1. Ibsens Hotel http://www.arthurhotels.dk/ibsens-hotel/photo-gallery/

Ibsens Hotel feels like a home away from home, filled with warmth lit up by the fireplace and colorful furnishings. The laid back living room with trendy interior decorations, Eames chairs and and Danish design makes a pretty identical version of a typical and cozy Copenhagen apartment. Located only a 5 minute walk from Nørreport Station, Ibsens hotel is a cool and contemporary accommodation option in the heart of Copenhagen’s hippest neighborhood.

2. Wake up: https://www.wakeupcopenhagen.com

If you are looking for a cool, modern and affordable place to wake up in Copenhagen, we recommend staying at Wake Up Copenhagen. Designed by Kim Utzon, with functionality, design and comfort as a main goal, Wake up caters to the modern budget traveler. Each room has flat screen TV’s, desk and free WIFI. The prices are low and the location convenient. Rooms cater to singles, families, groups and couples.

3. Hotel Danmark: http://www.brochner-hotels.dk/da/vores-hoteller/hotel-danmark/billeder/

Hotel Danmark is part of the Brøchner Hotel Group who also own boutique hotel; SP34 and Hotel Astoria. At Hotel Danmark, the location is a prominent feature, located between The national Museum, City Hall Square and an astonishing 127 single steps from Tivoli – yes that’s right…127 steps, come count them yourself. Hotel Danmark is neither new nor streamlined, but it offers a unique charm hard to find elsewhere. Here you can experience classic open-faced sandwiches at the nearby restaurant; Tivolihallen and enjoy a full complimentary and 100%  ecological breakfast inside the cosy courtyard – and remember Whine Hour is between 5 – 6 pm.

4. Hotel Sct Thomas: http://www.hotelsctthomas.dk/index.php?page=home&hl=en_US

What used to house the Germans during World War II and later an old apartment building and a hospital, Sct. Thomas is now a hotel rooted in the history of the beautiful old building still standing high. This is the only hotel located on the beautiful avenue; Frederiksberg Allé, peacefully running from busy Vesterbrogade to the beautiful and tranquil Frederiksberg Garden and Frederiksberg Castle. Here you can stay close to the city, yet away from the noise. Experience Copenhagen’s many theatres and and the close proximity to shopping, dining and entertainment with Tivoli and The Lakes are just a 10 minute walk away and go shopping in the “Little Paris” the Frenchy street; Værnedamsvej – a highly recommended place to stay in a very local area of Copenhagen.

5. Hotel Bethel: http://hotel-bethel.dk/index.php/en/

Sitting on the Canal in Nyhavn is a hotel – in fact it is a Seaman’s home. The first seaman’s home was introduced in Greenland in 1962 and it was a place where fishermen and sailors could come in, read the paper, call home and have a talk and a cup of coffee. Here people always had a spare minute – or hour – to just sit and listen. How wonderful! Today, most of the old Seaman Homes are turned into hotels, and Hotel Bethel is one of them. Stay here to experience the true feeling of Nyhavn, as you are literally right on the Canal. The location is superb, the rooms spacious and the beds comfy, everything accompanied by friendly staff, traditional Danish breakfast and wide-screen TV.