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The location and fittings of this hotel were superb! Because of wide ranging food allergies, we cannot trust restaurants and stay in hotels with kitchen facilities. We stayed for 2 weeks at Charlottehaven, and it surpassed any other hotel that we have stayed at. The...More
I stayed a whole month in one of the beautiful 60 sqm apartments that Charlotte Haven offers. I was welcomed like a family member, I could feel that all the employees like their jobs and would do their utmost to make us more comfortable. The...More
We took a penthouse apartment which had great views. The place was sharp and modern though be aware the lobby feels like a conference centre so you may wonder where you have arrived. With a full kitchen we had breakfast on our own and would...More
Parking outside the entrance of Charlottehaven used to be free, but not anymore.
Do not be fooled by the friendly sign at the entrance of the parking area, saying : " For guests to the hotel only". This statemenet is not clear enough to make...More
Lovely apartment, tastefully furnished and the kitchen very thoughtfully stocked with all equipment you need for self catering. Everything was a high quality finish and very clean. My only complaint would be to put some decent pillows on the beds. All the staff were really...More
Fælledparken continues into Outer Oesterbro, where Parken (Denmark's national soccer stadium) is located. In the middle of Outer Oesterbro you’ll find Østre Gasværk, which is a popular theatre located in an old (brick-wall) gas cylinder. Travel to the easternmost part of Outer Oesterbro to reach Nordhavn, a harbour area where most of the development is over water, showcasing Copenhagen's constant development. Nordhavn
is home to the UN City and to pricey penthouse apartments which, on a clear day, can see all the way to Sweden.