Time to divulge the best hostels in Copenhagen! Rated as one of the happiest countries on earth, Copenhagen is not only Denmark’s capital. It is a modern city with many architecture references, cute instagrammable streets and many design places – hostels included!
Therefore we decided to collect the coolest, hipster-ish, design hostels for you.
You can whip up a quick snack in the shared kitchen, watch a movie at the cinema, maintain fitness levels at the in-house gym, go for a refreshing swim in the indoor pool, or play with your new friends in the games room.
In order to be able to use the fitness facilities, you will have to pay an extra fee. Read all you must know beforehand below.
Local beer and cold drinks can be enjoyed at the bar, while the free live Music or Karaoke events will for sure get you and your travel mates in the right mood. Other events they host are live music on weekends, art exhibitions and yoga classes. A hipster place to mingle!
Steel House Copenhagen used to be the headquarters for the Metalworker’s Union.
It is situated in the hippest neighborhood, Vesterbro.
Vesterbro? It is the hipster neighborhood in Copenhagen.
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It is also just 5 minutes walking distance form Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen Central Station. Seriously, we think the location here is perfect!
You can also visit the City Square Hall and the famous pedestrian shopping street, Strøget, by feet, as it just a short walk.
If you wish to explore the city at a leisurely pace, opt for bicycle rentals. The free walking tour starts just 5 minutes from the hostel. And the guys from the tour actually pick you up at the hostel. Super easy!
Who stays at Steel House?
Solo travelers and group of friends love to stay at Steel House.
The bar and the common area are cozy and great to relax. A place where it is easy to meet other fellow-travelers.
They do have only female dorms, which makes it very convenient for female solo travelers that wants to stay at only female dorms. Steel house is the best hostel in Copenhagen for adults.
Doubts about choosing a mixed or only-female dorm?
3. Woodah Boutique Hostel (smaller, cute, more personal)
The owner essentially designed Woodah Boutique Hostel in Copenhangen to promote sustainable, local and organic living, as is evident from the surroundings as well as the food served in the bar and the café.
The homemade organic breakfast is yummy (and included on the price, hurray!)
Breakfast is served to guests and locals, don’t miss out!
There are only 30 custom made wooden bunk cabins – each bed is craft-built and specifically designed for privacy, and to ensure you get fitful rest during the night.
Clean linens are available in each room, while there are two shared bathrooms and four shared toilets, with mirrors and hairdryers, free to use.
Woodah Boutique Hostel offer mats and other equipment free of charge for yoga.
If you stay here, you will get great discounts at local yoga schools in the area, just grab a mat and go stretch. An outdoor stretching area is available for relaxation.
If the weather allows it, they do offer yoga classes on their grassy backyard.
Free WiFi is accessible throughout the facility, so you can check your emails or look up information online.
If you feel hungry or wish to have a drink, The Woodah cafe is your best bet.
You will get 20% discount on all items for staying at Woodah Boutique Hostel.
It is open everyday and serves mouth-watering danish style food and drinks that can be enjoyed in the cafe, hostel area or at the outside patio. Truth be told, the coffee here is not the best in Copenhagen, sorry. The rest rocks!
Generator Hostel Copenhagen is a great place to stay at the heart of the city. Basically you find this hostel off Kongens Nytorv, the largest square in Copenhagen.
Who is this hostel for?
Generator in Copenhagen is perfect for travellers who enjoy life at the most stylish and authentic way. This place has it all to entertain yourself and socialize, a fabulous bar and lounge with the best drinks in town.
What else can you expect at this hostel?
Visitors can choose from dorms to private en-suites rooms (w/ individual power points and LED light for late night reading)
There can be cheaper and the cheapest hostels than the ones mentioned above. No worries if you’re looking for cheap places to say in Copenhagen.
YetiIn our opinion, it’s not worth it to go with the cheapest hostel out there.
The difference is usually 1-2€ ($1-2), and a lot of amenities are not included. This can be breakfast or linen. Keep also in mind that cheap areas to stay in are often far away from the city center which costs you more in transport. This can be pricey in the Danish capital.
However, if you are traveling on a shoe-string budget and you wanna save every penny, there are ways to find a Copenhagen cheap stay.