Discover more with our guide to finding the best Denmark hotels at the lowest possible prices…
Located in Northern Europe and dripping with cool Scandinavian style, Denmark is an enchanting destination. Arrive in spring, when the shackles of winter are melting away to reveal fresh buds in Copenhagen’s lovely open spaces. The capital comes to life during this special season, especially when the amusements and rides of Tivoli Gardens open for the year in April.
In summer, take the children on a magical journey to Billund, home of the original LEGOLAND.
Autumn is beautiful in Aarhus, Denmark’s second city and a much under-rated short-break destination. Its fusion of old and new buildings really dazzle on warm autumn days when the sun spins gold across the rooftops.
The joys of Christmas flood across the nation in winter, when cheap hotels in Denmark are snapped up by bargain hunters hoping to fill festive stockings with bundles of unique gifts bought at Christmas markets.
With flights from the UK taking less than two hours to touch down in Denmark, a break of just one or two nights is achievable… though you will long to stay for more.
To find your ideal hotel in Denmark, simply tell us when and where using the search tool and TravelSupermarket will quickly scour the market to compare the best deals. Using our price-comparison prowess is also the best way to find cheap flights to Denmark. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your break today.
Find the perfect accommodation in Denmark and get your break off to the best possible start…
The majority of those jetting to Denmark are heading for the cool harbour style, amazing restaurants and countless attractions of Copenhagen. We can’t blame them; this capital city is a real stunner and an ideal getaway for every kind of traveller. Book Copenhagen hotels in central areas such as Nyhavn, Tivoli and Vesterbro to be within walking distance of the main attractions.
There are many mid-range and luxury hotels in Copenhagen, with a few budget options available in central areas. Denmark’s other major urban areas - Aarhus, Odense, Aalborg, and Esbjerg - also have a good range of hotels to suit all styles and budgets. In Billund, there are many family hotels available offering a range of activities and amenities for youngsters.
Hotels in Denmark are in demand during the busy summer months, in the run up to Christmas and at weekends throughout the year, especially those between late spring and early autumn when visitors planning short breaks take advantage of milder weather. During these times in particular it is wise to book hotels well in advance of travel to ensure you secure your ideal hotel at a low price.
Denmark boasts a wonderful cocktail of galleries, parks, museums, restaurants and old and new attractions...
Top five attractions
The Little Mermaid
Easily Copenhagen’s most iconic sight, this bronze sculpture pays homage to the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale of the same name. It has been attracting tourists to the waterside for a hundred years.
The original LEGOLAND is still pulling in visitors by the thousands in Billund. Young and old alike can enjoy hours of fun and even stay over at the Lego Hotel. The Billund park is also home to the world’s largest Lego sculpture – a model of a Star Wars X-Wing fighter that is made of more than five million bricks.
Den Bla Planet
The Blue Planet is one of the world’s largest aquariums and has everything you need for a superb family day out. The underwater tunnels are the major highlight; they take you into the depths of the aquarium’s man-made ocean experience. This stunning modern aquarium is within minutes of central Copenhagen.
This world famous amusement park is just a short walk from Copenhagen train station and promises an immense wonderland of thrills, spills and family entertainment. Established in the mid-1800s, it was a regular haunt of Hans Christian Andersen. It was also visited several times by Walt Disney, who drew inspiration from it for his own theme parks.
Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
One of Denmark’s fastest-growing visitor attractions, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art is respected as a centre of excellence for its regular displays and installations. It also holds permanent displays of works by artists such as Francis Bacon, Henry Moore, Picasso, and Andy Warhol. The museum is located about 45 minutes to the north of Copenhagen by road.
There is never a shortage of things to do in fun-loving Denmark...
Ribe International Viking Market; April/May: Each year, hordes of visitors don Viking outfits and gather in Ribe on the west coast of Denmark to stage an authentic show of how life would have been 1,400 years ago. Ribe is a 30-minute drive south of Esbjerg.
Roskilde Festival; June/July: More than 80,000 music fans flock to this event, which began as a small gathering in a field in 1971, and is now one of the biggest music festivals in Europe. Roskilde is 30km to the west of Copenhagen and can easily be reached from city centre hotels.
Hans Christian Andersen Festival; August: Odense is home to more than 200 free events that help to celebrate the legacy of one of Denmark’s favourite sons.