H.C. Andersens Boulevard 50

Price rates

€ 77 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
€ 19 average price per Dorm/bed (the price is per 1 night only)

Info & Description

The five-star Danhostel Copenhagen City is located on H.C. Andersens Boulevard, a 10-minute walk from the Central Train Station and bus terminal.

With 1,020 beds, we’re Europe’s biggest hostel.

Apart from the building’s exceptionally fine view over the city’s skyline, the Opera House and Islands Brygge, we’re centrally located within walking distance of all major attractions, City Hall Square, Tivoli and the always-bustling city centre.

We offer free Wi-Fi in all our rooms and on our ground floor you can find TVs for the guests to use. Grab a free book or leave one for others in our book exchange.

If you're looking for more liquid entertainment, make yourself comfortable in one of Copenhagen’s cheapest bars, Bar50, located at the hostel!

We are looking forward to welcoming you to our hostel and our fantastic city!


  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Lift / elevator
  • Games room
  • Wheelchair access
  • Children accepted
  • 24h reception


  • standard 2 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard with view double bed private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • family room 4 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard 6 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard with view 6 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard 8 bed/s private with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard with view 4 bed/s private shared Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard 10 bed/s mixed dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)
  • standard with view 10 bed/s mixed dorm with Watercloset (bathroom)

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  1. Yang From China On November 30, -0001

    This hostel ist very good, no only it is very cheap, but also it is very clean and comfortable. When i book the hostel, it is very clear informed that we should take sheets and towel by ourselves, So i take them with me. It is not unconvinent at all. The people there are very friendly also.

  2. Katri From Finland On November 30, -0001

    The hostel was more like a hotel - with a hostel price. The room was very clean, own shower and toilet is a huge plus when staying in a dorm. Though, everything else than sleeping there costs something extra so make sure you bring your own sheets and are ready to check out at 10am!

  3. Yulia From Germany On November 30, -0001

    It was very nice trip. But we didn't like the staff absolutely. The young men on the reception wasn't very helpful, didn't explain the rules.At the morning we didn't get up at time and the new girl from reception came after knocking without answer.but it was our fault of course. but it was not a good way.

  4. Larysa From Ukraine On November 30, -0001

    This was wonderful service, wonderful intercourse, maximal effort of collective to help us and do our stay in a number by a most comfort, thank you very much for this unforgettable rest with you!!!

  5. Asuka From Japan On November 30, -0001

    sehr gut!!!!!!!!!!!!especially position!!Thank you very much

  6. ANTOINE From France On November 30, -0001


  7. Suzanne From Australia On November 30, -0001

    Awesome place, one of the best hostels I've ever stayed in. Professional, lots of facilities, great bar/cafe downstairs, huge breakfast selection, lovely large chillout area, well located. I'll def stay here again.

  8. Christine From Austria On November 30, -0001

    We definetily DO NOT recommend you booking this hostel; but the positive aspects first: It is quite central and quite clean; but: -It is a huge hostel (we were in 7th floor, oh and the elevators didnt work), so there is long waiting time for check-in and for elevators -As it is central, there is a busy bullevard next to the hostel. -> earplugs needed -But what was really really dissapointing, was the fact that they try to get as much additional money from you as possible. Nowhere mentioned you have to pay for linen (you arent allowed to use sleeping bags) and even if you booked it via hostelsclub, you have to pay 5 eur/ person extra for a "guest hostel card"; no breakfast included, high prise for internet usage, ... the next day we tried a hotel, we found via hostelsclub, which was not that central but had a great metro connection and it was even cleaner, cheaper, free internet, only 2 persons/ room compared with danhostels 6 persons rooms.

  9. Gia Loi From Vietnam On November 30, -0001

    The receptionist gave me the number of bed, but when I came there, there's someone already. Elle showed me then another bed, but at the middle of night, someone asked me to return her bed. Terrible. There's not locker in the room that I think very useful.By the way, the WC are clean, the big room, there's 2 tables. The vieuw is good to look at the street.

  10. Samuel From Spain On November 30, -0001

    Very disappointed with paying extra for the linens, for not being allowed to bring sleeping bags and for the extra for not having the hostel card.

  11. Bruno Felix From Brazil On November 30, -0001

    Expect to pay double to what you see on this website due to hidden fees. Location is great, but you will be surprised with so many fees for everything. This is not honest. I don`t recommend it.

  12. Katie From USA On November 30, -0001

    The only problem I really had with the hostel was the fact that they jacked the price on me, claiming that the price given on this website was for hostel card holders or some nonsense. Other than that, a nice hostel.