About this listing
Come and see Copenhagen from the wild side!
Your room is located in a typical social housing project from the mid 80's on Nørrebro, the funkiest, multicultural neighbourhood of Copenhagen.
It is spacious and clean with 2 single beds, a wardrobe and a writing desk.
I live in the apartment's other room, which is a large living room with a sleeping corner.
There's a large, functional shared bathroom and you can use the kitchen for coffee, tea and breakfast.
Sheets and towels are included as well and you can use our communal laundry for a small fee.
No smoking in your room please. I smoke myself but try to keep it outside. In case of emergency, you can smoke in the kitchen.
Nørrebro is a multicultural district in Copenhagen, people from all parts of the world live here and this is reflected by the shops, bars, places to eat and especially streetlife.
We are located in a sidestreet to Nørrebrogade, the main shopping street, with many shops, bars and things to see and do. Just opposite the road is Assistens Cemetery, where a lot of famous Danes are buried, HC Andersen, Niels Bohr and Søren Kierkegaard and the famous Danish singer Natasja to mention just a few. What is more, the cemetery is also a public garden and locals come here to picnic, play guitar or just hang out with a beer.
Nørrebro is a great place for eating, shopping and going out, and the center of Copenhagen is an easy distance by bike or bus. Bus 5A stops just around the corner and there are 2 night buses as well.
You won't be bored at Nørrebro!
Access to kitchen for breakfast/ light meals and (shared) bathroom.
Very convenient, including all-night buses.
As few as possible, common sense and respect should go a long way.
About the Host, Dominique
Hi, I'm Dominique, originally from the Netherlands, but I lived in Copenhagen more than half of my life now.
I work as an IT consultant by day and at night, or at least some nights, I'm a volunteer at an underground music venue, just a few streets from here. When I'm on the job I can get you on the guestlist if you like.
I have a bunch of almost grownup kids who hang out at my place now and then.
When I travel it's most often for going to a gig with my favourite band somewhere in Europe, I've visited Berlin, Scotland, England and Holland this spring, it's a great way of meeting old friends in new places.
Life is short, don't miss out!