Hotels in Denmark

Thinking of going to a place that tops the lists of happy people in the Nordics? Denmark is the place to go! In our series of articles about European countries we present Denmark! Famous for the amusement park Tivoli, red Danish sausages, Danish pastry and their handsome Royal Family Denmark is high up on the wish list of many travelers. But Denmark, the smallest country in the Nordics has so much more to offer!

Book cheap hotels in Denmark

Would you like to get an insight into the most beautiful hotels in Denmark? It is a beautiful holiday destination. You can enjoy here: a wooded area, great restaurants, old churches and buildings and a very warm culture. There are many different hotels. The most affordable budget hotels are available from €86,00 per room. Are you looking for a luxury accommodation? A hotel room will cost you about €177,00 per overnight stay. You have many options here for a sun holiday. It is also popular in winter. Book your conveniently located hotel room in Denmark at the lowest rate. Compare the best providers below and find the best deals.

CountryDenmark
Capital cityCopenhagen
Average hotel price€139,00
Local languageDanish
Payment methodDanish krone (DKK)
Favorable travel timeApril to October
Number of inhabitants5.882.261
Surface area43094 km2
Time zoneUTC−04:00-UTC+01:00 (CET)
Flag carrierScandinavian Airlines
Major Airport Copenhagen Airport (IATA:CPH)
Government websitewww.regeringen.dk

Before you leave
Are you planning your trip to Denmark? Make sure you are well prepared. The capital is Copenhagen. The currency is Danish krone (DKK). The Danish time zone is UTC−04:00-UTC+01:00 (CET). The most common language(s): Danish. The current population is about 5.882.261 citizens in the country. The total land area of the country is 43094 km2. Some additional practical info: the default voltage is 230 V, 50 Hz and the type of electrical sockets is C / E / F / K. The international access code is +45.

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Tourist regions for a hotel stay in Denmark

Denmark has versatile holiday areas. Below you will find a summary of beautiful regions. You can then find an explanation and check the current hotel offer. Tip: also inquire about hotel accommodations in Taiwan or Bosnia And Herzegovina.

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Details about public transportation in Denmark

Denmark offers many options for public transport. An important airport in this country is Copenhagen Airport. Good transfers are available. The flag carrier is Scandinavian Airlines. They offer good conditions. Also research the last-minute deal options. Via www.regeringen.dk you will find additional explanations about: city tax (tourism), hospital care and passport control.

Typical hotel prices

Danish hotel prices can vary quite a bit. We place a price indication in the following table.

Hotel classRates
Basic hotel€86,00
Standard room€139,00
Luxurious accommodation€177,00
Weekend holiday€417,00
Dinner (per person)€54,00
Expected rates for an hotel stay in Denmark

Climate & Weather Forecasts July 2024

Denmark is a special country. Take into account a Temperate oceanic climate. The average temperature here is 8,8 degrees Celsius. Keep in mind some cooler temperatures in winter. During this period it is about -3,9 degrees Celsius. In the summer it is warmer. About 19,7 degrees centigrade. In the table below we show the weather forecast for this week.

The best places to visit in Denmark

1. Copenhagen

Capital of Denmark and first out to be presented is Copenhagen. You will be able to spend a week in the capital of Denmark without being bored and still have new stuff left to see, but lets look at the essential must-see things for the first time visitor in Copenhagen.

Rådhuset, the beautiful 18th century city hall is what you will probably first run into as it is found right by the square where the famous pedestrian shopping street Ströget starts. Ströget is littered with nice little shops, from the high-end brands to small Danish boutiques.

Denmark and Copenhagen is famous for chocolates and Danish pastries and along this street you will be sure to find pastry shops and chocolate stores as well as brew pubs, as the Danes are also famous for their love of beer! The little mermaid is the pride of Copenhagen and sits on her rock in the sea fairly close to the city center.

