"Good value for money, boutique hotel near City Hall and Stroget shopping street, a bit wear/tear showing, but ok."
Stayed in a triple room facing the courtyard in January. As weather was cold, central location near City Hall and Stroget shopping street outweighed other factors like size of room, luxury, or a proper bed for our child (as Marriott did - but was not as centrally located). We booked the breakfast with our stay, which was a good thing. They had the basics and also had soya milk, which they provided upon request. The rooms seemed clean, although the bathrooms - especially the baths - need a bit of a freshing up. Not all rooms have safes, but we asked for a room with one (tiny - but good for tablets, etc.). The Square is part of a chain of small boutique, 3.5-4 star hotels - the Imperial (closer to Veterbro train station is much closer - but further away from Stroget the main shopping street (but the more modest end)). There are two Irma markets - if you want to get some drinks, fruits, food), there are also coffee shops, some restaurants nearby. Tivoli Gardens is just two blocks away - but beware - closed during the month of January. The Tivoli Food Hall is open - and a great place to go to for relaxed atmosphere and casual dining - they have everything from Mexican, Japanese, to pizza, but only one Danish (mostly Smorsbrod - open bread w/toppings). Not bad for short stays and if you'll be spending most of your time sightseeing. The Glyptotek, City Hall, Planetarium, and other sights are very close by, and the others as within walking distance - if you're keen on walking.
This is a very nice, comfortable, clean hotel that is a convenient distance to many things. We were within walking distance of Tivoli Gardens, several restaurants, and the train station. We also walked to Nyhaven, the palaces, and the little mermaid.
"2 nights in Copenhagen over new years"
Nice hotel, very centrally located. Just two blocks from Central station, so I walked. Room was a little small, but that's by American standards, as other rooms elsewhere were about the same size. Had everything I needed, but you needed to book access to the lounge, unless you were staying in the executive rooms. I had the cheapest room available. Best part was you could walk to everything with ease. I would shop, come back to drop my things, take a nap and head out again. Higher floors bring better views..of course:-) . You can't go wrong here....just get a room that matches the size of your group :-)
"Attention on booking a room"
Excellent location, nice hotel, BUT.... even though I had made reservation for an EXECUTIVE DOUBLE BED ROOM and I got written confirmation, the receptionist gave me a standard double room and insisted for more than 20 minutes that this no more than 18M2 room was an executive one. I insisted so much and finally I got what I had booked. Again this room was not a double bed because was not available I suggest to all visitors to insist to get what they paid for. Nothing less !!!! I also add that the bed sheets are changed every 4 days !!!!
"Very convenient decent hotel"
Had a bit of trouble finding it having walked straight past the entrance the first time but eventually OK and it was fine. Friendly staff, room was good enough if not overly large. Nice ensuite with very good shower. The room was quiet but had a view over air-conditioning equipment on rooftops. Breakfast a bit of a bun fight with a poorly laid out buffet but the food was fine. Deco in the breakfast area could do with a make-over but was functional. Within easy stroll of Tivoli Gardens and a slightly longer walk to the city centre. Plenty of restaurants around because there is no food available (other than breakfast) in the hotel.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM