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10 Friendly Places for Coliving Coworking in Denmark + Hostels, Hotels & Airbnbs

Heading to the happiest nation in the world and bringing your work along? This idyllic little Scandanavian country is brimming with attractions and lush green landscapes. You’ll also find plenty of spaces for coliving and coworking in Denmark, so you won’t have to break the bank to enjoy your stay.

Below are some of the best coliving and coworking spaces Denmark has to offer. Each spot is hand-picked from some of Denmark’s best places to live. All you have to do is pick the one that best suits your budget and needs. So let’s jump right in!

10 Best Coworking & Coliving Spaces in Denmark

Steel House Copenhagen — Best Luxury Coliving & Coworking

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  • Price: ~$117/ night
  • Location: Copenhagen
  • Features: Cinema, bicycle rental, games room, gym, indoor pool, communal kitchen, laundry room, luggage lockers
  • Room Types: Single and double bedrooms, 4- and 6-bed dorms
  • Organized Activities: Guided walking tours, morning runs, yoga classes, karaoke events
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.6 out of 5 – 2,284 reviews), Booking.com (4.2 out of 5 – 12,936 reviews)

Nestled in the heart of one of the best cities in Europe, Steel House draws inspiration from New York with its rustic-meets-chic decor.

Rent a bicycle to explore nearby sights like the Tivoli Gardens and the famous Strøget shopping street. And if you’d like to get to know your roomies and the city, why not head out on an organized morning run or guided walking tour?

You can also join in on free yoga classes or keep up with your fitness goals at the on-site gym and indoor pool for less than $3.

Of course, you may also want to meet your work deadlines, and the spacious dining areas are the perfect place to do so.

What we liked: The indoor pool and the rentable bicycles made exploration cheap and super easy.

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Brattenstrand Holiday Apartment — Best Private Studios and Apartments

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  • Price: ~$60/ night
  • Location: Jerup
  • Features: Soccer field, private terrace, swing set, laundry facilities, kitchenette, bathroom with under-floor heating, barbeque facilities, pet-friendly, free WiFi
  • Room Types: Studio apartment sleeping up to 4, or a 1-bedroom apartment sleeping up to 6
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: com (4 out of 5 – 299 reviews), Google (4.6 out of 5 – 47 reviews)

We cannot recommend this spot enough if you’re looking for a cozy, comfortable, and affordable stay. Its private terrace and garden furniture are great for getting some work done while enjoying the Danish countryside and sunshine.

It’s also perfect for late-night banter and conversation with friends over some local beer and a good meal prepared in the well-stocked kitchen. Head to the soccer fields for a jog or a friendly game, or take a walk down to Bratten Strand, about a kilometer away.

This place is also perfect if you’re traveling with kids, as they’ll have access to a playground and plenty of space to run about. The FarmFun theme park is a mere 10-minute drive away, too, so the little ones won’t have any reason to feel bored.

What we liked: The apartment had everything we needed at an unbeatable rate.

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Holmsland Bed & Breakfast — Best Beach Hostel

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  • Price: ~$74/ night
  • Location: Ringkøbing
  • Features: Kitchenette, free WiFi, fully equipped kitchen, en-suite bathroom, barbeque, terrace, coffee machine
  • Room Types: 2 Apartments that sleep up to 3 people each
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (4.6 out of 5 – 34 reviews), Booking.com (4.5 out of 5 – 264 reviews)

Enjoy the peaceful Danish countryside in a spacious, budget-friendly apartment just a few miles from Ringkøbing city center. This B&B features two apartments, one above and one below, each offering a terrace, fully equipped kitchen, open-plan living and dining area, and en-suite bathroom.

Each apartment can sleep up to three guests in its comfy beds. This makes it perfect for small groups or families — especially with all the free space to explore outside. Bring some bicycles and head out to nearby Ringkøbing Fjord or Søndervig Beach on a short, scenic trip.

The apartments also have free WiFi and are far from the city bustle. So you won’t have to worry about noise disrupting you during work hours.

What we liked: We appreciated the peaceful surroundings and roomy, home-like interiors.

