Hotel Skt Petri, Copenhagen
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Design is great, service is notfrom NYChelsea
Unfortunately, the service is terrible with major attitude from just about everyone working here who makes it clear they are doing you a favor by letting you stay. It was just me and my partner...no kids...so we didn't have any family demands or expectations...and we're used to visiting trendy spots in New York so we weren't walking around in plaid shorts with cameras around our necks (not that there's anything wrong with that!) The few employees who didn't give us attitude were fairly incompetent so I assume they just started and hadn't picked up the vibe yet.
The lobby for the hotel is on an upper floor yet there is no one at the ground level to greet you nor assist with a taxi. At these prices a little help with luggage upon arrival would be nice. One night we returned to the hotel and our taxi driver didn't have change. We went up to the front desk where the staff dressed stylishly in all black told us they didn't give change and we should try the bar. Went to the bar and found our way through the crowds to the bartender who told us he needed the change he had. Back down to the street and fortunately our taxi driver found another driver who helped him out with some change.
On the plus side, the design is really unique and we enjoyed a very creatively presented brunch in the ground floor cafe. If someone could only get staff into shape, it would be a wonderful choice in Copenhagen. It's hard to say whether I would recommend it -- obviously others have enjoyed it and we did too but at these prices, one expects a certain level of service and Skt. Petri falls very short of those expectations at nearly every turn.
Exellent stay at Skt Petri, Copenhagenfrom charlotta.adolfsson
The breakfastbuffe was also great I think! There could have been a little bit mor "active" staff, but since it was during a heatwave, I think most of the danish people were a bit "off". It was wery warm out, 35 degrees celcius.
There was also valet-parking, (very nice not to have to worry about parking and such). I will absoulutely stay here the next time I go to Copenhagen/Denmark!
Style at a price.from A TripAdvisor Member
If your a light sleeper... wooden floors may be fashionable, but footsteps overhead late at night or early in the morning are very annoying.
And with an open stairway alongside the elevator leading up to all the floors... music from the bar on the 2nd floor on friday and saturday nights until 2 in the morning can also be an extreme nuisance.
[And be prepared to wash out your own glasses a majority of the time.]
A First-Class Experiencefrom Auston
A fantastic room with a nice balcony and seating area overlooking the Latin Quarter...a personal visit by the housekeeping concierge 30 minutes after arrival to ensure everything was to my satisfaction...room serviced early and quickly (within 60 minutes after hanging the sign on the door)...and warm and friendly greetings everywhere I went...just to name a few. And, of course, an excellent location. Highly recommended!
design but let down by staff attitudefrom EuroTravellerPG
This is definitely a 4.5 to 5 star hotel with comfortable, well designed and appointed rooms in a very good location close to downtown Copenhagen and within 200 metres of the metro station (Norreport station with a direct 20 min connection to the main Airport)
A few items would be required to gain the 5 stars, Bathrobes in rooms, staff carrying out cleaning during normal hours (9 to midday rather than hoovering the corridors at 2330 Hrs on a Saturday night!) and most importantly, a complete change in staff attitude.
Staff here need to understand that guests in the hotel are more important than their own ego as being a hip and fashionable hotel. We dined in the main retaurant on the 2nd last nigh of our stay which was fine. When attempting to book the table we were brow-beaten into believeing that there were no tables ("how could there be at such short notice (6 hours) as we are such a fashionble hotel") but when we dined there, many of the tables were unoccupied from 8pm theough to last orders at 10pm)
The previous night the Maitre D' failed to find a table for us, albeit at short nitice. When I pointed to a row of unoccupied (but un-set) tables, he said that they did not serve at those tables (The did the following night!). He exuded a pride in the dining area being full and being unable to accompdate the 2 of us. Had this been a quality location, I would have expected to be told to wait 20 mins and something might come up when some guests finished their sitting (without guarantees)
This kind of self serving attitued is not be found in a 5 star hotel where catering for the guests needs is foremost.
We used the off-site gym which is at no extra charge whilst the hotel's facility is being built.
I will stay here again but hope the condescending attitude to guests disappears.
A little disappointedfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Good Location - Modernfrom MikeCalifornia
Could do betterfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Very cool hotelfrom A TripAdvisor Member
A very individual 5* hotel with great design. We'll definitely go back to stay here again.. soon hopefully.
Great Design Hotelsfrom A TripAdvisor Member
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Copenhagen Costs! Copenhagen is a great place -- we've traveled extensively in Europe and finally went to Copenhagen last week, & were very glad we did. Loved the people, the architecture, the culture, the sights, everything. But we were not prepared for how expensive the city is -- more than London, Paris, or NYC. Two drinks, be they beer, wine, or a simple G & T, always ran in the neighborhood of US $20, if not more. This, of course, is when you convert the Kr to dollars,& it's just not a great time to be doing so. We were able to handle this financially, but we kept thinking about our kids who are in college & are beginning to travel internationally on their own on a budget. It would be much harder to keep to a budget in Copenhagen than in other cities we've visited within the past year -- say Munich, Amsterdam or Brussels. This is in no way a recommendation that one shouldn't go to Copenhagen -- it's a glorious place -- but if $ matters, maybe wait until the dollar is better abroad.
easter dont go at Easter. Cold, wet and closed!
Dont miss out on.... Take the bus or a taxi to the areas Fredriksberg or Østerbro for great shopping, avay from the main "STRØGET". For multicultural gGO TO Norrebro
Other names for Hotel Skt Petri
- skt petri hotel
- skt petri copenhagen
- Address: 22 Krystalgade - Copenhagen - 1172 - Denmark
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