Saga Holding APS Hotel Shuttles
CPH airport hotel transfers
A historic building converted into a trendy youth hostel, Saga Hotel Holding ApS provides easy access to Copenhagen’s most treasured downtown landmarks while offering a budget-friendly space easy to call home base. Most rooms are semi-private, with no more than four beds taking up each space. Bathrooms are shared, unless guests choose to upgrade to private suites, which also add work spaces and a futon. And don’t forget to take advantage of on-site perks that include free Wi-Fi and a game room fully stocked with foosball tables and darts. A 24-hour lounge is also available for late-night arrivals, while easy transfers to Copenhagen Airport can be taken care of through the adjacent Copenhagen Central Station thirteen train routes. Those planning to attend nearby events at Oksnehallen should go with something simple instead, whether it’s the hotel’s bike rentals or a meet-and-greet service such as taxis, limousines and local personal drivers.
With instant access to various other hostels, bars and the endless passerby from the adjacent Central Station, finding a moment’s peace in the immediate area can be especially difficult. Embrace the crowds by going on a stroll across the Meatpacking District’s blend of gastropubs and indie art galleries, whether you’re interested in the contemporary blend of works at Gallery Poulsen ApS or vibrant takes on international favorites at NOHO. Continue west past the district for access to the Cisterns in Søndermarken, an underground cave converted into an eerie art exhibition space, or go for something a bit more lighthearted at Frederiksberg Palace, home to braggadocious Baroque-style architecture as well as daily tours through royal 18th-century rooms. For easy going evening entertainment, get to know the various surrounding venues as well, from upscale seating at Vega to light shows cast upon a dome at the Tycho Brahe Planetarium.