Avenue Hotel Copenhagen (Copenhagen)


Avenue Hotel Copenhagen (Copenhagen)
Avenue Hotel Copenhagen

country: Denmark, city: Copenhagen (City Centre)

Avenue Hotel Copenhagen Avenue Hotel Copenhagen

Location
Avenue Hotel Copenhagen is located next to the city lakes, in an attractive and quiet area. The property is at a walking distance from the fair centre, main shopping street, amusement park and the city hall square. You can go in search of adventure on foot, in car, city bike and sightseeing buses or catch the metro directly to New Harbour and enjoy a canal tour.

Rooms
The hotel boasts 68 bedrooms that are comfortable and equipped with standard amenities. High ceiling rooms and a charming atmosphere characterises the entire hotel.

Restaurant
Enjoy a drink or a bite to eat in the hotel lounge before going to your room, where every feature is selected for your comfort.

General
Meeting facilities for up to 20 persons are also provided.

Note
The Lifts at the hotel are under renovation from 20/03/2006 to 20/04/2006, and are not available for use. However, minimum noise level is guaranteed.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Parking facilities
Reception
Restaurant
Cable / Satellite TV
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Telephone

Extra Information:

Address:
Aboulevarden 29 Frederiksberg
Copenhagen DK 1960


International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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