Getting by train to København, Denmark, is easy and highly recommended – when coming from central Europe you’ll cross the water on long bridges two times (Lillebælt and Storebælt). When doing so it is always nice to have a hotel close to the railway station. One of these is the Andersen Boutique Hotel conveniently located only three minutes on foot from the København H main railway stop. It is a beautiful boutique hotel with nice rooms and friendly staff.
What I really liked about the hotel is the daily happy hour in which they serve free wine – a good start into the afternoon. Areas around railway stations are often not so nice and clean, but that is different in København. The only annoying thing is that some prostitutes are searching for customers in front of the hotel. But that wouldn’t keep me from booking again – it is a really good hotel with a nice breakfast buffet and they also rent bicycles – important in a bicycle-friendly city like this. And the location is absolutely unbeatable for people travelling by train!
Andersen Boutique Hotel
1653 København – Vesterbro