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Woodah Boutique Hostel — Best Boutique Hostel

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  • Price: ~$57/ night
  • Location: Vesterbro district, Copenhagen
  • Features: Continental breakfast, concierge, WiFi, bicycle rental, airport transfer, dry cleaning, in-house bar and cafe
  • Room Types: Mixed dorm rooms
  • Organized Activities: Yoga classes, theatre, opera, and ballet tickets, wine and sake tastings
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.8 out of 5 – 909 reviews), Booking.com (4.5 out of 5 – 494 reviews), Google (4.5 out of 5 – 273 reviews)

This quaint and quirky boutique hostel draws inspiration from Japanese sleeping pods and offers the perfect environment for rest and work. The coliving space is at the heart of Copenhagen and features floral decorations and tons of natural light streaming in.

Start your morning with some work and a complimentary continental breakfast at the on-site restaurant, Nakka. Here, you’ll also get 10% off all menu items during your stay. Once you’re fuelled up for the day, you can rent a bicycle or head to Copenhagen Central Station, a 5-minute walk away.

When you’re not exploring Denmark by train, you’ll have easy access to top attractions like the Tivoli Gardens and the Hans Cristian Andersen Fairy-tale House.

What we liked: We loved how many spaces there were for coworking in the hostel and outside.

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Next House Copenhagen

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  • Price: ~$91/night
  • Location: Vesterbro, Copenhagen
  • Features: Gym, rooftop terrace, on-site restaurant, kitchen facilities, free WiFI, games room, bike rental, laundry room
  • Room Types: Private rooms, twin rooms, 4- and 6-bed rooms with en-suite bathrooms, and 4- and 6-bed mixed and women-only dorms
  • Organized Activities: Cinema, beer pong, board games, pizza night, dodgeball, yoga,
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (4.3 out of 5 – 523 reviews), Booking.com (4.2 out of 5 – 7,142 reviews), Hostelworld (4.7 out of 5 – 642 reviews)

This modern hostel in Copenhagen’s up-and-coming Vesterbro district offers you a luxury hotel experience at a fraction of the cost. With an on-site restaurant, five bars, and a leafy rooftop meeting place, this hostel is abuzz with energy and like-minded people.

Enjoy a pizza buffet at the Next Eatery for around $13 (DKK 99), or head to the nearby restaurants within walking distance of this location. You can rent a bicycle for the day or walk to Copenhagen Central Station to explore further.

Get your work done in the many comfy lounge areas, or get your heart pumping at the on-site gym and games room. There are also regular yoga sessions taking place.

What we liked: We appreciated the elegant and luxurious feel of the hostel.

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Hotel Jernbanegade

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  • Price: ~$118/ night
  • Location: Jernbanegade, Kibæk
  • Features: Breakfast included, WiFi, work desk, seating area, free parking, private bathroom, flat screen TV, pool table
  • Room Types: Private standard, single, and double rooms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Booking.com (4.7 out of 5 – 232 reviews), Google (4.8 out of 5 – 107 reviews)

This hotel is perfect for on-the-go travelers who would still like to get some work done in between adventures. The rooms are spacious, with tons of natural light streaming in and a desk and lounge area to work in.

If you’d like to meet other travelers while meeting those deadlines, head to the on-site restaurant or sit at the outdoor benches and enjoy the sunshine.

Enjoy a complimentary breakfast before setting off on your next outing. The hotel is conveniently located opposite the Kibæk Train Station. And attractions like the MCH Arena and Legoland Theme Park are less than a 30-minute drive away.

What we liked: We loved how spacious and bright the rooms were.

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Generator Copenhagen

generator hostelImage from Booking.com

  • Price: ~$53 – $214
  • Location: Copenhagen
  • Features: Free WiFi, terrace, permanent ice bar, pool table, laundry facilities, games room
  • Room Types: Private rooms and 6- and 8-bed mixed and female dorms
  • Organized Activities: DJ nights, karaoke
  • Other Locations: Multiple locations in Europe and USA
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.3 out of 5 – 7,213 reviews), Google (4.1 out of 5 – 3,350 reviews), Booking.com (3.9 out of 5 – 7,800 reviews)

You may already be familiar with the Generator hostels. If not, just know that you’re in for a treat. This award-winning hostel in the heart of Copenhagen has been awarded the best hostel in Denmark and is continuously striving to improve.

