We stayed 4 nights at the Andersen and were thrilled with the location, the service and the price. I agree with other reviews regarding ambience and decor - new is definitely nice. It's located 2 blocks from the main train station, in the heart of Copenhagen's red light district, which might make one nervous to walk the streets at night, but prostitution is legal in Denmark and the working girls dress down and act casually toward pedestrians. Personally, I think it gives the neighborhood some interest and I never felt unsafe. And the location, with easy access to the trains or walking distance to great restaurants, clubs and tourist sights makes it an easy hotel to recommend.
I also have to give extra props to the staff. Whether providing a late-night cup of tea, making dinner reservations, providing blankets to sit outside on the patio, offering general advice or ensuring we made it to the airport on time, they were delightful, helpful and spoke beautiful English - which as two language-challenged Americans, we greatly appreciated.
The breakfast spread was pretty typical of mid-range European hotels, with fresh bread & cheeses, cured meats, yogurts, fruit, hard-boiled eggs, etc. But the breakfast window was generous, and when you're stumbling into bed at 3am, finding food and coffee available at 11am is a wonderful thing.
Loved the Andersen, loved Copenhagen... GO!!!More
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