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Hotel Sct Thomas

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Room is on the smaller side but enough for a single person (booked single room). Bathroom is pretty clean, which is what I care about the most. Location is decent. Approximately a 15 min walk from central station and next to many bus stops. The street is also safe and has many shopping / grocery stores. Would recommend.

Feels like you are staying in a stranger house with no safety.

Room was small, but clean and walkable to many attractions.

We had read positive reviews, noting that std room really small ... but then the photos on hotel web page were done really well. Received email solicitations from hotel offering upgrades for $15, but not persuaded ... ya know, the photos kept me comfortable with the std room selection. "Standard double" room is pretty tight! but entirely workable being several sq ft larger than a typical stateroom on cruise ships. We very much enjoyed our stay at hotel SCT Thomas ... it was an easy 15-20 minute walk to Tivoli (I thought over-rated, but probably maavelous if doing amusement rides) and 'other 15 min to Havn and a bit farther to the royal palaces. sct Thomas a great location, great value, wonderful "continental breakfast" with delicious Scandinavian trademark breads, cheese, fruits, cereal, hard-boiled eggs, ... etc. Yes, the high profile named hotels were closer to attractions ... Holland America is partnered with couple close in hotels at $350/night (of course including hotel to port transportation. Cab from Thomas to port was $25 using hotel voucher.)

I booked this hotel without knowing much about Copenhagen, or about hospitality in Denmark for that matter. St Thomas Hotel was on the cheaper side, yet included breakfast+internet, and a private bathroom (a luxury by Copenhagen hospitality standards from what I've seen online). My single bedroom was really, really small (maybe 80-100 sq ft) and the bathroom was a long, narrow stretch on the side of the bedroom, not for the claustrophobics! However, it looks like this hotel has larger rooms as well. That said, it couldn't have been a greater experience: super helpful and nice staff, great breakfast buffet, super clean room and hotel, nice atmosphere, and great location too: if you don't want to be in the more touristy area, but still close to the center, that's the perfect spot. You'll get a real feel for the city and will have plenty of nice cafes, bars, and restaurants to choose from on Vesterbrogade (try Lêlê!). 2 bus stops away from the central train station, 3 from city hall, or a light 20-minute walk. I'd book there again for sure.

The hotel was perfectly located, right in the center but away from the noise of the high street. Rooms were basic but totally fine (though I think there are some tiny ones, so make sure you ask for a big one). Breakfast wasn't included in our rate, but there is an AMAZING cafe right across the street, so we ended up being grateful for the opportunity to eat there every day.

Staff is very helpful. Location is only 10 to 12 minute walk from train station and just a couple more minutes to the core of the city center. Rooms are clean though definitely 3small. Remember to bring own shower soap and shampoo needs as none are provided. Breakfast is adequate, but disappointing that a hotel breakfast in a Scandinavian hotel does not serve sald herring. That's a first for me. I would recommend saying here for 1 to 3 nights max.

Had a layover and was just looking for someplace to crash. Location was about 1 mi from the train station which I considered walkable. It is the opposite direction from most of the more touristy areas. No AC in the rooms (typical of Copenhagen) so in July it was a little warm.

The hotel locates in a very nice quiet place. It is within walking distance to get to the center. It is accessible by many buses and about 10 minutes to the Metro station. Room is a bit small but clean with big windows. Bathroom is small but neat. Breakfast is wonderful. I will recommend this hotel.

As a first time visitor you always worry about being too far from everything but this hotel was perfectly located. We were about a 15 min. walk to Tivoli Gardens which is very central. The hotel is well maintained and we didn't mind the tiny room, probably because we'd just got off a cruise ship with a small cabin! The breakfast was excellent. Denmark is very expensive and we decided not to go to restaurants. There are some good grocery stores nearby to buy a sandwich and salad. The room has no amenities but good towels and they charge $1.50 to get a coffee or even hot water from a machine in the lobby--though they give you 2 tokens for 2 free cups when you arrive. They do have a good computer in the lobby for no extra charge which worked very well. Still, for such an expensive city, we think it was a really good hotel with a friendly and helpful staff.

Single room was very small, but serviceable. A fair amount of noise from hall, and from the street outside. A bit more mildew in the bathroom than I would have liked. Decent breakfast buffet in a nice little dining rooms helps you energize for the day. For a little oasis, walk down the street, away from center, to the lovely Fredriksberg Park.

Good stay, clean- bathroom small but did the job, thin walls- can hear neighbors. Nice breakfast although a bit disorganized the way it's set up. A 10-15 min walk from train but there's a bus stop outside that helps- buy the "city clip" for 10 rides in the 2 zone area- helpful to get around. Nice & quiet from street. Free computer use.

The hotel was extremely clean. The hotel staff gave me free WI-FI for an extra day. Fredricksberg is a high class area just minutes away from the heart of the city. The staff are very accommodating. As a international student who decided to stay a few days longer in copenhagen, I would highly recommend this area and especially this hotel to couples, business travelers, or even to families. Really quaint place that gives you a feel of CPH.

Frederiksberg Alle 7 Frederiksberg

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Tivoli Gardens
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas

Tivoli Gardens is a short stroll from Hotel Sct Thomas, and other popular attractions like Stroeget are within a mile (2 km). This 60-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, coffee/tea in a common area, and a computer station. Located in central Frederiksberg, the hotel is also near City Hall Square and Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.