This vibrant and modern city hostel has everything from inspiring workspaces to bars and areas dedicated to serious relaxation.

The on-site travel shop is there to help you discover Denmark’s hidden gems and plan your itinerary. Once you’ve planned your day, head to nearby Kongens Nytorv Metro Station or the Nyhavn waterfront district a short walk away.

What we liked: We appreciated the exciting decor and great unwinding area.

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Sleep in Heaven

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  • Price: ~$33/ night
  • Location: Nørrebro, Copenhagen
  • Features: Pool tables, bar, keycard security, outdoor terrace, common area, cafe, courtyard, free WiFi, bicycle hire
  • Room Types: Private rooms and 6-, 10-, and 16-bed dorms
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Google (4.4 out of 5 – 1,190 reviews), Hostelworld (4.4 out of 5 – 7,983 reviews), Booking.com (4.1 out of 5 – 1,281 reviews)

The award-winning Sleep in Heaven hostel has operated since 1999, so you can trust that it knows a thing or two about hosting guests.

It is located in the hip and urban area of Nørrebro, where you’ll find plenty of bars and thrift stores to explore. Rent a bicycle or take a 10-minute walk to the metro to reach Copenhagen city center. If you’re unsure what to do in the area, the staff are happy to give their insider tips.

Set up in the beer garden or on-site cafe when it’s time to work. You’ll also have access to games like foosball and pool to unwind and help you meet fellow travelers.

What we liked: We found the staff super attentive and always willing to assist.

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Private Room in Farm Stay

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  • Price: ~$53/ night
  • Location: Vandel
  • Features: Free parking, dedicated workspace, WiFi, laundry facilities, TV, heating, well-equipped kitchen, coffee maker
  • Room Types: Private
  • Organized Activities: None
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Airbnb (4.99 out of 5 – 199 reviews)

If you’re looking for a serene space away from the city hustle and bustle, this farm stay in Vandel is perfect. This spot features modern amenities, a dedicated work area for productivity sessions, and plenty of greenery to explore. You’ll even see a few horses and other farm animals.

The farm is a quick 10-minute drive from the airport, making it a convenient place to stay. It’s also near attractions like the Lego House in Billund.

What we liked: We loved retreating to the peaceful farm after long days of exploration.

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Urban House Copenhagen

urban house hostelImage from Booking.com

  • Price: ~$30/ night
  • Location: Vesterbro, Copenhagen
  • Features: Lounge, bar, library, games room, classics cinema, on-site restaurant, self-service kitchen, breakfast buffet, free WiFi
  • Room Types: 6- and 10-bed mixed and women-only dorms. Twin and up to 6-bed private en-suite rooms
  • Organized Activities: Bike tours, yoga classes, morning runs
  • Other Locations: None
  • Ratings: Hostelworld (4.5 out of 5 – 6,283 reviews), Booking.com (4 out of 5 – 8,618 reviews), Google (4.3 out of 5 – 4,852 reviews)

As the name suggests, Urban House is a modern space featuring minimalist, spacious interiors and tons of spaces to mingle with like-minded people.

Socialize in the billiards lounge, game room, or courtyard garden over a local beer, or unwind in the Quiet Room. There are also plenty of spaces to get some remote work done before heading to Copenhagen’s best attractions.

Rent a bicycle or take a 2-minute walk to Copenhagen Central Station for affordable transport to top sights.

What we liked: The many spaces for work, relaxation, and socializing.

Check Availability | Booking.com and Hostelworld

Stay at the Best Coworking Space in Denmark

We hope you’ve found the perfect coworking and coliving spaces in Denmark to accommodate you on your travels.

Have a look at these guides to the best places to live in Sweden or the best places to stay in Norway for more Nordic destinations.

 

 

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