Best Party Hotels in Copenhagen

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Denmark's capital may be famous for pastries, pastel-colored townhouses, and cobblestoned streets, but its underground music clubs and venues are what bring many young visitors in droves. Check out our picks for the best party hotels in Copenhagen, based on location, on-site bar scene, or cheap rates. 

  1. Located within walking distance of attraction, this upscale chain property is right in central Copenhagen. The 200 clean, bright rooms have comfy beds and sleek bathrooms, and the pleasant cocktail lounge has a lively atmosphere, particularly when it plays host to DJs on weekends. A smoker-friendly outdoor courtyard is open in the summer months. Wi-Fi is free throughout, and parking and bike rentals are available for a fee. 

  2. The three-pearl Absalon Hotel, a 161-room, modern property in Copenhagen, is centrally located in the neighborhood of Vesterbro, a trendy section also known as the Meatpacking District. Light (from big casement windows), color, and charm are in abundance throughout the interiors, which were done by Designer's Guild, adding a splashy, contemporary look that matches the property's youthful location. Bike rentals and a Scandinavian breakfast buffet are also on offer, and rooms circle a lounge-y central courtyard. There's no full restaurant, but the lobby lounge has a trendy bar with snacks. If the Absalon is booked, visitors to Copenhagen could try its sister property nearby, the Andersen Hotel.

  3. A nautical theme and historic ambiance make the Copenhagen Admiral Hotel feel distinctly Danish. A former corn-drying warehouse on the Copenhagen harbor, the upper-mid-range hotel is at the heart of the city's most popular tourist sights. Its 366 rooms have a traditional warehouse layout, with a single large window at one end, and its popular and highly acclaimed SALT Bar and Restaurant -- decorated with modern furnishings to contrast with the historic ceiling and walls -- serves unique cocktails and high-quality Nordic cuisine; it also has a waterfront terrace where guests can lounge and dine in the warmer months. 

  4. Popular with young budget travelers, the Generator is a modern, trendy, and -- perhaps most important for its guests -- affordable hostel in the heart of the tourist area. Rooms range from dorms with shared bathrooms to private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. They are basic but clean and stylish. Hostel life centers on a big chill-out area with lots of plush seating and extras such as foosball, a pool table, and even a photo booth

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