Hostels for Groups in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is a beautiful city with a rich history and progressive vibe. It appeals to all types of travelers, from school groups to party goers. There are hostels that accommodate groups of all sizes and offer staff to help with your coordination efforts.

Below are just a few of the hostels that may welcome your group to Copenhagen.

How much do hostels in Copenhagen cost?

Average Dorm Price $26 ($20 to $34)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $107 ($49 to $521)
Dorm Bed: $23.51
Private Room: $29.39
Overall Rating: 88%
Generator Hostel Copenhagen is located near Kongens Nytorv, which is the largest square in the city. The hostel is ideally situated so that you can walk to most of the city's top attractions. The hostel staff is welcoming and eager to help you with any questions you may have. They are very knowledgeable on local restaurants, entertainment and public transportation.

The building is six stories and the interior is decorated with a modernist style and colorful decor. Both shared rooms and private rooms are available. There is also a bar on site. Continental breakfast is served every morning for a small fee.

Generator Hostel is a chain of hostels found throughout Europe. They are equipped to deal with groups of varying sizes. Each group is given a "group coordinator" to answer any questions and ensure that all of your needs are met. Private rooms are also available for group leaders. Dorm rooms vary in size from twins to eight bed dormitories. There is also private meeting space available on the property. Guests under the age of 18 are not allowed to stay in shared rooms, so photo ids are required.
Adelgade 7 , Copenhagen, Denmark,
Dorm Bed: $25.42
Private Room: $29.39
Overall Rating: 84%
Danhostel Copenhagen City is one of Europe's largest hostels, with 1,020 beds spread between a range of room types. The five star hostel is ideally situated just a ten minute walk from the central train station and bus terminal. It's also within walking distance of City Hall Square, Tivoli Gardens and Copenhagen's city centre.

There are many amenities available within the hostel including free Wi-Fi in every room, an internet cafe, a television room, a book exchange, and a bar with cheap drinks inside the lobby. There is also a restaurant that serves an all-you-can-eat buffet for a reasonable price.

The hostel is prepared to handle groups of varying sizes. Families, backpackers, large school groups, and camps are all welcome. The staff is friendly and welcoming and will do everything they can to ensure your group is comfortable and well organized.
H.C.Andersens Boulevard 50 , Copenhagen, Denmark,
Dorm Bed: $125.00
Private Room: $173.33
Overall Rating: 87%
Copenhagen Downtown Hostel is centrally located between Christiansborg Palace and the Tivoli Gardens. It's just a short walk from Kastellet, the Little Mermaid, and Freetown Christiania. Public transportation is close by and connects travelers to everywhere they might want to go within Copenhagen. The hostel is an affordable option that is a good value for budget travelers.

The hostel has many amenities for visitors including a lounge, bar, cafe, and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet for a small price. There's also a kitchen available to guests. The hostel hosts a variety of social events including "free dinner" events that let guests interact and socialize. In December they serve traditional Danish Christmas food.

The hostel has 88 rooms that range from private rooms to shared rooms which sleep between two and ten people. Both private and shared bathrooms are available. Dorms have secure lockers available as well.

The hostel is prepared to host groups of varying sizes. A variety of group types are welcome including university groups, youth and school groups, stag and hen parties, sports groups, and friends or families, among others.
Vandkunsten 5 , Copenhagen, Denmark,
Dorm Bed: $209.00
Private Room: $394.50
Overall Rating: 86%
Bedwood Hostel will quickly become your home away from home. The hostel has an ideal setting for socializing, with a comfortable common area where travelers enjoy hanging out and listening to music. There is also a small courtyard where you can enjoy a cup of coffee to start the day.

The hostel is located in Copenhagen's city center. There are rooms that sleep anywhere from six to twelve guests on bunk beds. Each bed has a curtain, reading lamp, and power outlet. Lockers are available in all of the rooms. A breakfast buffet is served every morning. The buffet includes home baked bread, ham and sausage, cheese and jam, muesli, oatmeal, and cornflakes, as well as milk, coffee, tea and juice. There is an additional charge for the buffet. Other amenities available to guests include a kitchen, laundry facilities, bicycle rental, and free wi-fi.

Groups are welcome in the hostel. It is recommended that larger groups make arrangements well in advance, particularly if you're visiting during the peak summer months. Small groups may book online but larger groups must contact the hostel directly. If the group has 30 people, you can reserve an entire floor.

Nyhavn 63C , Copenhagen, Denmark,

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