The apartment has two large rooms and a nice kitchen with everything you need. It is well kept. It is suitable for friends, couples or individuals.
The apartment has a small double bed and a single sofa bed in the living room.
This apartment is a real Copenhagen apartment in colorful Nørrebro. It is close to center and has shopping possibilities few meters away. The bus to center is just 400 meters down the street.
From the apartment you can walk to supermarkets and to local shops and nice local restaurants at the shopping street Nørrebrogade. Also there is two beautiful parks in walking distance.
The easiest way to get from the airport is with the metro to Nørrebro St. From there you take the bus 6A which stops 5 min from the apartment. In all it takes about 35 min from the airport.
Only 400 meters from the apartment there is a bus stop. The bus 6A goes directly to the center and also to the main station. It takes about 7-10 min to center and 15 min to the main station.
To the airport 12.40km
To the metro 2.90 km
To the bus station 400 m
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very friendly and helpful owner, lots of space
The apartment is bright and cheerful and is located close to a good bus route to town and to cheap supermarkets. However, it takes a while to get used to certain features - notably the poorly drained, minute bathroom, the uncomfortable beds with rather odd linen, and the almost complete lack of saucepans. The TV is very small and we could not get it to work properly. Considering these problems it is really very expensive, as it provides only 'basic' facilities.
We needed somewhere to stay whilst visiting a friend in Copenhagen. We were travelling as a couple with a teenage (17) daughter and hotel options are ridiculously expensive here. So I searched and found this apartment through Red Apple for half the price of a hotel. It is a one bed apartment but with a single sofa bed in the lounge which our daughter could use for her bedroom. This meant that we didn't really have anywhere to sit and relax when we were in, but we did spend most of our time out and about anyway. There is a communal gathering area with seating and tables in the centre courtyard of the apartment block. The bedroom is situated facing the courtyard and It can get quite noisy at night with the tenants getting together with friends for a drink here. During the week we felt it was ok as they seemed to leave at a reasonable time (between 10pm & 11pm) presumably due to being workdays, but Friday night lasted much longer and was pretty noisy until after midnight when one of the residents started yelling at the group to quieten down. As we were due to catch an early flight on the Saturday morning this was quite inconvenient and left us pretty tired for the next days travel. Danish bathrooms tend to be much smaller than we are used to in England. They place more emphasis on the space for living in as this is where you spend most of your time and the bathroom is only a short time functional room. I was already aware of this but it can be surprising to those who are no