The wooden floors and the brick walls of the two-level penthouse apartment create a warm and cozy atmosphere every guest will love. On the ground floor you’ll find a big shared kitchen with a big living table while the top floor is private and has its own bathroom. It’s the perfect choice for a couple that want to enjoy some hygge moments by the fireplace and look at the stars from the wide window just above the bed. Located on Amager island, the stylish apartment is close to both the airport and the beach.
Cost per night: €82
Situated right next to the Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen’s central station, this newly renovated apartment is at one of the most central parts in the city. Vesterbro, the historic center and the neighborhood of Christiania are within walking distance. It has one bedroom and a common space with the living room and the kitchen. From elegant lamps and typical Danish sofas to Arne Jacobsen’s Ant Chairs, this polished apartment has the minimalist decor every Scandinavian house ought to have.
Cost per night: €124
This bohemian style apartment in the heart of Copenhagen’s coolest neighborhood, Nørrebro, is ideal for those who want to be away from the touristic center but in the middle of cozy cafés and restaurants. It has one bedroom and one modern decorated living room, both recently refurbished, that have a view of one of the city’s most beautiful parks. It’s located near the Dronning Louises Bro and the Lakes, which is one of the most vibrant spots in Copenhagen and only a few minutes walk from the city center.
Cost per night: €138
Located in Nørrebro, this house is ideal for those who want to get a taste of the city’s multicultural neighborhood and live among the bohemian crowd during their stay in Copenhagen. It has one bedroom, a cozy living room and a stylish kitchen that is decorated with Poul Henningsen’s artichoke lamp – adding a Scandinavian touch to the place. A large garden, a pool and a tennis court are accessible from the house for those who want to take a break from sightseeing and enjoy some moments of relaxation on a sunny day.
Cost per night: €153
Close to the hip area of Vesterbro and the quiet and stunning Frederiksberg Garden, this apartment is simply at the perfect location. It is surrounded by chic boutiques and design stores as well as restaurants and supermarkets. Decorated with the simplicity of the Scandinavian design and captivating paintings, the 140 square meter apartment is nothing less than stylish and elegant. It has three bedrooms and a bright living room, offering plenty of space for up to six guests.
Cost per night: €249
Decorated with the simplicity of the Scandinavian style, this penthouse offers to its guest a real insight of how a typical elegant Danish house looks like. Its location, in the heart of the city center, is perfect for those who plan to discover every hidden corner of Copenhagen and want their home to be in the perfect place for a pitstop during the day. It’s close to King’s Garden, Nørreport station and the historic Latin Quarter. The house’s private balcony offers great view to the Botanic Garden.
Cost per night: €277
What once used to be a Freemason mansion has now become a modern three-bedroom duplex. With daylight coming in through the apartment’s big windows and a six-meters high ceiling, the place is very bright and spacious. As it has been refurbished quite recently, every piece of furniture and equipment is brand new and super fashionable. It’s located in the city center and is a few minutes walk from the pedestrianized shopping street Strøget, the touristic neighborhood of Nyhavn and Amalienborg palace.
Cost per night: €375
This house that dates from 1890 elegantly combines classic and modern elements. Three spacious bedrooms – all of them with king or queen size beds, a huge living room and a fully equipped large kitchen comprise the luxurious apartment, which can accommodate seven people in total. There are also two balconies – one facing the west and the other the east side, and a common yard with a lovely barbeque corner. Children will be thrilled to know that there they’ll find swings and a trampoline that they can share with the neighbours’ kids.
Cost per night: €416
If you want to give yourself a special treat during your holidays in Copenhagen, this private villa will definitely do the trick. It is located in Frederiksberg, the posh neighborhood with the luxury classic houses and is close to the metro station, cafés and shops. There are two bedrooms and two children’s rooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a living room. In total, the villa can accommodate six people. No matter if you’re visiting the city in winter or during the summertime, you’ll be able to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the garden as there is also a greenhouse – which is ideal for the rainy days.
Cost per night: €485
Living in a 230 square meter house in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen’s high-end neighborhood is the dream of many locals – and not without reason. It’s one of the most peaceful and beautiful areas in the city, brimming with restaurants and elegant boutiques; plus it’s close to the city center. So, if you want to spend your days in Copenhagen like a high-class Copenhagener make sure to check-out this renovated classic house. It has two spacious living rooms and four bedrooms, all of them decorated with taste and elegancy, and can accommodate 10 people in total. The cute little terrace at the private backyard adds a special tone to the already delicate apartment.
Cost per night: €618