Our spacious and light apartment is located on Boyesgade 13 in the central and vibrant Vesterbro. It is a quiet street between the beautiful and broad avenue of Frederiksberg and the lively and fun Vesterbrogade. The Central Station is a 10-minute walk or 3 minutes by bus. The apartment is on the third floor and has three rooms and a big kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with every thing you need to cook a nice hot meal and we also have a microwave if you want to heat it again the next day. We also have a dishwashing machine and of course a refrigerator and freezer. There's lots of space for several people to be in the kitchen at the same time. We provide sugar, oil, spices, instant coffee and tea so you don't have to worry about the basics when you're staying here. The living room is equipped with a cozy sofa which can be folded out at night and used as a sofa bed with space for two people. Two of the beds are therefore sofa beds and not regular beds. You can watch Netflix or play Playstation on the TV. The bathroom has a shower and a toilet and we provide guest towels if you wish. In the bedroom we have a big nice bed (160 x 200) and a chest of drawers for you to put your clothes in. There will also be a free chest of drawers in the office/walk-in closet if you are more than two people staying here.Pillows, duvets and linen are provided free of charge. We have wireless Internet for free and in the basement you can use our common washing and drying facilities. We have a fitness membership for two that's free to use for anyone as it's not bound to names. The fitness center is just across the street (Vesterbrogade) and it's open 24 hours. The fitness center has free weights, machines, treadmills, a room for spinning and whatever else you may need. On your way from the apartment to the city you can easily walk and enjoy Vesterbrogade where there are lots of cool shops selling everything from clothes and furniture to Morrocan lamps and unique art. If you want a break you can enjoy one of the many cozy and "hyggelige" cafes. In the city you can shop even more on the famous pedestrian street called Strøget, you can see Copenhagen Town Hall on Rådhuspladsen, you can watch a movie in one of the many movie theaters or you can have lots of fun in Tivoli, the famous amusement park. Inner Copenhagen, Vesterbrogade, a parallel street called Istedgade and the meatpacking district, all of which are very close by, offer great party and beer drinking opportunities - there are bars and night clubs for every taste and wallet size. If you want to relax and take a nice walk in the nature you can walk to Frederiksberg Have or Søndermarken - two beautiful gardens with big green areas, trees and a lake in Frederiksberg Have. Also you can take a walk around The Lakes of Copenhagen (or maybe just one of them) which also are very close. If you have children or simply enjoy animals the Zoo is a great place to go. There's plenty of take-away food and restaurants in the near surroundings (Japanese, Thai, Indian, Italian, Vietnamese, Turkish, Pakistani, bagel shops, burger, traditional Danish food etc.) There's also five different grocery shops nearby if you want to cook a nice meal in our spacious and open kitchen. Most of them are open from 8 am to 10 pm every day and offer a great selection of fresh fruit and vegetables as well as meat and dairy. If you're hungry for a croissant or a delicious cake there's a bakery 2 minutes away. If you have any questions feel free to contact me!