48hrs in Copenhagen | Where to Stay

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Hotel SP34
Sankt Peders Stræde 34
1453 Copenhagen C
T: +45 3313 3000

Checked in: 20/07/15

We stayed at SP34, a 4+ boutique hotel located on Sankt Peders Stræde in Copenhagen’s old Latin Quarter. The 118 room hotel is a twenty-five minute journey form the airport at a cost of 275DKK (£27), but is about a ten minute walk from Nørreport Station if you decide to get the train.

Check-in time for the hotel is at 3pm but we arrived at around 11am expecting to drop our bags off and they had a room ready for us, which was ideal. On arrival, the staff were extremely friendly and welcoming, answering any questions we had and inviting us to join them between 5pm and 6pm for the hotels daily wine hour for complimentary wine. The lounge and lobby area has a really relaxed positive vibe, which is perfect for enjoying a glass or two after a day of exploring. The hotel itself is very chic, blending Scandinavian style with influences of art and modern comforts.

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Our room was on the 5th floor and was clean and comfortable and spacious enough for two. Once again the decor is similar, you can’t really go wrong with grey walls, white linen and wood accents can you? The bathroom however featured a waterfall shower and was stocked with Ren toiletries, adding to the luxurious feel.

In terms of amenities, the hotel offers a gym, high speed internet access, a private cinema and three a la carte Restaurants with an adjoining roof terrace on the first floor. The location makes it ideal, with quick transportation links and many attractions such as Trivoli and the Rundetaarn within walking distance. I would stay here again without a doubt and recommend it to anyone looking to stay somewhere a little different. For more information and to book visit: http://www.brochner-hotels.dk/our-hotels/sp34/

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The next post in this series will explore ‘Where to Eat’ so be sure to check back!

Have you visited Copenhagen before, where did you stay? Does Hotel SP34 appeal to you?

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5 thoughts on “48hrs in Copenhagen | Where to Stay

  1. Indeed, but only if you are coming by plane. Other than that, I’d prefer a hotel in the city center. I also visited Hotel d’Anglettere. It’s crazily expensive, but looks absolutely amazing, too!

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