Denmark is a land of fame. This economically attractive land, however, is quite challenging for some tourists. This is because they might find it hard to find affordable hotels. If you want to stay in a beautiful hotel in Copenhagen without spending much, here’s what we recommend:
It starts from the Fox, a boutique art hotel opened in 2005 offering 61 double rooms from 96 euros per night.
With 88 euros, you can have bed and breakfast at the Hotel Sct. Thomas.
To the south of Central Station and overlooking the industrial area, the Wake-Up Copenhagen boasts interior design and double rooms at 68 euros per night.
The choice is then divided between the Tivoli Hotel, Hotel Christian IV, Copenhagen City Danhostel, Axel Hotel Copenhagen and Scandic Palace Hotel. But if you want something original, there ‘s Hotel Cph Living , all within a two-story boat docked at the quay.