Ida was an excellent host. Very kind, considerate, and accessible. She provided us detailed instructions of the place, which made our life very easy, and a long list of local attractions, which made our stay very interesting. She responded fast whenever we had questions or problems before arrival and during our stay.
We liked the place very much. The apartment was even better than we had expected from the photos. What makes this apartment very pleasant is the open-space feeling, which is somewhat difficult to sense from the pictures. Windows facing northeast, southeast, and west bring lots of natural light and pleasant breeze. The apartment has everything we needed and they were very well organized. The kitchen was equipped with all the necessary tools and machineries, and all the essentials such as oil, spice and all kinds of sauces. We really enjoyed cooking here. Lastly, the host has two small children and this made this place a perfect fit for us. Kids-friendly and thoughtfully prepared: Kids’room was filled with all kinds of toys that our 2-year old daughter had full access to, and the living room even had a swing hung from the ceiling. Ida also prepared everything to make sure that we could start the no-hassle life with a toddler right away: a foldable bath for a baby, a baby cot and also the changing table had all the necessities (diapers, wipes, plastic bags and plenty of towels). She also gave us a detailed list of the local good playgrounds and facilities for kids which was really helpful when traveling with kids. We were very thankful to Ida for how much effort she had made for our stay.
Nørrebro is a very interesting place to stay in Copenhagen, with great diversity. While many immigrants live in the area, there are great cafes and restaurants popular to local Danes. We enjoyed both high-end bakeries and bottom rock shawarma place (which offers quite tasty and authentic Turkish food). Surrounding the apartment are many playgrounds and parks, where we had a very nice time with our daughter. In terms of the location, you should be prepared to use bus or bicycle: walking to the city center (e.g. Strøget and Tivoli) takes around half an hour and is indeed very nice but you don't want to do it every day.