Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Copenhagen Denmark (2023 Updated)

Copenhagen, Denmark one of the most beautiful cities I have ever visited (and expensive in the same time) with great architectural, lots of excellent coffee shops and super friendly with the gay and lesbian community. The gay parade in Copenhagen held on 19th of August attracts thousands of visitors to this nordic city. But where to stay in Copenhagen during the gay parade and in gay friendly hotels Copenhagen?

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in the Kingdom of Denmark are some of the most extensive in the world. The Kingdom consists of the Realm of Denmark a sovereign state compromising three constituent countriesDenmarkGreenland and the Faroe Islands.

In Denmark, same-sex sexual activity was legalized in 1933, and since 1977, the age of consent has been equally set to 15, regardless of sexual orientation or gender.Denmark was the first country in the world to grant legal recognition to same-sex unions in the form of registered partnerships in 1989.

Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. It’s linked to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. Indre By, the city’s historic center, contains Frederiksstaden, an 18th-century rococo district, home to the royal family’s Amalienborg Palace. Nearby is Christiansborg Palace and the Renaissance-era Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by gardens and home to the crown jewels.

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We have selected for your the top 5 gay friendly hotels Copenhagen:


1. Hotel Windsor 2* – Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen 

Located only few minutes away from Nørreport Train and metro station, Windsor Hotel in Copenhagen is ideally located to the main  touristic spots of Copenhangle and a great hotel for a weekend get-away in 2!

It is centrally located to many of Copenhagen’s famous tourist attractions, which makes the Hotel Windsor an ideal “base of operation” for anyone visiting Copenhagen. The Workers’ Museum is just around the corner. The Botanical Gardens is just one block behind the pension. There is a small marketplace across the street to get a nice meal

The Hotel Windsor in Copenhagen, Denmark is a typical pension. So, if you’re looking for an American-style hotel/motel, the Hotel Windsor is not for you.

Each of Windsor’s guest rooms has cable TV access and a washbasin. Toilets and showers are shared.

The rooms are  very spacious with a good view of the food market over the road. Within the room was a comfortable double bed and a sink. Considering the price of Copenhagen in general I think the value of this hotel was very good.

Breakfast is fairly minimalist but for the price paid it is ok. There are rolls, cheeses, colt cuts, spreads, coffee and tea.

How much does a room costs at Hotel Windsor Copenhagen?

Prices  start 126$/night for the Double Room with shared bathroom. The Single Room with shared bathroom is 94$/night.

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2. Andersen Boutique Hotel –  Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen

Copenhagen is  considered the Mecca for gay men in Northern Europe and with the every year gay parade on 19th of August the hotels are almost fully booked and a city center hotel is ideally to catch the best of the gay parade in Copenhagen  

Set in the trendy Vesterbro district, this boutique hotel is just 200 m from Copenhagen Central Station which makes it ideally for visiting Copenhagen during the gay parade!

Great location, being only a few minutes walk from the train station gives you an central base from which to explore the city.

The room are nicely decorated, came with fresh fruit and the bed was really comfy, you can slept very well. The bathroom is  quite small, the toilet is almost in the shower but it all worked well and didn’t affect our stay.

Breakfast buffet is exceptional ! (over a dozen types of freshly baked breads and pastries, excellent selection of sliced meats, variety of cheeses, hot items,cereal, scrambled eggs and sausages, euro style cheese and ham, fish and bread/croissants.

The staff are very friendly and helpful and the free glass of wine each night in the lounge helps guests mingle.

Room size is  16 m² and amenities include Hairdryer, Free toiletries, Toilet, Bathroom, Slippers, Bath or Shower, Toilet paper

With views of the courtyard or the street, this rooms features a Samsung LED TV, Molton Brown toiletries and décor by Designers Guild.

gay accommodation copenhagen
gay accommodation copenhagen

How much does a room costs at Andersen Boutique Hotel ?

Prices  start 198$/night for the Standard Double. The Junior Room is priced at 370$/night and can accommodate up to 4 persons. This suite features a soundproofing and cable TV and it’s double the size of the standard double room.

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3Generator Copenhagen Hostel – Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen 


Generator Hostel
Generator Hostel

Situated 150 m from Kongens Nytorv Square, Generator Copenhagen offers budget accommodation, a late-night bar and free Wi-Fi throughout the property. Kongens Nytorv Metro Station is 5 minutes’ walk away.

