About this listing
Do you want to stay on top of everything?
Then rent at bright and sunny room with a unique view over Halmtorvet and The Meatpakking Area. Living here will provide you with the feeling of being in the middle of everything.
The room is placed in a spacious old Vesterbro apartment, with a charming feeling. It accommodates one or two people, who want to live in the vibrant and happening heart of Vesterbro: Halmtorvet.
The room is fitted with either a divan - or a double bed as you request. Storage for your clothes and a small table with seating for two.
It's on the 4.th floor. There's no lift.
Check in is after 14.00 (2 p.m) and departure are before 10.00 (10 a.m). It is possible can arrival time be arranged according to your plans.
Upon request, (and for a fee) it is from time to time possible for me to arrange breakfast. Please ask if it's possible when you book and please notice it's not included in the price.
You will have tea and coffee making facilities in the room, as well as a small fridge and a microwave oven.
We will share a toilet with bath.
There are access to Internet/Wi-Fi.
I will provide bed linen, towels and toilet paper etc.
Interaction with Guests
My interaction depend on your wishes and how god we get along. If you want to be let alone, that's fine and if you want a “Meet the Danes dinner” can be arranged during your stay, where I (for a fee) will cook a meal and entertain you and let you meet some interesting people.
Although the apartment is situated in the most central part of Copenhagen, there are no traffic noises in the apartment. You will have nightlife, cafe's, restaurants close by (there are 4 restaurants in the building) and it is close to Tivoli and other tourist attractions.
The room is located a very easy walk from Copenhagen main train station, where there is a short train ride from the airport.
Other Things to Note
I do - from time to time - have a cat in the apartment, so I can't say for sure, if the place is okay for someone with cat-allergies.
It's a non-smoking home and I expect my guest to respect that ... and in any way possible treat my home, as they would treat a friends home :-)