København, Denmark
Posted almost 5 years ago
Axel Guldsmeden Hotel
Axel has a few locations in Copenhagen, and around the world. This is an eco friendly hotel that has earned a green globe certification. All of their hotels are very charming and have amazing ambiance and atmosphere. Their 5 star location- the Manon Les Suites has a pool in the courtyard and the hotel rooms surrounding it. There is also a rooftop bar and restaurant that are great if there is sun out! We stayed at the Guldsmeden location which Is equally as cute and more affordable. The rooms were cozy and the beds are very comfortable. There is a great restaurant and garden to have breakfast lunch or dinner! It’s a 3 minute walk from the train station and under 30 min walk to all the best restaurants/ bars and shopping- so the location is great!
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