Located at Copenhagen Island Hotel
An elegant design hotel with a superb location at Copenhagen’s waterfront.
Fisketorvet Shopping centre is located on the waterfront. With 120 shops and a number of cafés and restaurants, the shopping centre is one of the largest in Denmark.
Copenhagen Central Station
Copenhagen Central Station is a hub for almost all traffic. You can, for example, take the train to Malmö, Fisketorvet shopping centre or the airport. At the central station, you will find trains, a taxi rank and buses.
Dybbølsbro Station is an S-train station at Vesterbro, situated in the middle of the large railway track. The station is located on the central section of the S-train and is served by many lines.
Town Hall Square is the city's great popular place where people move around the clock. The square is inspired by the shape of a seashell, and adjacent to the impressive old Copenhagen City Hall Building.
Meatpacking District Copenhagen
The Meatpacking District is where the majority of the city's food wholesalers are based, especially meat wholesalers, hence the name. Nestled among the butchers are restaurants and a vibrant night life, which is a mecca for the city's hipsters.
Transport to the hotel
From Copenhagen airport
From the airport you may go by train directly from terminal 3 (arrival terminal). The train departs from track 2 to Copenhagen / Helsingør. Remember to get off at Copenhagen Central Station from where you can walk to the hotel in about 15 minutes.
From Copenhagen Central Station
At the Central Station any S-train leaving from tracks 11 and 12 will take you to Dybbølsbro Station (1. stop from the Central Station). Exiting the platform via the stairs (or by the lift) to the bridge spanning the terrain, you will see the hotel to your left at the end of the bridge.
OBS: You may use the ticket from the first train ride on this extra little trip on an S-train – within one hour, though.
A taxi from the airport will cost around
From the Oslo ferry
Take the S-train southbound from Østerport station and get off after Copenhagen Central at Dybbølsbro station.
Public Transport in Copenhagen
A “City Pass” ticket is valid on buses, trains and the underground Metro and can be purchased with validity periods of 24 or 72 hours. This gives unlimited travel on buses, trains and Metro including to and from the airport.
City Pass is available for adults and for children under 16 years of age. Note that up to 2 children under 12 years of age may accompany an adult City Pass holder free of charge.
City Pass can be purchased on-line and sent directly to your mobile phone, ready for use on arrival at the airport. A paper ticket City Pass is also available.
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