Big bright apartment in significant building block from 1940. Panoramic window, balcony, original kitchen/bathroom and classic Danish design furniture.
The apartment is 96m2, divided in 4 major spaces. The two bright living spaces, linked with the cosy balcony. They are having a great view over the open public space in front. The bedrooms are facing the quiet backyard. The original straightforward bathroom has a small bathtub and the old, charming kitchen is fully equipped for preparing any meal you like. Feel free to use salt, peber, herbs, oil etc. The apartment can easily host two couples. One living space can easily be closed off and used as bedroom, where our double, luxury air mattress can serve as bed(URL HIDDEN)
Positioned in the heart of the friendly area of ‘Frederiksberg’ you will have cafes and speciality shops right at your doorstep. Enjoy a meal at the affordable ‘Meyers Deli’ (Claus Meyer was the co-founders of NOMA) or taste the best coffee or learn how to brew it at the Coffee Collective Lab just across the street. From the apartment you will catch a glimpse of a great indoor pool with gym and wellness area, and a bit further you will find one of Copenhagen’s biggest parks and the ZOO.
Connect with other Copenhagen neighbourhoods by bus just outside the apartment or by metro 5 min away (the airport is 18 min away by metro). Are you arriving by car, use the 2 hours of free parking or the affordable day tickets.
Linen and towels are included in the price.
Looking forward to welcome you!
All the best
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My name is Sidse, I am an architect and I live with my boyfriend and our baby in the apartment in Copenhagen. We chose to establish our small family within the city because both of us are addicted to the wide range of cultural opportunities the city can offer. We would love to share our best tips and tricks with you as a visitor in Copenhangen, wherever you prefer spending your days exploring the wide range of galleries and museum, trying out the ’New Nordic’ restaurants or visiting some of the newest architecture. We both lived and worked in Belgium and The Netherlands for several years and would love to welcome international visitors, with the same generous hospitality as we met while living abroad.
Looking forward to see you!
All the best