Our family of 4 stayed at Copenhagen Plaza for 6 nights. We used the hotel as a base to explore Copenhagen and then did an day & overnight to Malmo,Sweden and a 2 day roundtrip cruise to Oslo. The central train station is 45 seconds from the hotel's front door, which made it super convenient to get around. Tivoli Gardens is across the street, although it does not open until April 12 so we could not make a visit there. Hard Rock Cafe is also across the street. 3 minute walk to Town Hall square and another minute to the pedestrian street that has all of the shopping. As a result of using the hotel for a base to travel from, we stayed in 3 different rooms. The 4 person rooms are sufficiently big, consisting of two sets of 2 single beds pushed together. Don't know why all of the hotels we stayed at in Scandanavia use a duvet cover instead of top sheets and blanket for coverup. Bathrooms are good sized for Europe, with hair dryer, shampoo, body lotion and shower gel provided. There is a safe in each room and sufficient closet space for hanging clothes. Overall the rooms were very comfortable, but not fancy. If you are looking for fancy modern furnishings then you probably should go somewhere else.
The staff was excellent and were able to let us leave our suitcases in a secure room when we traveled. This allowed us to take small carry-on bags with us for our out of town ventures and then come back a day or 2 later to be in Copenhagen. There is a free computer for use in the lobby you can use, as well as free internet service in your room.
Breakfast is included in the room rate and is well worth it. The buffet runs until 10:30 weekdays and 11:30 on weekends. All meals are very expensive ( breakfast at some hotels we researched were $25 per person) in Copenhagen and for our family it allowed us to eat a snack during the afternoon and then eat again at dinner. The buffet offered a couple types of eggs, sausage, bacon, baked beans, 3-4 types of cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt, couple types of meats and cheeses, salmon and a tray full of different pastries from a local pastry shop. Coffee, teas, milk, orange juice and apple juice are available for beverages.
The Library bar on ground floor is really cool and a great place for a drink. Has a strong reputation for its cozy feel and atmosphere. On the weekend there was a singer and piano player and the clientle were more upscale. There is a post in the lobby that has plaques from the 100 celebrities that have stayed there (lots of musicians). Enjoyed looking at the list of famous people that have slept there.
Overall we were very pleased with our stay the hotel and would certainly stay there again as a family or just as a couple. The staff was extremely helpful and everyone speaks English. Really enjoyed our visit to Copenhagen.
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- Traditional Club-like Hotel with classic, grand-hotel ambiance, built by King Frederik VIII. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Copenhagen Plaza Hotel Copenhagen
- Plaza Hotel Copenhagen