Danish hostels (known as Danhostels) are for everyone. You can book to stay in private rooms, family rooms or shared dorms depending on availability and budget. It is reasonably cheap to stay at Danhostels, so they are a very popular accommodation choice for groups, backpackers and people looking to meet and interact with other travellers on their holiday.
A family room for two people costs on average 400 to 600kr, while a bed in a shared room costs on average 150 to 300kr. If you use an international hostel card you can enjoy a 10% discount on your hostel stay in Denmark. Read more at our Hostel card section.
You can see how many stars a hostel has received (between one and five) and book hostels in Denmark on the Danhostel website.