Last Updated on 2nd October 2021
Best Hostels in Copenhagen
Check out our picks for the Best Hostels in Copenhagen, Denmark. Hostels in Copenhagen are of a very high standard but they can also be very expensive.
General Info on Hostels in Copenhagen
Here are some things that you might want to consider before booking a hostel in Copenhagen.
- Price - Hostels in Copenhagen are some of the most expensive in Europe. In bed in a dorm room starts at €14 per night (normally large dorm rooms), but expect to pay €25 to €40 per night in a medium-sized dorm room (6 to 10 beds).
- Location - Copenhagen is a large city so it's best to stay in a central location close to the top sights and nightlife. (All hostels listed below are in central locations.)
- Amenities/Services - Every hostel in Copenhagen offers free Wi-Fi and a few hostels include breakfast in the price, but if you want more specific services be sure to do your research to find the hostel that best meets your needs.
- Staff - Most hostels in Copenhagen have excellent staff. They are normally very friendly and will give you some great tips on restaurants, bars and clubs etc. But my advice is to read reviews to make sure the hostel you choose has friendly and helpful staff because rude or unhelpful staff could ruin your hostel experience.
Here’s our comprehensive list of the best hostels in Copenhagen which includes a detailed description and the amenities of each hostel.
The hostel is located in the multicultural area of Norrebro, near Assistens cemetery and about a 10-minute walk from the metro going to the city centre. It's a lively hostel and is surrounded by second-hand stores and alternative bars. This hostel also happens to be the cheapest hostel in Copenhagen.
Dorms from €13.90
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Apart from the building’s exceptionally fine view over the city’s skyline, the Opera House and Islands Brygge, they’re centrally located within walking distance of all major attractions, City Hall Square, Tivoli and the always-bustling city centre.
Droms from €19.30
A&O Copenhagen Nørrebro is located next to Copenhagen Bispebjerg Railway Station and offers modern rooms with flat-screen TV, comfortable beds and free Wi-Fi. The hostel includes a stylish bar, a guest kitchen and a spacious lobby.
Dorms from €17.20
I hope this list of the best hostels in Copenhagen helps you pick a hostel that best suits your needs during your stay in Copenhagen. In general, the overall standard of hostels in Copenhagen is excellent but there are still some bad and mediocre ones. Hopefully, this list will help you avoid bad and mediocre hostels to ensure you enjoy your stay in Copenhagen.
Book Your Trip to Copenhagen
Best Website to Book a Hostel
Hostelworld is by far the biggest and the best website for booking hostels. They have a monopoly on the hostel market. They happen to have the best availability and prices. The website is designed to include many filters to help find a hostel that best suits your needs. For instance, you can filter hostels by price or by rating for a particular city.
Book a Tour in Copenhagen
I recommend GetYourGuide for Tours. They offer highly unique tours with Local Guides.
Don’t Forget Travel Insurance
Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, cancellations and much more. I recommend World Nomads Travel Insurance.
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Hi, I'm Michael McGuinness and the guy behind the scenes of Best Hostels Europe. I'm a professional web developer, blogger, digital nomad and parent. I've been travelling the world with my wife and young son since 2012.