The only sensible choice for airport accommodation in Copenhagen, with spacious rooms and a fantastic spa.
City | History & culture | Spa
This award-winning hotel is connected to Copenhagen Airport’s Terminal 3 building via a covered walkway, making it ideally placed for those needing to be right by the airport for early morning flights. The city centre is just 12 minutes away by train and Metro, while landmark attractions like The Little Mermaid statue and transport hubs like the Langelinie international cruise port are just 25 minutes away. Other notable attractions for those not dashing to catch a flight include Tivoli Gardens, the Copenhagen Opera House, the National Aquarium of Denmark, and Stroget, the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe.
The Hilton Airport Copenhagen’s smallest rooms are the largest of any entry-level room type in the city, coming in at a very generous 33 square metres and boasting floor-to-ceiling windows, king-size beds, free Wi-Fi and a desk to work at with an ergonomically designed chair. For even more space, opt for a King Guest Room Plus or Family Deluxe Room, or splash out on a 160-square-metre suite, complete with separate dining area, kitchen, whirlpool, home cinema system and Executive Lounge access. Rooms have airport, city or stunning sea views.
If you’re staying here so as to be up in time for an early morning flight, there’s no reason to miss out on a hearty breakfast. The Horizon All Day Restaurant opens its breakfast buffet at 5.30am and stays open right through lunch and dinner, serving a selection of international dishes. Meanwhile the Axis Bar & Lounge is the perfect place to grab a refreshing Danish beer or a light snack with friends.
Facilities include complimentary bike hire, a fitness room, jogging track, and the Ni’mat Spa. This Asian-inspired spa features six treatment rooms, a heated salt-water pool, an aroma steam bath with an ice-Buddha, relaxing hot tubs and comfortable sofas on which you can relax and enjoy refreshments between treatments. Speaking of treatments, one not to be missed is the ‘Golden Egg’. Looking more like an escape pod from a 1980s sci-fi film, the egg engulfs clients in a meditative silence that’s said to cure jetlag. Another popular option is to pamper your feet in the fish spa, where small garra rufa fish exfoliate your feet by nibbling at your toes!
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