There are 118 rooms split into five categories: small single, G room (small double), standard double, double standard and a junior suite. Rooms vary greatly in shape and size due to the untouchable original structure of the building. The average room size is 30 sq metres. The smaller rooms are tiny but if it's just to sleep, then they are great value. All the rooms look fantastic. Minimalist lines crossed with a retro edge give the rooms that Scandinavian design feel you may be looking for by coming here. If you have a bit more of a budget then we recommend staying in a junior suite. The original building's structure is most evident here - the rooms are on the corners of the building and are laid out in an octagonal shape with large windows on three of the room's sides. Light and bright, the rooms feel extremely cosy despite their clean lines. There is something homely about these rooms. As the building is listed, putting in double-glazing was not possible; noise from the streets is audible. The surroundings are fairly quiet although the noise level tends to increase on summer evenings when people are outside bars in the street, so try to grab yourself a room that is higher up rather than on the lower floors. What's more, the windows open fully - you won't find any of those windows glued shut for your own safety business here.
The highly-aesthetic look of the rooms will hit and please you. Black and grey desks, low-lying chairs and poufs, white walls laced with a touch of fluorescent green, yellow or blue, makes this contemporary design extremely soothing and pleasing to the eye. The beds are comfortable, although like in most Copenhagen hotels, expect the double to be made up of two separate mattresses and duvets!!. Strange at first, but at least your partner won't go stealing your bit of duvet in the night!
The bathrooms are a lot larger than they need to be and feel slightly out of place as they look like slightly old-fashioned in the style of tiles and general look. Junior suites have a bathtub as well as a separate shower. You won't find any cute toiletries to take home with you as they are a thing of the past when it comes to protecting the environment. This does mean that the soap dispensers on the walls wash hands, body and hair, so if you are fond of your hair conditioner; make sure you pack some with you. Don't pack too much with you in terms of clothes though as apart from a few hangers there is no wardrobe space. There is no mini bar.