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Reviewed 28 June 2018

Stay: June 10 - 15, 2018
Room: Captain Room - #407
Pax: 2

"All you need to sleep", is the slogan of Cabinn Metro and it is littered around the hotel and is there to remind you exactly what product they are. And I really admire them for being very honest with that. After all, why do majority of people stay here? It's definitely not for anything aside from it's price. It's a very no-nonsense approach, which makes it a good business hotel.

Room: Apparently, the captain room is the biggest room they have out of all room categories and with two adults inside the room, we struggled. It was terribly warm inside the room as there's no sign of any AC or ventilation, so you do need to crack a window to open. But alas, the window has another damn window outside of it which truly defeats the purpose. Did the hotel designer intend to kill every hotel guest through suffocation or heat? If the answer is yes, he's a damn good designer.

There were two single beds in the room and we managed to stick them together to create a double bed and voila, a bigger bed for one person or for two people without the fear of rolling over and ending up on the floor.

You have to be quite creative in placing your luggage around the room in order to get some moving space around. We had two medium-sized bags along with a carry-on bag, and that greatly limited our moving space. But we sucked it up and managed.

Toilet/Bathroom: Bring your own toiletries as all you're going to get is a tiny piece of soap and a sachet of hybrid shampoo/body wash. Again, this hotel prides itself on giving the basics, and they are delivering just that. The actual throne (the toilet), is shoved in a corner of an already tiny bathroom and tall people should expect to hit their knees on the sink. Prepare to adjust your sitting style in order to do your business (if you know what I mean).

Breakfast: Breakfast is a cafeteria style setting where you do literally everything yourself except wash the dishes. It's a buffet spread comprising of different sections, most notably a DIY waffle section. The selection was basic but it certainly met up to another slogan of theirs "All you need to survive" (sic).
I'm kidding, I forget what the exact breakfast place slogan was but it was something along the lines of all you need to have a full stomach and start your day.

Check in/Check out: Get a number and be served. Make sure to allot 30 minutes to one hour just for either one of these processes. Depending on how busy it is, it can take a while. Also, if you happen to miss your turn cause you went to the loo or something, they will not accommodate you again as you will need to get another number. How dare you waste their time and tend to nature's call!

Location: Convenient location with metro and train stations nearby along with a mall beside it. It's two train stations away from the airport and a DKK 130 - 150 taxi ride from the airport. It will only take you 10-15 mins to reach the Copenhagen Central Station and start your sightseeing.

If you need a taxi, you would need to book it through an app or ask reception (take a number) to get one for you. There's no set time on when the taxi will arrive. They will say 5 minutes, but then again, when has 5 minutes every truly been just 5 minutes? Plan your trips accordingly.

P.S. Uber doesn't work in Denmark.

Facilities: Interestingly, they have an ironing room on the ground floor of the hotel, at the end of the reception area. There was literally one ironing board and one iron in there. So, if your clothes do need ironing, prepare to possibly queue up and wait for your turn as you nestle all your wrinkled clothes.

If you need to use a hair dryer, you will not find it in your room. You would need to request for it a pay a deposit, which honestly, I wasn't very keen on doing. So, if you have a handy hair dryer at home and you can't live without a daily blow-dry, take it with you.

Do I recommend it for business and leisure travellers? Yes. Just be very clear in what your expectations are. Do not look for luxury. Do not look for hospitality. You are a person using their facilities and that's it.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank ShardayF2
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Reviewed 27 June 2018

Clean and modern. Near Metro, shopping mall,restaurants.
Room very small with cement floors painted with decorative art colors but hard on your feet. Bathroom super small with a shower curtain touching the toilet. Toilet also to close to the sink. Half of my right leg was actually underneath the sink.The price was very good compare with other hotels in the city center. I still recommend this hotel for short stays.

Room Tip: Short stays is Okay
  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled solo
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Thank dejara
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

Basic clean inexpensive hotel close to the airport and not far from town. They have cheap prices from time to time, breakfast is an extra 75 dk, I walked to the city but could just as easily got bus or train. Rooms are small like a one person dorm but i slept well after watching some of the world cup.
service was good and friendly

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled solo
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Thank KieranKearins
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Reviewed 25 June 2018

I was in Copenhagen for a conference and stayed at the Cabin Apartments from the 9-17/Jun/2018. My stay was good until the last day came. I went to the reception to ask for a late check-out. I didn't have my wallet with me so I asked if I could pay next time I came down from my room when it was time to leave. The lady at the reception very rudely looked at me and said "if you promise you will pay..." (!!!!???). I said "well, I am not running away obviously", and she said "you could run away...". How on earth can the staff of a hotel assume (out of nowhere) a guest won't pay for a service? How is it acceptable to say this to a client? How is it acceptable to tell the client you think they won't pay???? Again, I was staying on a BUSINESS trip; I was a quiet average guest so I didn't understand why she would have said this. This made me feel extremely mistreated and sad!!!!!

Stayed: June 2018, travelled on business
1  Thank JuliaCorrea
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Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

Small and cabin like room where you have all your basic needs. Close to the airport so if you just want an overnight stay to rest and sleep this is the place. Its always fully booked so book in advance. Theres no UBer available but there is a taxi stand somewhere. The Copenhagen airport is under renovation so a bit of a walk to look for the taxi stand. On our way back to the airport we were just lucky to see a free taxi. The receptionist was so helpful as well. We didnt go but there is a mall close to the cabin metrooo so yes!

Stayed: May 2018, travelled with family
Thank Lovetravellove
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