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Andersen Boutique Hotel
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Reviewed May 26, 2012

Stayed May 24 & 25 single room. Facilities excellent, clean and thoughtful. Amazing location one minute walk to central station, five mins to Tivoli and ten to the Stroget. Rates reasonable, room I had was with the best will a little small but the bathroom was ave size. Worth a go I have been to Dennark a hundred times and have paid more for less. If you want something different to do try the Copenhagen Segway tour ( google it ). Breakfast is average but typical of Cph.

Stayed: May 2012, traveled on business
4  Thank PJ180
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Reviewed May 25, 2012

We came to Andersen after a few failed attempts to stay elsewhere in Copenhagen: all of the hotels were very badly kept, had mold in bathrooms that disgusted us and presented a health hazard. We found out that Anderson only opened a month before our stay, so we decided it was not enough time for mold to grow :) We were correct. The rooms and the bathrooms were freshly refurbished and wonderful to stay in, and we thoroughly enjoyed our whole stay!

The staff was very warm and accomodating, especially amazing Sean (not sure if that's the correct spelling, but kudos to you, man, you helped a lot!) We received a lot of good advice from him, which helped us save a ton of money (like exchange places and cOPENhagen cards). And when the hotel was fully booked, and we needed a room for one more night — Anne-Mitte the manager helped us get a room, if slightly worse than the previous one — but cheaper, too.

This hotel is obviously not for everybody. It's more of a grown-up fixture because of it's location: a very good location that is, but slightly sketchy. Yes, there are prostitutes around the hotel. But they are friendly and no nuisance whatsoever if you're a couple of grown ups or your kids are in bed by 9pm.

There are more benefits to the location, really: the Central Station, which you might need to travel to Louisiana and Kronborgslot, and Tivoli gardens are just 5-10 min away. You can walk to the central shopping streets in 22 minutes. And virtually everything you might want in Copenhagen is just 10-15 minutes away by bus (also free with the cOPENhagen card). So we managed to have a lot of fun and see everything we wanted, and always had an opportunity to drop in to the hotel room to change before dinner.

A few things of disadvantage, which are really very minor and irrelevant: there was no phone in our room (who uses the hotel phones anyway?), our king size bed was made up of two single matresses (awkward!) and the breakfast is not that good. But who cares, when you have the Meatpacking District and Vesterbro 5-10 minutes away with wonderful kaffe breakfasts for less money?

But they do have very fast free wi-fi, Molton Brown products in the bathrooms, cool design and a great mini bar fridge downstairs with lovely refreshments as well as a collection of design magazines.

So while Hotel Andersen is not exactly a luxurious stay, it is certainly the best affordable thing there is in Copenhagen right now, trust me. I'd definitely stay there again.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank KatyaKazbek
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Reviewed May 21, 2012

Stayed here three nights in May. The hotel is brand new, just had soft opening.

Rooms are really nice. Not just comfortable for your eye, but also one of the best hotel beds that I have ever slept in. As mentioned; hotel is new, and so are furniture, plasma tv etc.
Staff are genuinely warm and very friendly.

Central location with walking distance to Tivoli, Stroget, the lakes etc.

I would definitely recommend this to anyone, who likes boutique hotels. Also excellent value.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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6  Thank Dennis B
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Reviewed May 18, 2012

We stayed at this hotel a few years back when it was called the Selandia and the service and room were good so we decieded to stay there again on this trip. Once we arrived we found that it had changed names and was refurbished.

The bed was so comfortable, the service perfect and the breakfast great. Overall great place to stay and the lady at the front desk was wonderful. We will be back!

Also they have bicycles for rent. We found that out after we rented bicycles from another location which was a little disappointing.

Room Tip: Request a courtyard facing room as the street can get noisy in summer.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank sydneyau
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Reviewed May 4, 2012

The brand new Andersen Hotel caught my eye, when I was in the area staying at another hotel, and promised myself to check it out during my next stay in the capital.
The building looks majestic, despite not being near the Queen's residence.
First impressions were great: warmly welcome by the super-friendly front desk staff, and the lobby is ultra-chiq. Got a room key to room 91 at the penthouse floor. Room numbers are a bit confusing, maybe designed to puzzle your mind a bit.
I had booked a single room, and while the room wasn't huge, I found it perfect in size.
Room has telephone, wifi internet (free), LED flat screen TV (30+ TV channels, including international), fridge, safe etc. And it has very cool furniture. The bathroom was modern and very nice!

Hotel is located less than two minutes from the central station, and has a broad variety of restaurants within minutes from the front door (including Kødbyen (Meat Packing District)).

I would definitely recommend it to anyone, especially if you like the whole concept of boutique hotels. And on top of that, it is very fairly priced - AND you can book the room for 24 hours (check-in 7pm = check-out 7pm, e.g.)

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled solo
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11  Thank jefi99
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