Generator is situated in the city, just short walks to Kongens Nytorv, Strøget, Raadhuspladsen, Tivoli, the Main Train Station and lovely Nyhavn, for instance. Amalienborg Castle, parks, lakes and museums.

Although it says it is a hostel, the feeling you get there is more of a hotel, the only thing that still keeps its name is the shared bathrooms and bedroom.

Generator Hostel  is the perfect place to stay for those travelling with friends who don’t want to blow their whole budget on a hotel

Generator’s guest rooms have either private bathrooms or shared facilities.

The rooms are clean enough and the small bathroom (for private double room) perfectly adequate. There are comfortable nooks in the public spaces to lounge around in, which is great for travellers who may be sleep deprived from traveling at all hours. There is also an outdoor terrace, with picnic tables, and petanque. On the ground floor is an ice bar as well.

Breakfast foods are very spread out however has everything you expect, cereals, cold meats and cheese, salads, bread rolls, rye bread, yoghurt, tea.

How much does a room costs at Generator Hostel Copenhagen ?

Prices start 132$/night for the Standard Double Rooms with private bathrooms. One bed in the mix 8 beds dormitory starts from 35$/bed. Breakfast is not included and costs 12$/person a bit princely to say.

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4. Admiral Hotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen

Admiral Hotel Copenhagen
Admiral Hotel Copenhagen

Our next recommendation for a gay friendly hotel Copenhagen is a 4* hotel, Admiral a  waterfront hotel is next to Amalienborg Royal Palace and opposite Copenhagen Opera House.

The Admiral is a beautiful hotel located within walking distance (of a couple of miles if you enjoy walking as we do) of most of Copenhagen’s main attractions. It’s located just a couple blocks from Nyhavn on the water with a fabulous view of the opera house and Papiroen. Main shopping street, Stroget, is not so close to the hotel but is reachable with 15 mins walk.

The rooms are a little old so things are looking a little dated. The room are not sound proofed well and we constantly heard all sort of noises from the street, other room and pipes, so caution for a light sleeper. There is also no AC, but there was a fan in the closet that could be used for warmer nights

Breakfast offers a wide selection both hot and cold and is more than adequate and  good choice of food, coffees, juices.

The bar has an outdoor patio that faces the harbor and is a great spot for a drink on a cool evening.

hotel gay friendly copenhagen
hotel gay friendly copenhagen

How much does a room costs at Admiral Hotel Copenhagen ?

Prices start 275$/night for the Standard Double Rooms with private bathrooms. The Junior Suites is priced at 440$/night and includes a bedroom and a lounge with a flat-screen TV and minibar. Breakfast is not included and costs 24$/person.

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5. Cabinn Metro Hotel 2* – Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen 


Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen
Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen

Our last suggestion for a gay friendly hotels Copenhagen is a 3* hotel is Cabinn Metro hotel a very popular and on demand hotel in Copenhagen.

Situated 700 m from Ørestad Train Station, this eco-friendly hotel offers free WiFi and compact, yet functional rooms.

The location is quite brilliant for the Bella Center as its a 10 mins walk so you get a decent bit of excercise but not too far. It’s right next to the Field’s shopping centre too. Transport wise its excellent too. From the airport it’s 6 mins on the train

The rooms are small but with all the basic facilities Tea/Coffee maker, TV, Telephone, in room shower toilet etc. The Rooms are neat & clean.

The rooms also had a small desk, chair, space for the towels and closet, space for the luggage, mini-kitchen with sink and shelf underneath. The bathroom is a bit tiny, but had hot water and all the amenities you’d expect.  The bathroom is small and the the shower does wet the entire floor.

The breakfast is convenient (you can pay by the day) and the food was quite good (fresh, and a nice variety).

To sum up the Cabbin Metro offers great value,staff who are friendly and professional and do their best to provide a good experience.

Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen
Gay Friendly Hotels Copenhagen

How much does a room costs at Cabinn Metro Hotel Copenhagen ?

Prices start 275$/night for the Standard Double Rooms with private bathrooms. The Junior Suites is priced at 440$/night and includes a bedroom and a lounge with a flat-screen TV and minibar. Breakfast is not included and costs 24$/person.

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by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.