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All reviews no elevator two bottles of water eating drinking places lively street norreport station simple hotel great rate late arrival roof terrace stay there again city centre room was clean and comfortable higher floor walk in shower tea and coffee making facilities free wifi bus stop
It's not the Ritz, but it's clean, quiet, comfortable, has large rooms and plenty of hot water. It's 15 minutes picturesque stroll to City Hall or the Palace, with a good breakfast and friendly staff. What more do you need?
Stayed at Hotel Nora for 4 nights in late August. About 10 minute walk from Norreport Train station which is on the train line to the Airport. Check in was quick and simple. An elevator has been installed which makes it easier getting to upper...More
The hotel is quite central and makes it easy to walk to and back the Copenhagen's sightseeings. It is clean, recently renovated with very comfortable beds. A bit noisy though, however it can be expected from a hotel located on a main street.
We were there one night. It is relatively cost effective for being Copenhagen, when a discount is included, clean, and quite ok breakfast. Good position, also, close to the bridge. Quite simple and not fancy, again, it is about price, but a few details would...More
Located a long walk from Norreport metro station, which connects direct to Copenhagen airport, the hotel is situated near cafes and a convenience store. The double room we booked for 2 nights was basic but clean.
During the day the area is reasonably quiet but...More
Located just north of The Lakes, this neighbourhood is a melting pot of small quirky clothing stores, dozens of pizzerias and eateries of all types, a street almost entirely devoted to antiques, several microbreweries and even a couple of Michelin starred restaurants. Here you’ll also find Assistens Cemetery which is an ecclectic mix of tombstones as well as a recreational park and where you will find the
tombstones of famous Danes, such as writer Hans Christian Anderson and physicist Niels Bohr. Inner Noerrebro is also home to one af the most popular theatres in Copenhagen, called Noerrebro Theatre. It shows both popular musicals and plays, as well as productions of a more experimental nature.