About this listing
Nestled overlooking the rooftops this contemporary loft apartment on the fifth floor with Wi-Fi and balcony offers a relaxed retreat just 10-minutes’ metro ride from CPH Airport and 8 minutes to center. The exposed wooden beams add instant charm.
Divided over two floors the cosy open-plan living area offers access to the sunny balcony. Prepare breakfast in the cute fitted kitchen and fall asleep in the quiet double bedroom, the cosy bedroom with two single beds, or climb up the ladder to get the cosy experience of sleeping just under the eaves. The tiled bathroom is bright and clean.
Perfect for both short and long stays, both for family holidays with kids, a weekend trip with friends, or for business trips.
The apartment has all essential amenities: Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and microwave, as well as washing machine, TV and a stereo with jack plug for playing your own music. Towels and bed linen are of course included.
And for musical guests: There´s a piano, too :-)
Interaction with Guests
You have the entire apartment all to yourselves. I currently live in Berlin - so we will primarily be in touch via this platform and I´m happy to answer any questions you may have prior to your arrival. I have two friends in charge of the apartment in Copenhagen. One of them will be checking you in and helping you during your stay if you need anything.
Amagerbro is one of the up-and-coming neighbourhoods in Copenhagen, only a 8-minute metro ride from the bustling downtown district around central Nørreport and Kgs. Nytorv. The local streets are the home of our favourite cosy cafés and eateries, shopping opportunities and supermarkets. It´s alos a very child friendly area with a huge playground nearby, and a small playground in the yard of the apartment, too. The local library also offers activities for children and parents.
Visit the famous Christiania district on your way into the city centre, or and join the locals in a refreshing daily swim at the nearby Amager Beach a stroll away. We even continue the ritual when temperatures drop below freezing ☺ - that´s what I do when I´m in Copenhagen!
Also, check out both old and new community owned wind turbines visible from Amager strandpark.
Take a look at the newly updated guidebook here on airbnb to take a closer look at what´s nearby.
From the airport, you just take the metro (any line) and get off 8 minutes later at "Lergravsparken". Then, there´s only a few minutes to walk to the apartment. After the booking is confirmed, I provide you with a (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) map with exact walking directions.
The metro runs every 3-8 minutes both day and night, and takes you into the city center in 8 minutes.
Right around the corner from the apartment, visible from the balcony, there´s a bus stop, with line 2A running every 5-8 minutes, also taking you into the city center.
There´s free parking in the street. However, since March 2016, the maximum parking duration is 3 hours between 8 am and 7 pm on weekdays.
Because of these new parking regulations, it is no longer possible for non-residents to park cars permanently in the street. The best alternative I've found is to leave your car at the Park&Ride at Femøren Metro station. When booking the parking space online, you get heavily discounted tickets for public transportation with your parking ticket! You have to book in advance.
Copenhagen is amazing to explore by bicycle, and Copenhageners bike all year round (and in winter, the bike lane will be cleaned for snow before the car lanes!). So explore multi-lane bike paths with designated traffic lights! The bike shop nearby has just started renting out quality bikes. I'll give you a link to book your bikes in advance.
Other Things to Note
Insider tip: If you don´t want to carry your luggage upstairs all by yourself, take a cab to the apartment and pay the taxi driver to help you! And then: Enjoy Copenhagen!
Being considerate towards the neighbors is the most important rule in my home. Therefore, I´d kindly ask you to:
- Be quiet when you walk up and down the staircase
- Mind the staircase walls when carrying up and down your luggage
- Don´t party in the apartment. No loud music after 9 p.m.
- When you take down your trash, do as a local: Be careful to put it into the correct container (see the guide to waste sorting in the apartment)
Additionally, please bear in mind the following:
- No smoking in the building – smoking on the balcony only with the balcony door closed.
- Always lock the door and close windows when you leave the apartment
- No drinks or other fluids on the piano
- No pets
- Notify me if anything broke during your stay
In other words: Please feel at home - and treat my apartment as you would treat your own home.
The kitchen is well-stocked if you feel like cooking. The kitchen includes a dishwasher, a microwave, a toaster and the usual stuff like the oven and the cooker, of course.
I'm passionate about renewable energy, I love languages and speak a lot of them, I love to laugh and do it a lot, and I love to be around people! I currently work with the energy transition in Germany - so please enjoy Copenhagen for me too!