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The island of Amager nestles in the Øresund just off the eastern shoreline of Copenhagen, and includes city centre areas and towns such as Dragør and Kastrup. A large part of Amager is reclaimed land, and it boasts sandy beaches, top shopping, scenic nature reserves, one of the biggest aquariums in this part of the world and renowned architecture.
Amager has an exciting if chequered past, and five bridges now link it to Copenhagen itself. The city centre areas are divided into Amager East and West, and the island has enjoyed a new surge of popularity thanks to recent construction projects. Start your tour of Amager in the greenness of Ørestad, home to award-winning architecture such as the 8TALLET, shaped in the form of a figure of eight and standing at the edge of Kalvebod Common’s nature reserve. You should also take in the innovative Tietgenkollegiet. Continue to Field’s, home to 140 shops, a cinema and a golf course – one of the biggest shopping centres in Scandinavia.
Set course for the 2,000 hectare nature reserve of Kalvebod Common, where cows, horses, sheep and deer graze contentedly. This protected area makes a fantastic contrast to the surrounding modern architecture and is particularly magical in the morning mist. Amager Strandpark is another lovely area where you can swim, water ski, windsurf and play volleyball – all just a 15-minute drive from the city centre.
You can’t come on holiday to Amager without seeing the National Aquarium Denmark, Den Blå Planet which covers 12,000 square metres. No fewer than 53 different aquariums, 450 species and 7 million litres of water mean that it’s no surprise that the “Blue Planet” is one of Denmark’s most popular attractions!
The Copenhagen Metro runs direct to Amager East and West, and both areas are also well served by buses. However, you could also opt for the transport choice of Copenhageners – a bicycle. The trip takes just half an hour from City Hall.
Discover a new side of the capital on the island of Amager, featuring unspoilt scenery, architecture and exciting attractions.
Great location close to airport. Comfortable bed. A nice addition would be free coffee in the lobby!
Good location and friendly staff!. The bathroom shower had no soap/shampoo and the shower area impractical as water comes all over the floor and there is a squeegee to wipe the water away!
Situated near the beach, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from The Blue Planet Aquarium and within 3 miles (5 km) of Amager Beach Park and Field's Shopping Centre. Copenhagen Opera House and Royal Arena are also within 6 miles (10 km). Lufthavnen Station and Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup Station are within a 2-minute walk.
Good enough to stay for a nice near airport. But it’s not as new as it looks on the photos. Front desk was helpful though.
Fantastic apartment very central to public transit and activities in Copenhagen. Professional staff and international level amenities. We will be back.
Convenient location for the Airport - hotel a little basic. Breakfast was good