Beautiful light room right in the heart of Copenhagen. The room is place in a very green area close to the amazing Frederiksberg Garden, the Zoo and Copenhagen Central Station. The street is very peaceful and 5 min. walk to many city center bus connections. When you arrive at the airport, you can take the Metro to Frederiksberg, and then bus 18 to Frederiksberg Garden, and then walk down Frederiksberg Alle, my street are on you right hand.
“The place is so convenient right at Metro Station which can lead you to anywhere in Copenhagen. She is very helpful by giving you details if you are the first time coming to town and do not know how to catch the public transportation. Highly recommend!”
Hyggelig lille 2 værelses lejlighed på en af de mest populære og hyggelige gader i København også kendt som "lille Paris" tæt på alt.
“Anna-Sofia’s place is lovely. The apartment is very nicely located in the ‘quartier français’ - everything is close by, little boutiques, cafés, supermarkets, metro, etc. Anna’s place is very cosy and warm - it is small and typically danish but equipped perfectly and it has an excellent bed. Anna’s is very thorough and welcoming. I would definitely recommend to friends. :-)”
The room is in our house but with its own entrance. It is close to the airport and within walking distance from the Royal Arena, Bella Center and Fields, a big shopping center with restaurants, cinemas, etc. You’ll love our place because of the outdoors space, the neighborhood, and the comfy bed(s). Our place is good for solo adventurers and business travelers, as well as for couples. There is good public transportation (bus, Metro and train) close by.
“The room and house where the word “cozy” was perfect. The couple were very kind and had a very courteous message during check-in. The nearest station was very convenient because there is one station from the airport to one station, Copenhagen. Is it about 15 minutes walk from the station? It may be a little hard when you have heavy luggage, but the area around your home is quiet and really nice. In Denmark, it has become a place to visit again as much as the Louisiana Museum of Art.”