The Best Holiday Apartments to Book in Copenhagen

Book a holiday apartment for a more independent stay in cool Copenhagen
Book a holiday apartment for a more independent stay in cool Copenhagen | Courtesy of Charlottehaven Apartments / Expedia
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1 October 2021

If you want to travel with more independence or prefer to share with a group of friends or family, an apartment might be a better option than a hotel. The capital of Denmark isn’t known to be a cheap city, so having the opportunity to cook food will bring costs down considerably. Luckily, the city has a brilliant selection of apartments to choose from. Explore Nyhavn or the famous Little Mermaid statue from these top holiday apartments in Copenhagen, now bookable through Culture Trip.

Nord Hotel Apartments

Airy living room with high ceilings, low grey couch, round wall mirror, TV, sisal rug and balcony at Nord Hotel Apartments
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There is no management on site at this self check-in stay, but the spacious apartments offer a 24/7 concierge to assist with everything from booking a restaurant to transport arrangements. From a studio for two – plus a little one – to a superior apartment, sleeping up to 10 people, there’s a unit for everyone. Apartments come with a full kitchen including an oven, fridge and stove as well as a washer-dryer.

Charlottehaven Apartments

Bright minimalist bedroom with desk, wraparound windows and balcony with views of buildings at Charlottehaven Apartments
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Newly renovated Charlottehaven Apartments have classic Danish design, spread across 16 floors with stunning views across the water to Sweden. Eco-conscious travellers will appreciate sustainable touches, like rooftop solar panels and geothermal heating. Charlottehaven is in the Østerbro neighbourhood, and nearby Nordhavn is among the up-and-coming spots in the city with lots of new restaurants and superb cafes – don’t miss Juno the Bakery.

Aperon Apartment Hotel

Airy dining area with wood table, pale wood floors, high ceilings and glass partition to bedroom at Aperon Apartment Hotel
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There’s no reason to leave your apartment here, as it has everything you could think of: super-fast internet, Netflix on a 50-inch TV, Nespresso coffee maker and modern Danish design. However, with such a central location, you’ll be easily drawn to explore its surrounding streets. Right in the middle of the inner city, it’s just a short walk to Nørreport station. Take a walk across to Christianshavn to wander among the canals and climb the famous spire of the Church of Our Saviour.

STAY Bryggen Apartment Copenhagen

Indoor gym with dark blue walls, subtle lighting and gym equipment at STAY Bryggen Apartment Copenhagen
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Fancy a three-bedroom penthouse apartment on the 13th floor with outstanding views across Amager Fælled? If you’re just travelling as a pair, opt for the one-bedroom suite. All of these Copenhagen holiday apartments include a fully equipped kitchen with high-end appliances, plus there’s a steam room in the fitness centre downstairs. Islands Brygge, an outstanding example of urban redevelopment, is brilliantly connected to the city centre and the immediate area around the apartment offers plenty to explore. The harbour baths are popular on summer days.

Rosenborg Hotel Apartments

Scandi-chic living room in greys and blues with large arched window and large potted palm at Rosenborg Hotel Apartments
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The perfect location for shopping and sightseeing, these apartments will put you right in the centre of it all. Two- and three-bedroom apartments sleep from five to eight people, and include fully equipped kitchens, plus laundry facilities for longer stays. Rosenborg is a hop, skip and a jump from Runde Tårn, which is a must during your stay. Take the long walk up inside and be rewarded with wonderful views once you hit the top. While you’re there grab lunch at the organic sausage cart.

Adina Apartment Hotel

Indoor pool with brown and copper mosaic tiles, globe light fixtures and jacuzzi at end with loungers at Adina Apartment Hotel
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Make yourself at home in one of the 128 units – studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments – offered at Adina Apartment Hotel. A real treat here is that you can enjoy the heated indoor pool, sauna and fitness centre. The on-site dining in the Storehouse restaurant is highly rated, book a table for dinner. Located in the Østerbro neighbourhood, Adina is close to attractions including the Little Mermaid, the Marble Church and Amalienborg Palace.

Arthur Aparts Copenhagen

Stylish living room with brown couch, retro plum velvet chairs, potted plants and photo wall art at Arthur Aparts Copenhagen
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Tucked inside the Hotel Kong Arthur, you’ll find two spacious three-bedroom apartments which sleep six people and are equipped with kitchens and jetted bathtubs. You’ll find the fridge handily stocked with essentials, including welcome beers and wine. Make use of the hotel’s Ni’mat spa, parking and room service if you don’t fancy cooking. The transport hub of Nørreport is nearby, but if you don’t fancy catching the train, join the Danes on a bike: rental is available on-site.

Dinesen Collection – Royal Theatre

Giant Scandi-chic living-dining space with pale wood floors, navy sofa and dining table at Dinesen Collection – Royal Theatre
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You just know you’re in for something special when your holiday apartment is called a suite. At the Dinesen Collection, they come with one, three or four bedrooms and sleep up to eight guests. Located in Gammelholm, the Royal Theatre site is beautifully appointed in modern Danish design with luxury linen from LaPur and Aesop toiletries. The coffee is Nespresso and the tea from local high-end shop, AC Perchs. You’ll find a wine cooler packed with specially selected bottles and the kitchen ready for you to whip up a quick dinner.

Villa Copenhagen Suites

Luxe dining room with low lighting, dark parquet floors, marble columns, red chairs and bar nook at Villa Copenhagen Suites
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Villa Copenhagen is one of the only hotels in the Danish capital to have an outdoor swimming pool, open year round for your morning dip. Inside this beautifully designed hotel, you’ll find apartment-style suites with meticulous attention to detail – from roll-top baths to the luxe eco toiletries. Conscious luxury is part of their mission. Near the central station and a short walk from the Vesterbrø neighbourhood, you won’t have to walk far for a good night out.

K10 Apartments København

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Comfy living and dining area with wall stove, wood floors, tan couch and wood dining table at K10 Apartments
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Right in the centre of Copenhagen, this two-bedroom holiday apartment in Copenhagen sleeps four people. As well as a kitchen and lounge area, there is also a patio with views of the city. Complimentary toiletries and scented candles make it feel more like a homely hotel. K10 is just a short walk from the Design Museum, Parliament and the Round Tower. Checking in is easy as visitors are sent a PIN code before arrival.

These recommendations were updated on October 1, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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