|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£215|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£221|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£257|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£225|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£155|
There's plenty to do in Denmark's capital. From enjoying an afternoon at the Tivoli Gardens amusement park, taking romantic snaps in front of the Little Mermaid sculpture, gasping at the regal architecture at Christiansborg Palace, to soaking up the bohemian vibes in Christiania.
You can get even more from a trip to Copenhagen with money-saving packages. Find affordable, high-quality hotels, add in essentials like car hire, and have money to spare to shop, relax, and visit all of the attractions you'd like to see. It's a convenient, easy and smart way to travel.
Copenhagen is a great destination all year-round. Mid-summer is the busiest period (July and August), so you might want to give those months a miss. Instead, anytime from April to June, and September to early November should ensure good weather and cheaper deals.
Located on Colbjørnsensgade not far from the Tivoli Gardens, the Hotel Ansgar will suit almost everyone. It's a bit tucked away (keeping it nice and peaceful) and elegantly situated in a 19th century building. Traveling from the airport is simple too, thanks to the 700 bus, which takes just 17 mins.
Another all-round winner is the 71 Nyhavn Hotel. This 4-star hotel overlooks the harbor, providing stunning vistas, and has been converted from a 19th century warehouse. It has big TVs, friendly staff and reliable wi-fi. It's also very close to Kongens Nytorv Metro station, putting the airport within easy reach.For family holidays in Copenhagen:
Right next to Copenhagen's premier amusement park and generally close to most central attractions, the Tivoli Hotel is hard to beat for families. The Metro or local buses will take you there from the airport in just 30 mins.
A great family-friendly central option, the Admiral Hotel scores highly with its bar restaurant, superb views of the harbor and Opera House, and services that families will love, such as bike rental and a large parking lot. You can easily get there via Metro Line M2.For romantic holidays in Copenhagen:
Offering large, private holiday apartments, STAY Copenhagen is well suited to couples seeking seclusion and a convenient location. It even has an organic supermarket on-site. Expect taxis from the airport to get there in less then 30 mins.
Adding a royal touch for romantic escapes, the Kong Arthur Hotel makes guests feel right at home with its well-equipped spa and restaurants serving up Spanish, Japanese and Italian delicacies. It's just outside the center, a short walk from Nørreport station.For luxury holidays in Copenhagen:
A luxury retreat at the heart of the city, the Copenhagen Island Hotel mixes wonderful harbor views with plenty of facilities, including a fitness center. It's also pet-friendly, so the luxury can extend to all family members. And the hotel is just 15 mins walk from Copenhagen Central Station, putting it within easy reach of the airport.
The postmodern architectural brilliance of the AC Hotel Bella Sky is matched by its classic Danish interior designs, 4-star spa, stylish cocktail bar and the gastronomic charm of the BASALT restaurant. Subways, shuttles and taxis mean that visitors can get there from the airport in under 30 mins.For budget holidays in Copenhagen:
Deceptively affordable, the elegant Richmond Hotel is a budget gem. Located close to Tivoli and the city center, it serves up fine food and provides a comfortable 3-star experience. It's just 14 mins away by train from the airport, so getting to your accommodation is hassle-free.
Really close to the Central Station on Banegårdspladsen, the Hotel Astoria is well-placed for budget visitors. It's a great base for shopping, nightlife and watching the Tivoli fireworks, and thanks to the station transferring from the airport is easy.