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Skt. Petri

4.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Saw a lot. Great location. Easy to get around and walk.

We were upgraded to a jr suite for free. Best shower ever with simple buttons. Great breakfast with a high tech latte/cappucino machine. The hotel is in a great location and the staff is super friendly. HOWEVER I can't give it 5 stars for 2 reasons. First, it is super loud on weekend nights. It's next to the university and some very popular bars and hangouts. Get a room up high or facing the interior if you don't want to be kept awake until 2 am by drunken singing. Second, there were a couple small glitches. Nothing huge, they thought we'd had soda from the minibar because we left bottles out for recycling, but they hadn't actually checked the fridge. At this price point I expect more accuracy.

The staff was very friendly. However, the hotel is undergoing a major renovation. Something which was not told to us until we arrived. Having known ahead of times about the construction (from the hotel or Orbitz) we would have stayed somewhere else. For a 4+/ 5 star hotel we expected it to be a bit nicer overall.

What an amazing surprise. I read countless reviews about the small rooms with small beds...at 6' 3" that didn't sound appealing to me. I booked a great deal on a 'western' room and after a 5 hour delay and 10 hours of flying...this room was exactly what I needed. There was some construction going on in different floors. I could hear hammering in the AM but it was nothing more than just a bit of background noise. Breakfast was plentiful with options that would satisfy any morning routine. The dining area was full of light and a wonderful way to start the day.

We arrived early so the room wasn't ready. We checked our bags and took a walk. When we got back and got our room key we headed up. The room was fine however really hot. We waited and waited for it to cool off no such luck. We had dinner reservations so we told the desk we need another room. They could only offer a lessor room. With a queen. Only one night so it's was fine. We got back from dinner and moved our belongings. The new room had a single bed! One more move and finally a good room. The staff was sincere on trying to help it was just frustrating. Apparently the air conditioning in half the hotel was not working

my family were completely satisfied with our stay. We love the hotel ambient , big room size and fcilities. All staff were friendly and helpful. food served were good. Location is closed to every attractions.

My husband and I stayed a total of 2 and ½ weeks there. Perfect location, great staff, very comfortable hotel. The sheets could have been just a little softer and maybe some nicer bathroom supplies, other than that, it couldn't have been nicer!

Hotel is in a great area, however, the university is right there and the noise level on friday and saturday night with the local pubs is loud. If you have a room facing the street you will be up until the wee hours of the morning. If you prefer to shower, make sure to ask for a room with a shower box or, you will be climbing in and out of a bathtub to shower. Definitely not a 5 star hotel as advertised. If you want 5 star, you need to stay at the Marriott.

Stayed during the heat wave in mid July in an interior,3rd floor room overlooking the lobby and dining area (fully enclosed). Felt a bit confined with no ability to open windows to the outside, but at the same time the room was quiet and stayed cool. Did request a different room on a higher floor with external windows a couple times but none were available (for me at least); wasn't in the hotel much so it was okay. Breakfast brunch was pretty good. Location was very nice and central for walking the city. Room was small and cramped (barely room for a medium suitcase). Bathroom had a strange moldy smell. Shower was oddly configured and was not possible to use without getting water all over the floor and counter (hence the drain outside the tub I imagine). Lame gym. No pool or jacuzzi. Beds okay. I would recommend for the location and value but have low expectations. First time in Copenhagen so don't know if what I had was typical.

Great location, clean and modern room. Only downfall is that the shower was small and didn't have a curtain (or any door). Would recommend!

A little disappointed Room. Not really very comfortable

Skt Petri is definitely one of the nicest hotels in Copenhagen. Right in the center of the city, close to everything, shopping, cafes, dining, trains, etc.... Staff was very friendly and attentative. Room was clean and maid came everyday. Overall it was outstanding. Solid 4 star hotel, just not a 5 star.

Hotel Skt Petri, very modern hotel in a perfect location.

We were happy with our stay at First Skt Petri Hotel Copenhagen and would be very happy to stay there again. The hotel is well located, the room we had was spacious and clean. The only downfall for us was that mattress was too soft for our liking. We would have preferred firmer mattress. However, this is a matter of personal preference. Highly recommended.

The best thing about this hotel is it's location. It really can't get any better. Close to the touristy streets but also close to all the local surprises like specialty shops, galleries, cafes, parks and the best farmers market in town. Concierge staffs were not the most knowledgeable about some things but overall everyone was friendly and helpful. Oh the outdoor area on the lobby level is a hidden gem!

Clean, well-located, good breakfast. Bed pillows and coverlet lumpy and not as soft as expected.

A 5 star hotel with a 3 star experience. How can you be a 5 star without even a facial tissue? It is at least one of the basic things you need in the room. Wi-Fi is for free. The room is too small. Even for one person there is not enough space for your luggage. There are no coffee maker or at least a water cooker to make tea.

It's a five star hotel but it does'nt meet the standard. It does not even have a facial tissue in the room. It is one of the standard things. No water cooker for tea. It should be 4 star hotel. The room where I stayed is very small. Five star hotel with a four star experience... No gym as well when they are promoting it on their website.

Staff is very pleasant and accommodates most requests. Rooms are not fancy and it is not a 5 star hotel, but, the location is very good for my purposes.

We stayed for five nights in December while working on a project in Copenhagen. The location is perfect, walking distance to all of central Copenhagen and, in case you need to go farther, just a couple of blocks to the city's largest rail station, Norreport. The food is excellent, though expensive. Concierge was very helpful in recommending restaurants in several price ranges.

