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Need your help with Copenhagen hotel choice

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Researching Copenhagen hotels, I have concluded that Nyhavn is the area we'd like to stay in, but can't get a true sense of which hotel might be best: The Best Western Hotel City, the Copenhagen Admiral Hotel or the Somandshjemmet Bethel. We are an active couple in our early '60's, like hotels with personality rather than corporate connections, a good included hotel breakfast is a plus but we are happy with a coffee and great pastry at a nearby café, prefer 3-4 stars and a nightly price of less than US $200 +/- .We will be walking and using the train to go to Louisiana and the Viking Museum.
Which would you choose, if you've been to any of these? or would you go elsewhere?

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