Although the costs of staying in Copenhagen can be relatively high, the city offers quite a few alternatives for budget/young travellers.
Hostels can be found not only far from the city centre,
as it usually is the case (and young globetrotters will surely find Copenhagen Airport Hostel to
be one of the cosiest hostels they ever seen), but also in the district around the main railway
station. To pick a central location makes it easy to lower the travel costs around in the city,
and for airport transfer. Choosing an accommodation with a kitchenette, like i.e. in Hotel Ascot,
and being able to prepare own meals is another way of cutting down the budget.
In the Danhostel youth hostels (vandrehjem in Danish), guests older than 18 YOA can stay on condition that they have a valid international hostel card or a guest card. Here are some of the most popular hostels in Copenhagen:
This superbly located, 5-star hostel is Europe's biggest city hostel with over 1,000 beds. The interiors and furnishing here has been specially designed by Danish design firm GUBI.Read more
Only four kilometers from the centre of Copenhagen and located in a green area with the Bella Center exhibition complex nearby.Read more
Located four kilometers from the city centre in peaceful and green surroundings by the beautiful Degnemose Bog. Good shopping facilities close to the hostel.Read more