Copenhagen Mercur Hotel
Its central location provides easy access to shopping, dining and culture. The City Hall Square, Tivoli Gardens Amusement Park and Copenhagen Central Station are all about 5 minutes’ walk away.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic city break deal before it goes. The Copenhagen Mercur Hotel is situated in the centre of Copenhagen, lying just a few minutes’ walking distance away from the city’s most prominent attractions. Guests will find themselves within easy access of the Tivoli Gardens, the famous Stroget pedestrian shopping area and the national museum. This wonderful hotel enjoys an attractive architectural design, blending effortlessly with its historical surroundings. The guest rooms are beautifully appointed and come complete with modern amenities. Travel Now Pay Later Copenhagen Mercur Hotel Jetnow.
- Central Location
- Spacious rooms
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 1 hour 30 mins, transfer to city centre around 30 mins by train or shuttle bus.
Board options: Room Only or Bed And Breakfast.
Standard Double Room
Standard double rooms sleep up to 2 adults and have bathroom containing a shower, hairdryer, flat screen television and tea and coffee making facilities. Room upgrade options are also available.
Other room options include family rooms and triple rooms .
Food & Drink
Restaurant serves breakfast.
Centrally located to explore the many restaurants and street foods.
Breakfast including the famous Danish Pastry's.
Denmark's many charms have become apparent to a global audience, particularly in recent years. Scandinavia's "European" wing boasts glorious beaches, beautiful fairy-tale castles, lush forests, a temperate climate, friendly citizens, and a joie de vivre that's infectious.
Peaceful, sustainable, fashionable – welcome to Denmark. Holidays to this Scandinavian stunner promise cities like artsy Copenhagen, alongside rural regions that are primed for adventures for families, friends and couples alike. It’s great for wintry breaks, dining on Danish favourites like meatballs and pickled veg, cycling, sailing and so much more.
Tivoli Gardens - when visiting Copenhagen, many visitors make a beeline for this iconic recreation space. Dating from 1843, Tivoli is the inspiration behind the world-famous Disney theme parks, and here, you'll find a huge range of attractions including a roller coaster, roundabouts, puppet theatres, restaurants, cafés, gardens, food pavilions, and even a Moorish-styled concert hall. The star of countless images and postcards of the city, Nyhavn (New Harbor) is a great place to stroll or grab a slice of Copenhagen café culture and located to the rear of Amalienborg Palace. A 10-minute stroll from Tivoli Gardens leads to the National Museum (Nationalmuseet), which delves into Danish history and culture. Outside Copenhagen the LEGO House in Billund, the birthplace of the iconic LEGO brick, is a family attraction that all ages will enjoy. And not forgetting the bronze statue of The Little Mermaid (Den Lille Havfrue) is Denmark's most visited tourist attraction. Over one million people visit her each year.