Denmark Hotels

From bustling Copenhagen to provincial Odense, Denmark has a great variety to offer travelers, and the Denmark lodging options are no exception. Many travelers focus their Denmark holiday on the capital city of Copenhagen, but others get a sense of the country's diversity by exploring a bit of the beautiful countryside as well. Whether the ideal Denmark lodging you have in mind is along the line of luxury hotels in Denmark or cheap Denmark accommodation, there are choices for all kinds of travelers.

Copenhagen is the charming Danish capital city exhibiting both European and Scandinavian influences and filled with historical palaces and castles, cobblestone streets, cathedrals, museums, and parks. A fun and easy city to explore, Copenhagen is a popular among tourists, and there are varied choices for Denmark hotels here. Denmark boasts a high standard of living, and Copenhagen is an expensive place to live. As a result, hotels in Denmark tend to be on the pricier side as well. For those willing to dish out big bucks for Denmark hotels, the Strand is a high-end waterfront hotel in Copenhagen. Bargain hunters can look in the Vesterbro district for bed and breakfasts and more affordable hotels. Luckily, since the city is relatively compact, hotels in most neighborhoods will be convenient for reaching local attractions.

While hotels in Denmark can be expensive, there are cheaper options available. For the cheapest, no-frills lodging in Copenhagen, hostels are the way to go. With the increase in young travelers around Europe, hostels have become popular in many major cities, and Copenhagen is no different. Denmark hostels are a safe, clean, and affordable option for lodging when you only need the bare minimum in amenities. The standards are rather higher here than what you'll find in some other European destinations, and you'll also pay a bit more. Often, a continental breakfast, free internet, and lockers for valuables are included. Some of the popular hostels in Copenhagen include the Sleep-In-Heaven, Nyhavn Boat Hostel, Danhostel Copenhagen City, and Absalon Annex. Some hostels have age requirements, so be sure to check ahead.

As you venture out of Copenhagen, you will visit towns that see less tourist traffic and therefore have fewer hotels than the visitor-filled Copenhagen. But the provincial cities still offer plenty of Denmark lodging for different tastes and budgets. In Odense, after a busy day of visiting the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen, you can rest your head at a popular hotel that is the namesake of the famous writer. There are also many centrally located Denmark hotels in Odense that are available for moderate prices, including the Hotel Odense, Ydes Hotel, and the Missionshotellet Ansga. If you prefer more luxurious accommodations, the Clarion Hotel Plaza is pricier, polished Danish hotel.



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