Tips from the Net @ Breakfast restaurant @ Scandic Palace hotel
This Hotel went above and beyond to make us feel welcomed. We had our converter but forgot the adapter, they were more than happy to let us borrow one, free of charge, same with their amazing umbrellas. The free breakfast had a large amount of options. The room came with free tea and coffee. Everyone was extremely polite. It's only half a block away from a major market street with plenty to do and a major train station is within walking distance.
GooglePlace - October 2017
Clean and newly renovated hotel with gym, breakfast, and bike rentals. Very friendly and helpful staff. Great central location. Would recommend to anyone who wouldn't mind staying in the touristy part of town!
GooglePlace - August 2017
A Google User
The Scandic Palace is a good place to stay. The rooms are spacious and well appointed, the bedding is comfortable and clean, and the bath area is large. Location at the mouth of major shopping areas in the center of the city are also a major plus, as was the closeness to the station. On the flipside, the room provided lacked the much hyped by their own placards "views of Copenhagen" - I faced a loading dock and an alley. The bathroom area flooded due to poor drainage in the floor and the sink was very, very small. Brrakfasts were delightful though!
GooglePlace - August 2017
Spacious Rooms, Friendly Staff, Great Breakfast
The location of the Scandic Palace is within walking distance of the airport train, but not so close as to be a “station hotel” with all the noise and hectic activity from the transit terminal. The Scandic Palace
When I first saw the Scandic Palace in Stockholm, I was worried because the street level of the hotel had lower-end stores and attractions, e.g., a 7-Eleven, Burger King, and a Ripley’s Believe of Not. Fortunately, once inside the lobby, the entire atmosphere changed to be much more upscale and modern. Scandic has wisely left the wonderful old architecture of the building in place, but has modernized the lobby, restaurant, bar, and sleeping rooms. Despite the “touristy” businesses at the street level of the building, the hotel is centrally located to be able to walk to Copenhagen’s shopping district, restaurants, and sights.
The bed was very comfortable, with a decent mattress. The room was large, and the bathroom quite reasonably sized, as well. There were electrical outlets near the bedside tables, which I find to be helpful since I use my mobile phone as my alarm clock.
Breakfast included a way array of choices. Just be sure to get to the dining room early or late in the 6:30am-10:00am breakfast period. The room can get quite crowded at “prime time” of 8:30am.
The bar is an excellent place for a drink and nibbles (or order a couple of starters from the restaurant menu to share); the gin cocktails are particularly terrific.
GooglePlace - May 2017
Fairly nice hotel, generally. Feels like the interior could use a refresh. Also seems to be in a part of town with a fair amount of street noise into the wee hours. The room was fairly quiet, but I was occasionally awakened by people talking loudly, laughing drunkenly, etc in the middle of the night. Hotel staff were excellent - very helpful, and the breakfast buffet is quite superb, with a full spread including eggs, bacon, breakfast sausages, beans, fried potatoes, mushrooms, several types of plain yogurt with all sorts of things to put in them, as well as several types of breads and breakfast pastries. It was all delicious. All in all, a very nice hotel, where we would probably stay again.
GooglePlace - April 2017