappointed. From the waterfront to The city it’s self walk everywhere so you don’t miss anything. The public transport of fantastic so use the metro and the trains to get around into and out of the city
Lovely view from the hotel room. 5 minutes walk away from a large shopping centre and 15 minutes walk from Central Station. Room clean and spacious. Felt a bit outside the hub of things and lots of construction work going on in the area
Clean spacious rooms. Friendly efficient service. Never-ending breakfast options from the buffet -- not top notch but good. Evening restaurant good but unexciting. Black mark for offering only two starters, both of which involved fish. Very convenient location for Dybblesbro Station -- S-tog line, one stop from Copenhagen Central and with good services beyond.
The stay in your hotel was okay but the rooms we had ,2223 and 2227, were a bit noisy due to the big Roda passing by. The price quality equilibrium is nog good. The roomsere price too high for this position (front of the hotel).
Very good located close to the center at the water, though in the moment with huge building sites on the city side of the hotel and a big street with lots of traffic.Extremly friendly and professional staff allover. Bathroom needs redecoration, the room itself was very nice and sufficient for a one weeks city trip. Good breakfast, bikes available.
Beds great view fabulous breakfast fantastic and view beautiful which i had stayed longer and will definitely return to stay again for sure especially for business and possibly with my family for leisure too
I would call it a place to sleep as it had all the facilities that one needs for a good night's sleep. However, it's nothing more than that. There isn't any "WoW" factor. I did find some people at the reception friendly but not everyone. Once you leave the hotel in the morning it's better not to return before the evening as your room with a very high probability won't be ready (tidied up). It's probably okay if you are on a business trip but not if you are on vacation. No chance of any relaxation in between your visits to the city's main attractions. The cleaning Staff doesn't consider it their duty to inform the hotel administration about the defects in the room. A newly prepared room had a totally blocked drainage. All I can say is that we slept well.
Copenhagen Island is a beautiful hotel, the rooms are really nice and that all you get for your money. I stayed there for 4 days, and the service was at a low level. For two days I did not have any towels in my room and this was after calling the reception twice. If you want to stay at this hotel, buy your stay without breakfast, it is not worth 225 DKK. You will be really lucky if you can get a decant cup off coffe in the breakfast area. I would say if the prices where lower the service I got would be acceptable, but not for 1900 DKK pr night.
This is really a personal view of Denmark, but Copenhagen in particular. Denmark is a lovely place to visit and is well worth the effort. However, the Danish don’t cater for tourists very well, either because they don’t realise that we struggle or because they deliberately want to limit the number of tourists. My main gripe is with the language problem. Everywhere you look there are signs and adverts in English. Most of the population speak English. But many of the things you would like or really need to understand, are not translated and Danish is particularly difficult to guess. I’m talking about road signs, timetables, warning signs, directions. Who would ever guess that ‘slot’ means castle? Even a help yourself coffee machine in a 7 / 11 store shows two jugs at the bottom of the display, one labelled ‘lille’ and the other ‘Stor’. In all other respects, the two jugs are identical. I discovered that these mean large or small. Any normal folk would make one jug large and the other small. After filling your car with petrol, the card machine asks if you would like a receipt, in Danish. You guess this and press what you take to be the yes button and it then asks you another question, in impenetrable Danish. Result, no receipt. It was easier to navigate life in Beijing than Copenhagen. On the train, an electronic display shows the next station and you try your best to imagine how it might be pronounced. Then you hear the recorded announcement and you realise you are not going to win this one. Come on Denmark. You are part of Europe and everyone else tries to cater for non-native speakers. Otherwise, excellent.…