Denmark Trip

Top hotels in Denmark

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
4 out of 5
Toldbodgade 24-28, Copenhagen
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs7,325 per night from 17 Dec to 18 Dec
4.4/5Excellent! (2,226 reviews)

"Would absolutely stay at this location in future visits to Copenhagen. Located in a lovely area of Copenhagen, next to tourist spots such as the Nyhavn, but still quiet. Local convenience stores within a few minutes walk. Rooms were very spacious and well designed. Did notice a lot of cobwebs/spiders ..."…"

Reviewed on 22 Sep 2020

Copenhagen Admiral Hotel
Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport
Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport
4 out of 5
Ellehammersvej 20, Kastrup
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs9,452 per night from 11 Dec to 12 Dec
4.5/5Wonderful! (3,588 reviews)

"This is the most convenient hotel to stay at if your stay in Copenhagen involves a flight from Kastrup Airport. The hotel is a part of the of the airport complex, and you can walk to your airline check-in counter in less than 5 minutes of leaving your room. This hotel has been through several owners ..."…"

Reviewed on 27 Sep 2020

Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport
Ascot Hotel
Ascot Hotel
4 out of 5
Studiestræde 61, Copenhagen
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs6,958 per night from 2 Dec to 3 Dec
4.2/5Very Good! (744 reviews)

"The hotel was located perfectly for our trip, right in the centre of the city. If you’re planning to explore all areas of Copenhagen then this is the perfect location. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. They went above and beyond many times during our stay and I cannot praise them highly ..."…"

Reviewed on 20 Sep 2020

Ascot Hotel
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Denmark Holiday Packages

Fashion and haute cuisine intersect with Viking heritage and the oldest monarchy in Europe in this trendy, yet ancient Scandinavian country. Fairytale author, Hans Christian Andersen, was from Denmark. The country feels legendary, with Viking heritage, grand castles from Europe’s oldest monarchy and a rich landscape of dark forests and mysterious islands. Add a cosmopolitan modern culture centred on gourmet cuisine, innovative design and high fashion, and you have the varied experience of today’s Denmark.

Think of Denmark as three main sections: Jutland, the mainland part near Germany; Funen, the central island; and Zealand, the eastern island including Copenhagen.

Spend a few days in Copenhagen enjoying world-class food and fashion. Shop along Strøget, the city’s pedestrian-only main boulevard and high-fashion centre. Make a reservation to eat at one of Copenhagen’s highly regarded restaurants. Try Noma, often called the world’s best restaurant.

Copenhagen is the heart of Denmark’s monarchy, which survives to this day. With roots from 10th-century Viking Kings, Denmark’s royal family is considered to be the oldest in Europe. Visit many castles and palaces from early days of the monarchy. Today, the Danish Queen spends winters in Copenhagen’s Amalienborg Palace, an 18th-century complex featuring a massive plaza where you can watch the daily changing of the guard. Head north of Zealand to see Fredensborg Palace, the Queen’s residence in spring and fall, and Kronborg Slot, a military barracks that served as the setting for Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Branch out of Zealand to see Denmark’s incredible natural landscape. Visit Møns Klint, towering chalk cliffs on an island south of Zealand. Head into Jutland, where beaches and sand dunes run up the entire western coast along the North Sea. Søndervig is a popular beach here, and the Wadden Sea is a vast area of coast exposed at low tide and inhabited by millions of birds. Drive up to Skagen, Denmark’s northernmost point.

Fly into the international airport outside Copenhagen. Once in Denmark, rely on the extensive train, bus and ferry network to get around. Come in summer to enjoy the beaches or visit in winter to see the royal castles frosted in heavy snow.

Frequently asked questions

How much does a Denmark holiday package cost?
Custom make your Denmark holiday package from a low . Pick from any combination of flights, hotels and rental cars to put together the getaway you’ve been dreaming about. Remember to add on some tours and experiences!
If I'm not able to travel, can I cancel my Denmark holiday package?
Whether it’s your hotel or flight, you can cancel or alter it. Locked in your Denmark holiday package in the last 24 hours? You may be able to make changes for free. If it’s been longer than that, you may incur a fee from your airline, hotel or car rental company. For more information, visit our Customer Service Portal. We’ll help you each step of the way.
How do I get a cheap travel package to Denmark?
You can save as much as 21.4% if you bundle your hotels, flights and car rentals into a Denmark holiday package. Sometimes cheap packages mean fewer choices. But that’s not the case with Expedia. We offer over 400 air carriers and 321,000 properties across the world, so you’ll always have plenty of options to choose from. Like to save even more? Add some interesting activities to your package deal and unlock even more bargains! After all, travel is about far more than just getting to your destination.
Where should I stay in Denmark?
Copenhagen is an awesome destination to include in your itinerary. This is where you’ll find well-known sights such as Tivoli Gardens and Stroeget. Skagen also draws in many globetrotters eager to check out some of the best attractions in Denmark. They include Grenen and Skagens Museum.
What are the top hotels in Denmark?
Look up Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport and Copenhagen Admiral Hotel. They’re the first choice for lots of travellers to Copenhagen. If Vejle is next stop on your itinerary, Zleep Hotel Kolding and Munkebjerg Hotel are cosy options.
When is the best time of year to visit Denmark?
is known as peak season in Denmark, while is usually a lot quieter. If you’re searching for an awesome deal on your getaway, consider the month of . It’s also worth noting that is usually the most expensive time to visit.
How far in advance should I book my Denmark holiday?
Reserving your flight early with Expedia means one less thing to worry about. Most air carriers display prices up to 12 months prior to departure dates. This is usually the cheapest time to book. If circumstances have left you booking late, fantastic last-minute deals to Denmark are still known to appear a few weeks before departure.
What does an Expedia Denmark travel package include?
Expedia has everything you need to arrange your Denmark getaway, but how your package is structured is your call. Choose from a combination of flights, hotels and rental cars. After some tours or experiences to keep you on the go? Once you’ve made your booking, you can add them too. No matter your budget, there’s a deal to meet your needs.
What should I know before booking a Denmark travel package?
When you book your flights, hotels and car rentals together, you’ll land awesome discounts. Whether you’re planning a mountain getaway in a cabin or prefer to stay in a fancy hotel in the city, Expedia will help make it happen.
Does Expedia offer Book Now, Pay Later Denmark holiday packages?
If your need to travel has come up unexpectedly, Expedia can help take the financial load off your shoulders. Having joined forces with online lender Affirm, we have a Book Now, Pay Later solution for all holiday packages. It’s easy to set up a payment arrangement for your trip that works for you.
Can I choose my airline with a Denmark Expedia holiday package?
Yes, and with more than 550 airlines to choose from globally, it’s all about choice. Scroll through the available options and find out which airline suits your budget and needs.