Krystalgade 22 Copenhagen

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Stroeget and Round Tower
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Skt. Petri places you within a 5-minute walk of popular attractions such as Stroeget and Round Tower. This 4.5-star hotel has 288 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Centrally located in Copenhagen, the hotel is also a short walk from Tivoli Gardens and City Hall Square.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.


Rooms

All of Skt. Petri's 288 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including safes, ironing boards, and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.


Property features

Renovated in 2017, Skt. Petri offers a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 8 meeting rooms. Valet parking is available for DKK 500 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a business center, a computer station, and express check-in.

Room options

Superior Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Deluxe Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Junior Suite

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Family Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Skt. Petri

Everyone (5) Couples (7) Business (4) Family (3) Other (5) Friends (1)
5

wonderful hotel, very helpful staff.

Everyone

Saw a lot. Great location. Easy to get around and walk.

By , from Chicago on May 8, 2017

Review comment responded on May 12, 2017

Dear Mary, Thank you for your nice feedback, I will be sure to share your comments with my colleagues. We truly look forward to welcoming you back to the SKT. PETRI sometime very soon. With kind regards, Sebastiaan van Kraaij Guest Relations SKT. PETRI

4

stylish and hip hotel but needs a little polish

Everyone

We were upgraded to a jr suite for free. Best shower ever with simple buttons. Great breakfast with a high tech latte/cappucino machine. The hotel is in a great location and the staff is super friendly. HOWEVER I can't give it 5 stars for 2 reasons. First, it is super loud on weekend nights. It's next to the university and some very popular bars and hangouts. Get a room up high or facing the interior if you don't want to be kept awake until 2 am by drunken singing. Second, there were a couple small glitches. Nothing huge, they thought we'd had soda from the minibar because we left bottles out for recycling, but they hadn't actually checked the fridge. At this price point I expect more accuracy.

By , from Seattle on Oct 3, 2016

3

truth

Everyone

The staff was very friendly. However, the hotel is undergoing a major renovation. Something which was not told to us until we arrived. Having known ahead of times about the construction (from the hotel or Orbitz) we would have stayed somewhere else. For a 4+/ 5 star hotel we expected it to be a bit nicer overall.

By on Sep 25, 2016

5

great location and more importantly, great room

Everyone
It's time for breakfast...

What an amazing surprise. I read countless reviews about the small rooms with small beds...at 6' 3" that didn't sound appealing to me. I booked a great deal on a 'western' room and after a 5 hour delay and 10 hours of flying...this room was exactly what I needed. There was some construction going on in different floors. I could hear hammering in the AM but it was nothing more than just a bit of background noise. Breakfast was plentiful with options that would satisfy any morning routine. The dining area was full of light and a wonderful way to start the day.

By , from Walnut Creek, CA on Sep 19, 2016

3

good intentions

Everyone

We arrived early so the room wasn't ready. We checked our bags and took a walk. When we got back and got our room key we headed up. The room was fine however really hot. We waited and waited for it to cool off no such luck. We had dinner reservations so we told the desk we need another room. They could only offer a lessor room. With a queen. Only one night so it's was fine. We got back from dinner and moved our belongings. The new room had a single bed! One more move and finally a good room. The staff was sincere on trying to help it was just frustrating. Apparently the air conditioning in half the hotel was not working

By , from Scottsdale on May 12, 2016

4

excellent location , good room size and servises

Families

my family were completely satisfied with our stay. We love the hotel ambient , big room size and fcilities. All staff were friendly and helpful. food served were good. Location is closed to every attractions.

By , from hong kong on Apr 6, 2016

5

fantastic place to stay

Couples

My husband and I stayed a total of 2 and ½ weeks there. Perfect location, great staff, very comfortable hotel. The sheets could have been just a little softer and maybe some nicer bathroom supplies, other than that, it couldn't have been nicer!

By on Dec 8, 2015

3

great location

Singles

Hotel is in a great area, however, the university is right there and the noise level on friday and saturday night with the local pubs is loud. If you have a room facing the street you will be up until the wee hours of the morning. If you prefer to shower, make sure to ask for a room with a shower box or, you will be climbing in and out of a bathtub to shower. Definitely not a 5 star hotel as advertised. If you want 5 star, you need to stay at the Marriott.

By on Oct 7, 2014

3

good location; mediocre otherwise

Singles

Stayed during the heat wave in mid July in an interior,3rd floor room overlooking the lobby and dining area (fully enclosed). Felt a bit confined with no ability to open windows to the outside, but at the same time the room was quiet and stayed cool. Did request a different room on a higher floor with external windows a couple times but none were available (for me at least); wasn't in the hotel much so it was okay. Breakfast brunch was pretty good. Location was very nice and central for walking the city. Room was small and cramped (barely room for a medium suitcase). Bathroom had a strange moldy smell. Shower was oddly configured and was not possible to use without getting water all over the floor and counter (hence the drain outside the tub I imagine). Lame gym. No pool or jacuzzi. Beds okay. I would recommend for the location and value but have low expectations. First time in Copenhagen so don't know if what I had was typical.

By on Jul 30, 2014

4

convenient location - 4*

Couples

Great location, clean and modern room. Only downfall is that the shower was small and didn't have a curtain (or any door). Would recommend!

By on Jul 20, 2014