Trying to find cheap hotels in Denmark? We compare loads of different options to help you track down the best price. If you’re flexible on travel dates, you should try searching by month to give yourself a better chance of finding a good deal. January is usually the cheapest time to stay in Denmark, so consider planning your trip around then if you're travelling on a budget. Hotel prices are at their highest in August – but you might find a last-minute deal.
Hotel prices in Denmark vary depending on the type of hotel you’re looking for. Currently, the cheapest hotel is Ascot Copenhagen, where 3 nights in September will cost you just £45pppn.
There are plenty of hotels in Denmark, but they do get booked up. To increase your chances of getting a good price, it’s best to book 10 weeks in advance.
Most people stay in Denmark for 2 days on average. You can stay for less time, of course – just make sure you have enough time to tick off the big attractions. It’ll be very crowded during high season, August, while January is when the country is at its quietest.