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Hotels in Silkeborg

Silkeborg is one of the most peaceful Danish cities. A visit to Silkeborg does not promise entertainment with lots of fun attractions, however, it promises relief and serenity. Thus, it’s is more suitable for elderly people looking for some quiet time, young people escaping the city noise, and people traveling with their children who simply want to rest.

Silkeborg
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Silkeborg might attract with its pleasant and astounding views and surroundings. The city landscape is dominated by lakes and woodlands. Those planning a visit to Silkeborg should also consider where to stay. Since the majority of Silkeborg viistors are already established people who can afford paying they usually opt for hotels. The number of hotels is not large, however it’s sufficient. You can get to Silkeborg by train from capital Copenhagen or amazing Aarhus.

The first thing to know about hotels in Silkeborg is that it does not really matter in which part of the city you book a hotel as it’s a small one and all in all, all hotels seem to be centrally located. Thus what to concentrate the mind when it comes to picking a hotel is the interior and exterior, what you expect – coziness, convenience, crazy environment, elegance and so on.

Gl. SkovridergaardGl. Skovridergaard is a quiet hotel for a good night’s sleep. The hotel has clean and cozy rooms with fully equipped bathrooms. Make sure to have breakfast in this hotel. It’s usually quite rich and includes fresh fruits, juices, cereals, Danish cheese which is a must try in Denmark and so on.

Radisson Blu Hotel i Papirfabrikken
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Radisson Blu Hotel i PapirfabrikkenRadisson Blu Hotel i Papirfabrikken is perhaps one of the best and at the same time one of the most expensive hotels in Silkeborg. This hotel offers various guest and leisure services, including a fitness center, five cinemas, four restaurants and three cafes, a gallery and a paper museum.

The hotel includes standard and business class rooms and suites. All the rooms have free Wi-Fi and air conditioning. Extra beds are available; additional charges will apply.

Standard rooms include free Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, air conditioning, cable channels and a mini bar.

Business class rooms include 24-hour room service, bathrobe and slippers, complimentary newspaper, mini bar and super breakfast buffet.

Radisson Blu Hotel i Papirfabrikken 1
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And the suites include 24-hour room service air conditioning, bathrobe and slippers, complimentary newspaper, free high-speed, wireless Internet access, mini bar and super breakfast buffet.

Scandic SilkeborgScandic Silkeborg enjoys a wonderful location in the nature. The hotel includes 117 rooms out of which 102 are non-smoking rooms. Considering accessibility features, the hotels has rooms for disabled people as well. If you are traveling by car or you have rented a car during your visit, you should know that there is no any garage but outdoor parking is available. The hotels a fitness room, a restaurant and a bar. Note that the distance from the hotel to the city center makes 3 kilometers.

The hotel includes standard family standard, superior extra rooms and suites. In general the rooms have wooden floors and a bathroom with a shower. You will also find a hairdryer, TV, Wi-Fi, table and an armchair. Deepening on the type of room you choose you might also have iron and ironing board.

Scandic Silkeborg
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If you are in Silkeborg on a business trip and need to organize a meeting then you can take advantage of the hotel’s meeting rooms the largest of which can accommodate up to 260 people. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday to Friday and only breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.

Hotel DaniaHotel Dania is not a top hotel, however, when you look at it, it seems to embody and reflect the Danish culture and victorious history. If you hear that Silkeborg and this hotel have developed and advanced walking hand in hand do not get surprised. Notably, one of the most prominent writers Hans Christian Andersen loved the development of this town and most importantly, was one of the first guests of this hotel.

Hotel Dania
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Dania Hotel is a four star hotel with non-smoking rooms. The check-in starts from 2 pm and the check-out from 11 am. The hotel includes standard rooms (single and double), double PLUS rooms, triple rooms, superior rooms, bridal suites (wonderful!) and Jørgen Nash suites. Note that the lowest room rate starts at around EUR 130 per night. The rooms include high-speed Internet, shower and toilet, hairdryers, TV and radio, pants press, iron and ironing board. Laundry and cleaning services are also available.

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