Kid-friendly hotels, hostels and B&Bs in Denmark
There are a good number of family-friendly hotels in Denmark to choose from. Most hotels will offer a cot for a baby and a lot of hotels will also offer a roll out bed for your hotel room, but of course it varies from hotel to hotel. You can see a list of recommended family-friendly hotels in Copenhagen here. If you’re staying in a city, look out for Scandic Hotels in particular, who have family rooms with a collapsible bunk bed and a double bed, ideal for families of 4. They also allow you to book the room next door if you’re travelling with teenagers.
Note that Denmark's beachfront spa hotels often have age restrictions for children and may be best for over 16s, so check before you book.
Hostels can be another great option for families, with private rooms and bathrooms along with kitchens and reasonable prices. You don’t have to be a hiker or a backpacker to enjoy them – in fact, you’re likely to meet other families there too. Danhostel and Hostelling International are two great places to start.
And then if you’re looking for an option where you don’t have to cook every meal yourselves, Danish B&Bs are a good choice. They are typically small and intimate, and some have family rooms, a small kitchen and space to play outside.