Stay nearby Cruise Ship Terminal
Copenhagen is a convenient base for cruises to the Baltic Capitals, including Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Stockholm and St. Petersburg.
Most cruise ships are berthed at Ocean Quay at Nordhavn (Oceankaj Cruise Terminal), with 4 terminals it’s the busiest pier in Copenhagen. It’s about 5 miles or 8 km north of the city centre. Smaller ships are docked at Langelinie or Nordre Toldbod which is located in the heart of the city.
Plan your pre-or post cruise stay. We have selected some of the best hotels ideally located close to Copenhagen port terminal for the Norwegian Fjords or Baltic.
What are the Best Hotels near Copenhagen Cruise Port?
Location: Nordhavn near Ocean Quay Cruise Terminal
Double & Family Rooms, Restaurant, Shuttle Service
2. Charlottehaven Garden ★★★★
Location: Østerbro district near Langelinie & Ocean Quay Cruise Terminals
Apart Hotel, Serviced Apartments, with Kitchen
3. 71 Nyhavn Hotel ★★★★★
Location: Nyhavn (City Centre)
Luxury 5 Star Hotel, Rooms with views of the waterfront
Location: City Centre
Popular Hotel, Top Reviewed, Good Value
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Accommodation in Denmark near Port of Copenhagen Cruise Terminals
1574, Copenhagen, 1 Niels Brocks Gade
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Cruise port of Copenhagen
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Making reservations for a pre-or post cruise stay close at or near your port of embarkation is always the best solution. Major Cruise Lines depart from the sea port of Copenhagen like MSC Italian Cruises, Azamaza Cruises, Costa Cruises, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Silversea Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Line, Crystal Cruises, …
The main Copenhagen Cruise Terminal is located to the north of the city centre in Nordhavn, called Ocean Quay. Smaller ships dock close to the city centre at Langelinie or Toldbod.
Many cruises depart from the port to the Norwegian Fjords along Norway’s west coast. Copenhagen has also become a preferred embarkation port for cruises to the British and North Atlantic Isles.
Time zone — GMT + 1 (GMT + 2 from last Sunday in March to last Sunday in October)
Currency — The currency in Denmark is the Danish Krone (DKK).
Language — The official language of Denmark is Danish although the majority of Danes do speak some English. The Danish people have long been used to learning and speaking other languages and are usually happy to do so. The Danes who are involved in the travel industry are likely to speak impeccable English and in many cases German too.
Electricity — 220V, 50Hz
Air Connections — Copenhagen has two airports, Kastrup (the large international airport) and Roskilde Lufthavn (a smaller international and general aviation airport). Kastrup, also known as Copenhagen Airport, is Europe’s 17th busiest airport and has four times won the award as being “The best airport in Europe”, and two times as “The best airport in the world”.