Great apartment in an area referred to as the 'French Quarter' of the city. Lots of lovely cafes, restaurants and bars nearby. The apartment was spacious and beautifully decorated. The host met us and gave us loads of useful insider tips re city sights, places to eat etc. All in all, a really super stay in Copenhagen. Would thoroughly recommend this as a base from which to explore the city.
The apartment was absolutely wonderful and centrally located to Copenhagen and public transportation. The bakery shop below was so awesome. The employees were so friendly. They adjoining street was shut down on Saturday for a festival and early evening concert. So much fun. We had a flight delay that put us into Copenhagen much later than anticipated. The owner was just so accommodating. I would highly recommend this location.
This apartment was beautiful and extremely well located - it was a real treat to stay there.
My only concern was that because it was someone's home, there was nowhere for us as guests to put anything and we ended up living out of our suitcases. This was OK for a couple of days but for any longer it wouldn't really have been acceptable. I think the owners need to give a little bit more practical thought to their guests if they are to continue renting.
We absolutely loved staying here and the flat has everything you'd need as well as being superbly located. It's a 10 min walk to the station or you can fly up (2 stops) on the very regular 6A bus and catch other buses from around the station to other locations further afield.
On the street you have a wet fish shop, 2 great friendly French delis, a convenience store, a couple of restaurants and a few shops. On the perpendicular streets you have an array of retail outlets, eateries, supermarkets and a pub type bar (just down from Wok).
The great War Pigs and Fiskebar in the meat packing district are a short walk as are the two Mikkeler places.
There's a lovely park 10-15 mins away or just a few more stops on the 6A - I'd recommend walking as there's a few interesting little shops. At the time they had a small skating area too but avoid the tragic zoo. Also near the park is the Storm P Museum and the Carlsberg Museum.