- english, french, german, swedish, Danish, norwegian
Check-in: 5:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Authentic Copenhagen historic property
We had an excellent time and everything in the apartment worked for our Copenhagen vacation. The kitchen was well equipped (no microwave, but all else). The new metro stop is still under construction literally right in front of the flat. Work is only in the daytime. It will be most convenient for travel when done. The bedroom is in the far back so it was amazingly quiet for sleeping despite any sounds up front. There are shops right around the corner for coffee and everything else. Two blocks away is the waterfront with dozens of superb restaurants. The view out the front windows of the apartment is of the Marble Church...a major historic site. It closes at 5 pm so it makes a quiet neighbor too... and it’s spectacular to look at. We had a great time. Super convenient and classy.
Perfectly situated and surprisingly homey.
Snuggled under the shadow of the might Marble Church, and a two minute walk to the royal palaces, and a ten minute walk to the National Design Museum, this apartment was ideally situated for my wife and me. Despite work on a new metro station in front of the handsome building, it was quiet. Walls of books, many original pictures, and nice furniture gave a homey feel--quite different from so many Ikea furnished vacation apts. Kitchen has all necessary utensils. Only drawback is the queen bed takes up the entire "bedroom." One person must crawl over the other for midnight missions.....
Great location except the metro construction
Charming older apartment which shows wear. As others nots bed while very comfortable takes up most of the bedroom. Kitchen supplies minimal.
Great location and nice apartment with real character
On a street with the 'Marble Church' right on the other side, it's about a 10 minute walk from Kongens Nytorv, the square with a busy underground station that connects to the main rail station and to Kastrup airport. On the ground floor with a roomy living room and big windows, a combination dining room/library, small but well-equipped kitchen. Downsides are the small bedroom with a queen-sized bed that fills the space, making it hard to make up, and necessitating climbing over one's bedmate if one gets up during the night, and not much room to hang clothes up or place luggage. Kitchen and bedroom windows look out onto a shared interior courtyard; there is a (free) washer but no dryer in the basement. Bathroom is shower only with a curtain, no enclosure. We love to walk and basically all of touristic Copenhagen is within walking distance if you don't think 30-40 minutes is too much. Construction of a new subway line is still going on (summer 2018) at a snail's pace, so part of the street is blocked off (no traffic!), but we heard no noise. The apartment is full of traditional furniture, paintings, and other objets d'art obviously collected by the owners over many years, which give it real character.
Very old and historical building.
Great place to stay but the renovation of the magnificent Marble Church next to the apartment was a problem for getting around. Other then that we enjoyed our stay there.
Review for stay from 13 July 2017 to 19 July 2017
The apartament was very good and is very well located. The only thing I will suggest is to get the TV with any foreing channel, there were only danish channels