From airy lofts and modern digs to family townhouses and regal penthouse suites, explore the Danish capital while staying in a home rather than a hotel with Culture Trip’s recommendations of the best Airbnbs in Copenhagen.
Ideal for families
This Scandi-designed apartment has a lovely garden that’s perfect for children | Courtesy of Julie / Airbnb
Nestled in the beautiful surroundings of the affluent Hellerup district, this Scandi-designed apartment is a welcome slice of local prettiness for those seeking comfort and solace. A short walk from the sea, the lodging offers scenic views of Copenhagen from the roof balcony, where you can also catch the morning rays or the crisp autumn sunsets. The garden helps keep the little ones entertained and the large, communal dining table gives you the option of hosting inside.
This aesthetic space is close to the lively Meatpacking District | Courtesy of Henning / Airbnb
With an industrial structure complemented by a Modernist renovation, this minimalist, bright loft is the ultimate choice for those looking to explore the city after dark. Start your day with a cup of coffee on the windowsill bench and then head out a café in hip Frederiksberg. After a night out in the adjacent Meatpacking District, famous for its selection of food joints, bars and clubs, you’ll come home to an artfully decorated lounge and dining room with an edgy aesthetic. As with most Copenhagen residences, the bathroom is pretty tight, making it an ideal stay for a solo traveller or a couple.
Centrally located, this apartment is close to many of Copenhagen’s tourist attractions | Courtesy of Andre / Airbnb
You’ll find a light-filled lounge, eclectic decoration and designer decor in this arty Airbnb in the capital’s French Quarter. Mixing the creative vibe with modernity, the apartment has two sinks cut out from stones and a beautiful walk-in shower, blending perfectly with the kooky decor. The loft apartment is not overly kid-friendly, so it’s best suited to a couple looking to soak up the atmosphere of Frederiksberg. Centrally located, the accommodation is close to a host of tourist attractions.
This loft has two bedrooms, making it ideal for a young family | Courtesy of Viviane / Airbnb
This historic home was built in the 19th century to provide housing for local workers at the shipyards, and guests get a rare opportunity to experience a true example of Copenhagen family life here, as these properties are usually handed down through families and rarely come onto the housing market. With beautiful decor consisting of light pink, white and red walls, the loft has two bedrooms, making it great for a young family. Located close to central Copenhagen near the chic neighbourhood of Nørrebro and family-friendly Østerbro, the apartment is surrounded by many shops, restaurants, cafés and galleries.
This loft can house five people who are looking to share a space in central Copenhagen | Courtesy of Into This Place / Airbnb
If you are someone who likes mod cons, this is the space for you. Designed by a professional team, this Airbnb has a minimalist yet chic vibe to it. The spacious apartment is situated beside the Danish Design Museum, and is painted in white with a colourful interior. With two super suites, a full kitchen and a very stylish lounge, the loft can accommodate five people looking to share a space in central Copenhagen. A mere 15-minute walk away is Nyhavn, the popular harbour known for its colourful buildings and bustling atmosphere.
This apartment’s interior includes eclectic artworks and floor-to-ceiling windows | Courtesy of Troels / Airbnb
What is Copenhagen if not one large harbour? Embracing the history of the city as a leading trade port and a town built on the Baltic Coast, this open-plan canalside apartment has ‘family holiday’ written all over it. Bunk beds are placed in the second room, making it ideal for children looking to experience the beauty of waterside living. Completely renovated, the flat’s interior includes eclectic artworks and floor-to-ceiling windows. Have breakfast in the kitchen that overlooks the canal and start your day by visiting one of Copenhagen’s many museums, cultural attractions and landmarks that are within easy reach.
This apartment is centrally located and very reasonably priced | Courtesy of Airbnb / Shena Clair Georgina
Want to experience all that Nørrebro – an upcoming area of the city – has to offer, but don’t quite have the budget? This creatively designed apartment, decorated with vivid posters, art, books and plants, will fit two people looking to get a feel of authentic Copenhagen. The arty home has a vintage feel, as it’s fitted out with Mid-Century Danish furniture and features an impressive selection of vinyl records. It’s centrally located and surrounded by a wide range of wine bars, bodegas and vintage boutiques, as well as museums and parks.
Admire the incredible artworks in this luxury apartment | Courtesy of Jesper / Airbnb
Looking for the perfect place to take your family, but don’t want to compromise on a stunning display of art and design? This luxury Nørrebro Airbnb has two bedrooms and a brilliant selection of artworks by contemporary Danish artists. With exposed floors and white walls and ceilings, it’s a benchmark for the lauded Scandi style. The apartment can accommodate up to eight people.
This charming apartment is spacious enough for larger groups | Courtesy of Else / Airbnb
With a funky decoration, this apartment can fit four people looking to stay in an open, airy space. It’s decorated with eclectic furniture and has a small balcony. Situated in a charming street close to the Meatpacking District in central Copenhagen, it’s practical yet stylish, featuring colourful art hanging on the walls and a large golden mirror with impressive details. As your home away from home, this Vesterbro apartment is close to many of the city’s most famous tourist attractions, such as the Tivoli Gardens.