On busy Vesterbrogade, the Savoy might seem like it will suffer from street noise but all of the rooms face the pleasant courtyard, which should ensure a quiet night. The shops, bars and restaurants of Vesterbro are on your doorstep (as is the slightly sketchy, but safe, red light district).
The 66-bedrooms are pretty uniform and all face the courtyard. The decor is simple and homely, although the beds in the single/twin rooms are pretty narrow. There's free wireless internet, a desk and chair and tea and coffee making facilities. The family rooms (some formed by two inter-connecting rooms) come with two beds and either a single or double sofabed.
There's an attractive, ivy-clad terrace for sitting out in fine weather and the bright, if slightly bland, breakfast room. Apart from that you're limited to the lobby, which has a public PC and a vending machine - that's it.
Eating and drinking
The breakfast is decent quality.
None to speak of.
I found the cheerful service here reflected the generally glowing reports from other guests.
Who stays there
Independent travellers on a budget seeking a bit of character and charm.
In quiet times rates fall into the budget range, although they do creep up in peak conference season. Obviously you'll get better prices the earlier you book. Generally speaking though the Savoy offers among the best deals for its category in town.
- High-Speed Internet
- Backpackers / Students
- Business travellers
Pros & Cons
- Pleasant, quiet rooms
- Rather narrow single/twin beds
- Smallish rooms