Copenhagen Airport (CPH)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
As a major tourist destination and a main commercial centre in the Scandinavia region, Copenhagen has a range of styles of hotels and accommodation to suit varying tastes and budgets.
Some of the finest international hotels are renowned for a high standard of service and the city boasts excellent tourist attractions, with further accommodation just minutes from Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
Copenhagen: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
Copenhagen Airport has hotels on site. Strategically located near to the Transfer Hall, the Kobenhavns Lufthavns Transfer Hotel is ideal for passengers who are catching a late evening or an early morning flight. Hotel facilities include a sauna, shower and tanning booths, while the nearby Hilton CPH Airport Hotel is an award-winning business hotel with equally impressive leisure amenities, connected to the terminal by a covered walkway.
HOTELS CLOSE TO COPENHAGEN AIRPORT (CPH)|
|| Km |
|Hilton CPH Airport Hotel||Ellehammersvej 20, 2770,|
Copenhagen, Kastrup, Denmark
|Kobenhavns Lufthavns Transfer Hotel||Kobenhavns Lufthavne, Kastrup, DK-2770, Denmark||0.2||0.3|
|Quality Hotel Airport Dan Kastrup||Kastruplundgade 15,|
|Dragor Badehotel||Drogdensvej 43, Dragor de, DK-2791, Denmark||2||3.2|
|Park Inn Copenhagen Airport||Engvej 171,|
Copenhagen, DK-2300, Denmark
Copenhagen: City Hotels and Accommodation
Those wishing to stay in the city centre will find a range of hotels just 8 km / 5 miles from Copenhagen Airport (CPH). The biggest and liveliest city in the whole of Scandinavia, Copenhagen appeals to both business travellers and tourists, with a variety of accommodation to match.
Copenhagen is known for its large conventions and festivals, when available hotel rooms can become scarce. Notable events in the city include the Marathon in May, the Copenhagen Jazz Festival each July, and the Mermaid Pride parade every August, all of which attract enormous crowds to the city and affect both the availability and price of accommodation.
Summer is the high season in Copenhagen, when hotels should always be booked ahead where possible. For those arriving in the city without advance reservations, the helpful Copenhagen Information tourist office on the Bernstorffsgade will be able to help, by booking rooms in both hotels and private houses on your behalf, often at a discount.