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Apartment Hotels in Copenhagen City Centre

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Short stay apartments in Copenhagen City Centre

Lots of space, separate bedrooms and the ability to reheat your leftovers in your own kitchen. What's not to like about an apartment? If you're dragging the whole crew to Copenhagen City Centre, check out our collection of amazing home away from homes. With all this comfort at your fingertips, we won't blame you if you never wanna leave.

Top family-friendly apartments in Copenhagen City Centre

No joke, getting away with the kids can be a blast — but it's where you set up camp that makes all the difference. Muster up the littlies and reserve an apartment where the words comfort and kid-friendly go hand in hand.

Copenhagen City Centre business apartments

Do you hear that? It's the sound of business and leisure mixing to create a little thing known as "bleisure." And you can find out what it's all about when you stay in an apartment for your next work trip. Make your assignment feel more like a getaway at a Copenhagen City Centre digs:

  • Arthur Aparts (1 kilometre from downtown Copenhagen City Centre): As well as boasting breakfast services and laundry facilities, this place is well suited for travelling professionals.
What is the difference between an apartment and a hotel?

If you're staying for a brief period and longing for a complete escape from domestic duties, a hotel is a good fit. But if you're staying longer and prefer to have those homely comforts, grab the keys to an apartment. Stock up on groceries. Cook your favourite dishes. Chill out on the sofa. Yep, good luck feeling homesick.

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