When in Copenhagen try something new; at Experimentarium you can challenge your knowledge of physics and every day technology as well as experiment with apparatus you have never come across before. For the more traditional traveler a visit to Tivoli, Copenhagen’s 100-year-old amusement park is a must, to bring out the child within.

If you happen to be in Copenhagen around Christmas, check out the Christmas market at Tivoli, complete with Santa Land and all! Don’t miss Copenhagen’s alternative hippie village Christiania, with most of the houses built by the artistic inhabitants of this cooperative.

Hotel-tips Kopenhagen

  1. Axel Guldsmeden Hotels
  2. Hotel NH Collection Copenhagen
  3. Best Western Plus Hotel City

2. Aarhus

In the beautiful city of Aarhus you will be taken back in time by strolling around one of Denmark’s nicest open air museums The houses date back several hundred years and the area is packed with history.

The cobblestoned streets, the typical Danish old style architecture with its beautiful doors in entrances often lined by rose bushes makes throws you right into fairy tale land. Take a horse carriage around the Old town of Aarhus or shop in the little stores that are set up exactly as they where hundreds of years ago.

The town of Aarhus is also a place known for its museums and visiting the Aarhus museum in the old town gives you a hint of what it was like living here hundreds of years ago. The Aarhus arts museum is another museum well worth a visit.

Top-3 hotels Aarhus

  1. Villa Provence Hotel
  2. Hotel Oasia Aarhus
  3. Hotel Royal

3. Odense

Odense is an amazingly beautiful town with lots to see and do! It is the city of H.C. Andersen, the famous Danish author, the man who wrote the Little Mermaid and other famous children’s books.

Start your visit to Odense with a visit to the H.C Andersen museum to get to know the son of the city a bit better. In a city where the traffic lights by the zebra crossings has a H.C Andersen instead of the normal walking man you are always aware of the greatness of the author.

Not to mention the statues of the characters of his books that you are likely to run into. Not to miss in Odense and adjacent to the H.C Andersen museum is also the Tinderbox which is a place where stories come to life, highly recommended for families.

Best hotels in Odense

  1. Comwell H.C. Andersen Odense Dolce by Wyndham
  2. Hotel Odeon
  3. First Hotel Grand

4. Aalborg

In Aalborg, Denmark’s fourth city in size leaves nobody untouched with its 18th century city center and narrow pretty streets. In Aalborg you can go back in time to the Viking ages and learn more about their burial tradition on the impressive Linholm Hoje site just north of the city.

The hill boosts a large number of Viking burial sites, classic stone formations that remind us of Stonehenge and bear witness of the times gone by. Don’t miss to visit the interesting Viking museum to learn about the Viking culture and tradition!

Most populair hotels in Aalborg

  1. Pier 5 Hotel
  2. Radisson Blu Limfjord Hotel, Aalborg
  3. Zleep Hotel Aalborg

5. Helsingor

The city of Helsingor is coastal town just a 20 minute ferry ride from Sweden, with the twin city of Helsingborg on the Swedish coast just opposite of the water. Helsingor has long been a place where people cross the border to go shopping and spend the day in a cozy small town environment having Danish pastry and Danish beer, and just enjoy themselves.

The impressive fort that sits just on the water in Helsingor is Kronborg Castle, famous under the name Elsinore in Hamlet. Don’t miss the world famous Lousiana Art Gallery that is to be found just outside Helsingor and that has splendid permanent exhibitions all year around, and sometimes displays really special art in their temporary exhibitions as well.

The Louisiana Art Gallery outside Helsingborg has a beautiful garden so people also come there to spend the day in lovely settings looking at art and having lunch at the exquisite restaurant.

Denmark is best visited in spring or summer, when the weather is nice and everything is lush and green. Another good time to visit Denmark is in winter, when snow has fallen around Christmas when you can walk around in any town just enjoying the spirit of this happy country in a holiday mode.

Our top-3 hotels in Helsingor

  1. Marienlyst Strandhotel
  2. Hotel Hamlet
  3. Comwell Borupgaard