Rooms

All 60 heated rooms provide desks. 21-cm TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep and bathrooms offer hair dryers.


Property features

Hotel Sct Thomas features free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and coffee in a common area. Self parking is available for DKK 200.00 per night. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a computer station, free newspapers, and a TV in a common area.

Room options

Small Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Room, 1 Double Bed

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room

Twin 4 | Sleeps 4

Condo, 3 Bedrooms

Full 2 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Hotel Sct Thomas

Everyone (4) Business (2) Couples (4) Other (3)
4

small room but clean!

Everyone

Room is on the smaller side but enough for a single person (booked single room). Bathroom is pretty clean, which is what I care about the most. Location is decent. Approximately a 15 min walk from central station and next to many bus stops. The street is also safe and has many shopping / grocery stores. Would recommend.

By on May 16, 2017

2
Everyone

Feels like you are staying in a stranger house with no safety.

By on Sep 3, 2016

4

nice clean room

Everyone

Room was small, but clean and walkable to many attractions.

By on Jul 7, 2016

4

nothing fancy, clean & comfortable

Everyone

We had read positive reviews, noting that std room really small ... but then the photos on hotel web page were done really well. Received email solicitations from hotel offering upgrades for $15, but not persuaded ... ya know, the photos kept me comfortable with the std room selection. "Standard double" room is pretty tight! but entirely workable being several sq ft larger than a typical stateroom on cruise ships. We very much enjoyed our stay at hotel SCT Thomas ... it was an easy 15-20 minute walk to Tivoli (I thought over-rated, but probably maavelous if doing amusement rides) and 'other 15 min to Havn and a bit farther to the royal palaces. sct Thomas a great location, great value, wonderful "continental breakfast" with delicious Scandinavian trademark breads, cheese, fruits, cereal, hard-boiled eggs, ... etc. Yes, the high profile named hotels were closer to attractions ... Holland America is partnered with couple close in hotels at $350/night (of course including hotel to port transportation. Cab from Thomas to port was $25 using hotel voucher.)

By , from Denver, CO, USA on May 31, 2016

5

great value and overall experience

BusinessTravelers

I booked this hotel without knowing much about Copenhagen, or about hospitality in Denmark for that matter. St Thomas Hotel was on the cheaper side, yet included breakfast+internet, and a private bathroom (a luxury by Copenhagen hospitality standards from what I've seen online). My single bedroom was really, really small (maybe 80-100 sq ft) and the bathroom was a long, narrow stretch on the side of the bedroom, not for the claustrophobics! However, it looks like this hotel has larger rooms as well. That said, it couldn't have been a greater experience: super helpful and nice staff, great breakfast buffet, super clean room and hotel, nice atmosphere, and great location too: if you don't want to be in the more touristy area, but still close to the center, that's the perfect spot. You'll get a real feel for the city and will have plenty of nice cafes, bars, and restaurants to choose from on Vesterbrogade (try Lêlê!). 2 bus stops away from the central train station, 3 from city hall, or a light 20-minute walk. I'd book there again for sure.

By on Dec 9, 2015

5

beautiful copenhagen

Couples

The hotel was perfectly located, right in the center but away from the noise of the high street. Rooms were basic but totally fine (though I think there are some tiny ones, so make sure you ask for a big one). Breakfast wasn't included in our rate, but there is an AMAZING cafe right across the street, so we ended up being grateful for the opportunity to eat there every day.

By on Sep 11, 2015

4

adequate

Singles

Staff is very helpful. Location is only 10 to 12 minute walk from train station and just a couple more minutes to the core of the city center. Rooms are clean though definitely 3small. Remember to bring own shower soap and shampoo needs as none are provided. Breakfast is adequate, but disappointing that a hotel breakfast in a Scandinavian hotel does not serve sald herring. That's a first for me. I would recommend saying here for 1 to 3 nights max.

By on Sep 24, 2014

3

nice [small] room

BusinessTravelers

Had a layover and was just looking for someplace to crash. Location was about 1 mi from the train station which I considered walkable. It is the opposite direction from most of the more touristy areas. No AC in the rooms (typical of Copenhagen) so in July it was a little warm.

By on Aug 2, 2014

4

recommend the hotel

Couples

The hotel locates in a very nice quiet place. It is within walking distance to get to the center. It is accessible by many buses and about 10 minutes to the Metro station. Room is a bit small but clean with big windows. Bathroom is small but neat. Breakfast is wonderful. I will recommend this hotel.

By on Jul 19, 2014

4

a lucky find!

Couples

As a first time visitor you always worry about being too far from everything but this hotel was perfectly located. We were about a 15 min. walk to Tivoli Gardens which is very central. The hotel is well maintained and we didn't mind the tiny room, probably because we'd just got off a cruise ship with a small cabin! The breakfast was excellent. Denmark is very expensive and we decided not to go to restaurants. There are some good grocery stores nearby to buy a sandwich and salad. The room has no amenities but good towels and they charge $1.50 to get a coffee or even hot water from a machine in the lobby--though they give you 2 tokens for 2 free cups when you arrive. They do have a good computer in the lobby for no extra charge which worked very well. Still, for such an expensive city, we think it was a really good hotel with a friendly and helpful staff.

By on May 26, 2013