The Happiest Place on the Earth
As the slogan suggests, Denmark is the happiest place on Earth. Denmark is full of tourists attracted to places. It is a place which seems to be expensive for some of the people. This place is an expensive expat destination and the cost of living is high, even by European standards. The good news for expats in Denmark is that they can expect a very high quality of life. Especially for those with children, which might make up for the high cost of living.
Here is the list of some cheap Hotels in Denmark
Hotel Astoria, København
Located a stone’s throw away from Copenhagen Central Station, Hotel Astoria is within walking distance of the city center, the Tivoli Gardens, and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek and other notable museums. The three-star hotel offers different types of rooms, all equipped with the necessary amenities to offer a unique stay to its guests.
4 Banegårdspladsen, København V København, 1570, Denmark
Wakeup Copenhagen, Borgergade
Designed by the renowned architect Kim Utzon and decorated with the minimalism that Scandinavian design requires. Wakeup Copenhagen can easily be compared to renowned stylish hotels, except when it comes to the prices. With its special offers and room prices that start from 400DKK (US$64.75), WakeUp hotel is definitely suitable for travelers who don’t want to break the bank. Guests will find many different types of rooms, all of them carefully designed to meet their needs.
City Hotel Nebo, København
Nebo’s philosophy is that everyone should be able to afford accommodation in Copenhagen, and the hotel makes sure to offer its rooms at low prices. Rooms are separated into three different categories based on the facilities provided. These are economy, low economy, and standard, and prices differ accordingly. Being located in Istedgade, one of Copenhagen’s hippest and most vivid streets, Nebo is the perfect choice for backpackers and millennials who want to be in the heart of the city’s nightlife.
Copenhagen Go Hotel, Kastrup
Copenhagen Go Hotel is located on Amager Island, not far away from the airport. It’s a great hotel for layovers and for those who don’t mind staying a little way away from the city center. After all, Copenhagen is a small city, so getting to Nørreport Station from Copenhagen Go Hotel won’t take you more than 20 minutes. Single, double, triple, and family rooms can accommodate all types of tourists for one or more nights, with prices starting at 399DKK (US$64.55).
Hotel Sct. Thomas, København
Hotel Sct Thomas is located between Frederiksberg, Copenhagen’s poshest area, and Vesterbro, the city’s hippest neighborhood, where Meatpacking District welcomes the town’s coolest crowd every night. The three-star hotel has 60 rooms and two apartments. Also, they are having conference rooms, all of which are elegantly decorated.
Some sites which you can use to book Hotels for yourself
Post By, Shubham Sharma