250 square meters intriguing and very bright penthouse apartment in the center of Copenhagen with its own private 10 square meters roof terrace.
It is truly one of the most unique apartments in Copenhagen. The apartment was designed by one of Denmark’s much known designers – Ole Palsby, who also lived in the apartment. There is sun in the apartment the entire day from 5 am to 10 pm. It is possible to see a tiny bit of Sweden from our private 10 square meters roof terrace.
It is possible to sleep in seven separate beds. However, then one of you have to sleep in the living room. We have seven beds for adults and two beds for kids (and an inflatable mattress for two persons). And then we have two sleeping couches. So there can be a total of nine or ten adults and two kids. The two sleeping couches are situated in the living room and upstairs on our first floor, and thus it is not possible to sleep in in darkness.
Disponible para huéspedes
There is Viaplay and Netflix, Tidal, free internet access and X-box.
Atención a los huéspedes
If you encounter problems during your stay, you can always contact me.
Otros aspectos destacables
Below is some practical information about our home, the neighborhood and what to do in Copenhagen.
We have three rooms where it is possible to sleep in total darkness.
1) There is a double bed in one of the rooms upstairs which cannot be moved.
2) In room number two (the childrens room 1) there is also a double bed, but I can be made into two single beds. In room number two there is also a bed for kids until the age of 12.
3) In room number three (the childrens room 2) there is a single bed. However, one of the sleeping couches or the inflatable mattres can be moved in here if necessary. In room number three there is also a bed for kids until the age of 12.
Furthermore we have two sleeping couches, one 120 x 200 cm bed (for one or two adults) and one inflatable mattres for two persons.
So there is a total of 10-11 beds for adults and two beds for kids.
NB. There is no elevator in the building.
Bikes for free:
We have 2-3 bikes which you can use for free. Then we also have some bikes (including a cargo bike with electricity, which you can use for free if we don't these bikes ourselves. There are pictures of all the bikes on our profile.
WiFi / Network:
The router is placed in the cupboard on the first floor. Close to this the connection is best and quickest. But
most of the appartment is well covered WiFi-wise, only the entrance area has low coverage.
Music / Sonos:
Feel free to listen to our music via Sonos. Use the controller to navigate the music system. You will find a
broad offer of music through Tidal. If you have brought an iPod you are also welcome to use our speaker for
this - it’s located in the living room.
We receive television from the danish broadcast only. The available
4: DR Ramasjang (for small kids)
7: DR Ultra (for bigger kids)
If you would like to stream tv instead we have access to Netflix and
Viaplay via Apple-TV. The Apple-TV box is located on the first floor. To use this do the following:
On the TV remote press ‘Home’ and tap the arrow down to get to
‘HDMI 4’. Press the center button on the circle to choose this. You
now get access to the Apple-TV menu.
On the Apple-TV remote press ‘Menu’ twice to get to the main Apple-
TV menu. Choose your program by pressing the center button.
Feel free to use our Xbox One. The games available is apparant from the front menu.
Check out is at 13.00. However we are very flexible if it is possible.
Guidebooks and maps
We have two guidebooks about Copenhagen, which you can borrow. We also have maps and brochures about Copenhagen which you can have.
There is a hairdryer and iron in the bathroom, which you can use.
Washing machine and dryer
Washing machine and dryer is located in the main bathroom. Please let the lid be open if you use the washing machine. The dryer is the one on the top – please remember to clean the filter after use.
Detergents for use in the dishwasher is located on the window shelf above the sink in the kitchen.
Opening the door to the roof-top terrace
Twist the doorhandles and push the door outward to open the door to the roof-top terrace. Sometimes the
door seems to ‘lock’ before it closes, simply push slightly outwards if this happens - and it should be able to
The dining tables
Please help us reduce wear of the table and use place mats or a tablecloth if you eat at the blue table in the living room.
The place where you have to get rid of the garbage is in the back yard. You can get in and out with one of yours keys (the black).
We have safety lockers on the windows, but you can take these off. Our apartment has a lot of windows, so if there is a lot of sun especially the upper floor can be quite hot. Then it is a good idea to open some windows.
The bus 1A which you can take just opposite our apartment takes you directly into the city center. Get off at Kongens Nytorv. The price of a ticket is 24 DKK.
If you want you can buy a City Pass which gives you unlimited access to busses, trains metro and habour busses I zone 1-4. An adult city pass for 24 hours is DKK 80 and 72-hours is DKK 200. If you are below 16 years a 24 hour City Pass is DKK 40 and a 72-hour City Pass is DKK 100.
There should be a lot parking places during summer time because people are on vacation. So you will be able to park just outside of our apartment. When you have a car you have to buy parking tickets or buy a ticket for more days: (URL HIDDEN)
However, you can park your car for free outside the parking zone, which is about 900 meters from our apartment. The address where you can park free starts on Østerbrogade 160 (we are living at Østerbrogade 100). You have to pass the intersection with Strandboulevarden/Jagtvej. (URL HIDDEN)
Parking zone Østerbro (URL HIDDEN)
If there is a newspaper at the doorstep just take it in and put it on one of the shelves in the entrance.
The tap-water is 100 safe to drink.
If we are not here when you leave (which we very seldom are) then just look the door and put the keys in our mailbox (Haisler/Kristensen).
There are blinds for most of the windows.
There are three touch lamps at the beds.
There are many grocery shops very close (Netto. Meny, Føtex, Kiwi etc.).
There is also a good bakery (Meyers) on the opposite side of the street.
Things I could not live without is my children, good music, good food, interesting people around me, art, and a lot of sunshine.
As a host, I prefer people, which just blend in. As a guest, I respect the people I live with.
Just treat others the way you want to be treated yourself. Life does not have to be more complicated than that.