I am a student at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts, School of Architecture in Copenhagen.
The apartment is well presented by the photos and the description, the location is really great, with two bus stops just around the corner. The rooms are comfortable, the kitchen fully equipped, the bathroom is a bit small but i guess that's the general rule in Copenhagen. The neighborhood is fine, it has a shopping center with a couple of super markets (3 min walking).
Nicholas was very helpful, he handed us the keys himself, and generally he was an excellent host.
My advise is, the FIRST thing to do in Copenhagen is rent a bike, don't bother with the city bikes, go to a rental store (Baisikeli was my choice, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) it) and get one.
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I had a great stay at Nicholas's apartment. I was let in by his roommate, who was very friendly. The apartment is small, but cosy. The room itself is a good size. The bed was comfy, and I liked to relax in the armchair. I loved the interior decorating!
Nicholas and his friend stayed a few days at my place and left everything in order, they have been very clean and respectful with the stuff in the room and the rest of the apartment. Nothing to complain! I recommend them as guests!
Nicholas and Marina are two great, friendly and educated young people. For us it was a pleasure to welcome them to our home and share them our landscapes and beaches in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Costa Brava. We hope they come back soon.