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Cozy AirBnB in Copenhagen

While in Copenhagen, we stayed in a lovely AirBnB in the Frederiksberg neighborhood. It’s about a two minute walk to the nearest grocery store and metro station, and about eight minutes to Tivoli Gardens and the City Hall Square. It’s also situated right next to a beautiful lake.

The apartment has two full bedrooms, with another bed in the dining room. It has one large bathroom with a washing machine (no dryer – there are clotheslines outside and in the bathroom), a kitchen, and a comfortable living room. For Europe, this place is huge, and at $200/night, it costs less than most hotels in the area.

The only negatives are that toiletries aren’t included, which is rare for AirBnBs. But since the grocery store is so close, this wasn’t a big deal. It’s also pretty noisy in the bedroom next to the street, which wasn’t a problem in October since we could keep the windows closed. But since there is no air conditioning, this would be a huge issue in the summer when you have to leave the windows open. Finally, Stig (the owner) is a little difficult to get in touch with. He always responded, but usually it took him 3-6 hours, which could be problematic if there were any major issues with the apartment.

All in all, this place is a great deal, and I’d highly recommend staying here anytime the weather is nice.

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Leonard Kinsey

Leonard Kinsey is the owner of Bamboo Forest Publishing, and the bestselling author of "The Dark Side of Disney", the Anarchist Cookbook of Disney travel guides. He's lived in Baltimore for over 15 years, and enjoys drinking craft beer in unique places, eating nachos and pizza, listening to 80s hair metal, and arguing about Star Trek minutia, often all at the same time. Watch out ladies! Contact the author.