COPENHAGEN - HOTEL ZONES
Amalienborg - Little Mermaid
Amalienborg is home of the Danish royal family located north-east of the city center. Every day at noon you can witness the changing of the guard in front of Amalienborg Palace. This area consists of four identical classical palace facades around an octagonal courtyard. Just south is Nyhavn, a string of pastel-colored cafes, restaurants and bars that are blended with fetching gabled houses on the bank of the city`s canals.
City Center - Stroget
The city center of Copenhagen is the ancient heart of the city bustling with lively streets and attractive squares. Stroget, one of the longest pedestrian only shopping streets stretching from Radhuspladsen and Kongens Nytorv, two of the city`s most visible and busiest plazas. The word `Stroget` does not typically appear on maps, instead it encompasses five interconnected streets: Frederiksberggade, Nygade, Villelskaftet, Amagertorv, and Ostergade. It is small enough to explore many of the popular destinations by foot, while offering enough windy streets, charming parks and canals to find yourself getting lost a few times.
Vesterbro - Tivoli
The one-time Red Light District of Copenhagen, Vesterbro has been through a gentrification that has brought style and cultural diversity to this area thanks to the artists, art gallery owners, fashion designers, and ethnic restaurants and markets. The neighborhood is just west of the city center, centered around the roughly parallel streets of Vesterbrogade Istedgade and Sonder Boulevard, which runs west to the Carlsberg Brewery and Frederiksberg Park. Vesterbro is home to the largest concentration of Copenhagen hotels and is also the city`s best area for lively pubs, dance clubs and upscale swanky lounges. If you don`t mind a little noise, the atmosphere here is exciting.
Tivoli is nestled between the city center and Vesterbro, the area around the Tivoli gardens is one of the most touristy part of town. The neighborhood is in the heart of it all, with immediate access to Tivoli`s pebbled paths and thrilling amusement park rides. The central railway station is located next door, while just opposite is the vibrant Radhuspladsen town hall square. This is the gateway to cultural attractions, including the historical relics at the Nationalmuseet and the sculptures and paintings at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.