What travellers think

Travellers that stayed here think this hostel is best for

  • Sightseeing
  • Relaxing
  • Nature-lovers
  • Culture


We bought Copenhagen Cards at the Tourist Office at the airport and found them easy to use and good value for the amount of trips and visits we made. We caught the 5a then 4a bus to the Hostel as this stops at the end of the drive. As the Hostel is a little remote popping out to the shops is not an easy option but we enjoyed our 60dk breakfast provided in the smart canteen. Remember to factor in the cost of bedding.


Avatar for Terry


Thu 18 Dec 2014

It is a 20-minute bus ride from the city train station, and there are no places to eat or buy food nearby. The bus stop to go to the city is in front of the hostel, but the bus stop from the city is a long block further away, which can be confusing when you first arrive. The hostel charges extra for everything, including sheets, cooking utensils, and breakfast (which is adequate but not spectacular). It has vending machines and a good laundry. Common areas are very good, upstairs and down.


Avatar for Ann


Sat 25 Oct 2014