If you would like to visit Copenhagen or explore more of Denmark and save money check out our guide to the best budget accommodation and backpacker hostels which will help you to choose an amazing place to stay.



Copenhagen is the most famous and well known destination in Denmark, but it is also the most expensive in terms of accommodation. These are some tips for where to stay in this amazing city:


Sleep in Heaven

Sleep in Heaven, Copenhagen

Sleep In Heaven is located in the multicultural area of Norrebro and has previously been voted the best hostel in Denmark at the HostelWorld annual awards. This ia a fun hostel to stay at and the area outisde is quite bohemian with lots of bars. The hostel features an outdoor terrace, bar, pool tables and free Wi-Fi. It is a great social place to stay and meet other travellers.


2. Danhostel Copenhagen City

Danhostel Copenhagen City

Danhostel Copenhagen City is one of the most popular places to stay on a budget. This hostel is close to attractions like the Tivoli Gardens and the Strøget shopping street. Free WiFi is available throughout. Rooms are very clean, include designer furniture and most have amazing views of Copenhagen’s city centre. On-site facilities include a bar, TV lounge, as well as a small children's playroom - this hostel is perfect for families and couples.


3. Copenhagen Downtown Hostel

Copenhagen Downtown Hostel

Downtown Copenhagen is a great value place to stay and is located close to the City Hall Square and Tivoli Gardens. There is an on sire café and bar with live music. Rooms are clean and private or shared are available to book. Some rooms also have views of the Vandkunsten square. This hostel is a great place to stay close to all the main action.


4. Generator Copenhagen

Generator Hostel Copenhagen

Generator Copenhagen is impressive, with brand new decor, huge social spaces and a bar. It is also locacted very close to Kongens Nytorv Square with Kongens Nytorv Metro Station a 5 minute walk away. There is free Wi-Fi throughout and rooms are very modern. 


5. Woodah Hostel

Woodah hostel

Have an interest in yoga or sustainable living? Woodah will appeal to you. This hostel aims to support local, organic, fair-trade and other kinds of earth friendly products. Rooms are affordable and there are lots of healthy food options available.



Aarhus is a city in Denmark on the Jutland peninsula’s east coast. We recommend staying at:


1. Danhostel Aarhus City

Danhostel Aarhus City

Danhostel Aarhus City is in a fantastic central location and has a bar, café and rooms with free WiFi. The hostel is only a short walk to Aarhus Central Station and all the main sights are on your doorstep. You can eat the daily buffet breakfast and there is also a communal kitchen if you prefer to cook yourself. There is also an amazing roof terrace with views across the city.



If you fancy going off the beaten track Borre is a village on the island of Møn in south-eastern Denmark.


1. Moen Hostel & Vandrehjem

Møn Hostel & Vandrehjem

Moen Hostel & Vandrehjem is located in the countryside of Borre and is a great place to stay on a budget. You can choose between rooms with private or shared bathroom facilities. There is free parking, a garden with BBQ area, a communal kitchen and TV lounge. Nearby attractions include Klintholm Harbour, GeoCenter Møns Klint and Lake Hunosø.


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