The apartment is located on a cobblestone street in the most trendy area of Copenhagen, Vesterbro. It is not only a trendy place to live - but to shop, eat, drink and have a great night out. For travelers it is the ideal place to stay - you are close to everything. Only a 10 minute walk from the Central Railway Station and 15 minutes walk from Tivoli and the famous "Strøget" central walking street.
Facing west the living room has a lot of natural light as the street is very wide and the apartment has big windows. The room has white walls and beautiful high ceilings. 24/7 high speed Wi-Fi connection is included in the price.
The fully equipped kitchen is available for cooking, and you can feel free to use what you find in the kitchen cabinets. We provide coffee and tea.
The bedroom is facing a quiet courtyard. In the bedroom there is a large double bed. There are quality pillows and duvets with extra length (220 cm) to make sure you have a good night sleep. Fresh towels, sheets and linen will be provided.
From the bedroom there is the entrance to an attached bathroom. Please notice that the apartment is a classic Vesterbro apartment with a small bathroom, where the shower is located over the sink.
The apartment is 60 M2, which you have the entire use of.
Общение с гостями
Other than showing you around the apartment when you arrive, we'll completely respect your privacy and leave you alone. If you have any questions - both beforehand and during your stay - we'll be available and more than happy to help.
Другие важные подробности
From Copenhagen Airport the apartment is reached within 20 min by public transportation. The cheapest, easiest and fastest is by train (not the metro) from the airport to the Central Railway Station. From there, it's only a short 10 minute walk to the apartment.
- No loud music or parties
- Please leave the apartment in the tidy and clean state as when you arrived
- No stilettos inside as they can ruin the wooden floor
- No extra sleeping guests
My name is Cheyenne. I'm 26 years, doing a Masters in Middle Eastern Studies at Copenhagen University and working at the Danish Refugee Council Youth.
I live in the area of Vesterbro together with my boyfriend, Thomas. He is an Australian working as an architect in Copenhagen.
We love Copenhagen, but traveling is also a huge part of our life. We love experiencing new places and meeting new people. Through Airbnb, we wish to share our home with other travelers who seek to experience Copenhagen as a local.
Thank you for checking out our place and hope to speak to you soon.