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Radisson Blu Scandinavia: Launching a Copenhagen Adventure

Radisson Blu Copenhagen is part of the Punxsutawney TPOL Trip Report.

Those trusty Radisson points were so useful in Scandanavia (see Hotel Review: Radisson Blu Saga Hotel Reykjavik & Radisson Blu Strand Hotel, Stockholm). Once again, I used them to save me plenty of dough.Church Office Building with a sign in front of it

Getting There

Enter the metro station from Terminal 3. Take the M2 to Kongens Nytorv Station, where you’ll change to the M1. Get off at Islands Brygge Station.

a sign in a subway station
Jens here


The hotel isn’t right in the old town but it is close enough. The train stop, Kongens Nytorv, is a few minute walk to the fun of Copenhagen (see Guns & Butter: Copenhagen Travel Guide).a building with a parking lot and a parking lot


When you think Radisson, one thing comes to mind: small rooms. This one was no exception. At least it didn’t have the standard setup of two twins pushed next to each other.a room with a television and chair a bed with a large window a tv on a wall


I hate European showers. I am not an auotmobile. I do not want to be sprayed by a removable shower head. I also do not like the tub with the partial glass enclosure. Water goes everywhere and it’s not the warm cocoon needed post partying.a bathroom with a sink and mirror a shower and bathtub in a bathroom a group of small bottles on a counter


Denmark is expensive, very expensive. Saving money on hotels makes ridiculous experiences at $400 Michelin restaurants possible.

a room with a window and a bed and a chair
Not the best view but it was free.


Points save the day again.



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