Danhostel Copenhagen City – Renovation and New Design

The newly renovated Danhostel Copenhagen City has arguably the best views in Copenhagen.  The hostel continues to offer the best accommodation at competitive prices. Walk into the renovated lobby of Danhostel Copenhagen City and be pleasantly surprised at the ambiance.   This is no ordinary hostel.  It is Europe’s largest five-star design hostel, which offers fantastic views.

Channels are in city Copenhagen

Danhostel Copenhagen City has the perfect location.  Situated just ten minutes from Central station, next to the harbour at Langebro and the swim baths, it is centrally located with fabulous views of the city and harbour.  Copenhagen Street Food, or Papirøen, a street food market, is just a short walk way.


There are sixteen storeys, but do not worry – the lift stops on all floors.  With over one thousand beds available in one hundred and ninety-two large rooms, it is the perfect location for groups, families and events.   All rooms are en-suite with space for up to ten guests in each room.


Take a tour of the renovated restaurant, and bar, Bar50, which serves a variety of soft and alcoholic drinks, tea, coffee, sandwiches, cakes and snacks. Buy a large breakfast buffet each morning and take in the spectacular views while you prepare for a day in the city.


Come back in the evening to a party atmosphere at Danhostel Copenhagen City.  Bluegrass, soul, reggae, electronic music, and DJ night are just some of the entertainment provided regularly.

Expect to receive great customer service.  The staff are multilingual and welcome guests from – on average – fifty countries each month.  Free WIFI is available in the entire hostel and free use of tablets is available in the lobby.


Get the latest news about all the activities in the city and surrounding areas.  Meet each day in the lobby and join the free guided city tour.  If you prefer to do a bicycle tour, join the hostel’s guided bike tour. Find out more about the best places to see, where to go and what to do in Copenhagen when you speak to someone at the reception desk, which is open twenty-four hours.



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