Where to stay in Copenhagen on a budget? Here are some of my favorite hostels in Copenhagen below to plan your trip.
Steel House Copenhagen
Steel House Copenhagen is one of the more luxurious hostels in Copenhagen.
Located in the hipster Vesterbro neighborhood, this hostel has an industrial vibe with its cool, Nordic design.
It offers both dorm and private rooms with a sleek, minimalist design.
The private rooms have ensuite bathrooms and showers, while the dorms have personal lockers and shared bathrooms.
Every pod-style bed comes with power sockets and reading lights.
Aside from this, they offer delicious breakfasts, game boards, an on-site bar, bike rentals, and free walking tours.
Despite hitting the gym or swimming in their indoor swimming pool requiring a fee, I still love staying fit most!
Address: Herholdtsgade 6, 1605 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Woodah Boutique Hostel
This family-run boutique hostel in the center of Copenhagen highlights Japanese-inspired sleeping pods with a privacy curtain, a personal reading light, and a locker.
Free WiFi, toiletries, and towels are provided in Woodah.
Homemade organic breakfast included in the price is yummy, so don’t miss it! The add-ons feature outdoor yoga classes in a grassy backyard and dry cleaning.
If you want a drink, head to Nakka café with 20% off to hostel guests. I recommend trying mouth-watering Danish-style food along with the drinks.
Address: Abel Cathrines Gade 1-3, Vesterbro, 1654 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Next House Copenhagen
This high-quality, elegant hostel remodels the existing building with one-third new construction.
The facade of Next House Copenhagen is characterized by natural brass changing from golden to more bronze-colored over time.
I love that the building is decorated with green plant walls both outside and inside.
Next House Copenhagen offers spacious dorm rooms and double rooms for privacy. Yet, the double rooms are kind of tight.
All rooms have air conditioning, lockers, private bathrooms, and free WiFi.
Besides, you have an on-site bar, a rooftop garden with a city view, and a gym or yoga space for your workouts.
Address: 27 Bernstorffsgade, 1577 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Urban House Copenhagen
Urban House Copenhagen has an excellent location and only takes 2 minutes from the train station. Its elegant creamy facade makes it stand out right from the outside.
When entering the building, you’ll see endless funky art displays, murals, and fabulous vintage and industrial lighting.
Urban House Copenhagen offers modern accommodations ranging from singles to dorms with up to 10 beds. Dorm-style rooms have lockers, towels, and linens provided.
Plus, you can get a palatable breakfast buffer for a little extra fee. Don’t forget to hang around a bar for some local draft beer and live music.
Keep in mind that no cash is here; you can only pay with a credit or debit card.
Address: Colbjørnsensgade 5-11, Vesterbro, 1652 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Urban Camper Hostel
Urban Camper is a one-of-a-kind hostel with dorms within awesome indoor tents.
It offers four different types of tents, from shared to private ones. All tents are equipped with shared bath facilities and personal lockers.
A snack, bedding, high-speed WiFi, and towels are provided during your stay.
You can also enjoy the large common area with a bar and fun games. Here, you can hang out, get to know people, or even throw a party.
Address: 2C Lygten, 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Danhostel Copenhagen City
Apart from that, I’m impressed by how dorm rooms are designed with barren white tones completed with blond wood floors, too.
Moreover, the artistic lobby contains a pleasant cafe-restaurant where you can grab a coffee or order gourmet food at a small fee. Instead of heading out, an on-site bar is a spot to get to know fellow travelers.
Address: H.C. Andersens Boulevard 50, 1553 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Copenhagen Downtown Hostel
If you want a unique experience, why don’t you stay at Copenhagen Downtown hostel?
The award-winning retro design hostel is located in one of Copenhagen’s most remarkable artistic areas.
Various selections from private rooms, family rooms, and shared dorm rooms have a Scandinavian retro-chic design with original vintage elements and a cozy feel.
At its trendy lounge, you can chill or socialize with other guests. Also, I love that it offers an all-you-can-eat-and-drink breakfast buffet at a low price.
Address: Vandkunsten 5, 1467 Copenhagen, Denmark.
FAQs about hostels in Copenhagen.
What are hostels like in Denmark?
Hostels in Denmark have modern facilities, including single rooms, ensuite bathrooms, and some extras like complimentary breakfast that help save you money.
What are the best areas to stay in Copenhagen?
The best areas to stay in Copenhagen are Indre By/Old Town, Osterbro, Norrebro, Vesterbro, and Christianshavn.
How much do hostels cost in Copenhagen?
The average dorm price falls from $19 to $51. The double private room price is $37 to $71 on average.
Are hostels in Copenhagen safe?
In general, very safe! Copenhagen is ranked the safest city in the world thanks to its low crime rates.