Having stayed in quite some Airbnb’s, I dare to say Dida’s apartment in Copenhagen was one of my favorite places. Not only was I impressed by her Scandinavian x Cosyness interior design, she was the loveliest person to share a place with. When I returned quite early one day because I was feeling sick, she was so kind to make me some soup and hot tea, and asked me to let her know if I needed anything else. She’s the kindest and let me experience the Danish hygge first-handedly.
So, if you want to book a fairly cheap place to stay, in the trendy, non-touristy neighbourhood Nørrebro, near Copenhagen’s center, Dida’s place is where you need to be. She was so kind to let me take some photographs of her place, too. Enjoy this home tour!
A sitting room where you can hang around (ha – get it?) whenever you want. You might be somewhere in the High North, but that doesn’t mean you can’t lie down in a hammock. Hammocks should be a vacation obligation. There, I said it.
This is the room where the guests sleep in. It’s simple and basic, but let’s be honest, what more do you need? The balcony was a nice extra, although the view consisted of just apartment blocks. The bed was comfortable, there was plenty of room for my stuff, the wifi connection was great and there were enough sockets to charge my iPhone, camera and power bank at night. As far as rooms go, this one was quite the winner.
You can book a room in Dida’s apartment for €47 a night through the Airbnb website right here 👇🏼 www.airbnb.com/rooms/13470008
And, party party, if you book your stay through me (click), you get a worthwhile discount of €35 on your first Airbnb trip! What are you waiting for?