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Best Western Hotel Scheelsminde

  • $$
  • Practical Base

Set in a historic mansion that dates back to 1808, this modest lodging may not add anything to the annals of great hotels, but it does...

Comwell Hotel Hvide Hus

  • $$
  • Practical Base

At 16 stories, this property—a five-minute walk to the train station and 10 minutes from the city center—is one of the city's few...

First Hotel Europa

  • $$
  • Trusted Brand

For a centrally located, modern, good-value hotel with friendly service and comfortable rooms, this bright and unpretentious lodging...

Hotel Ferdinand

  • $$
  • Design

Occupying a prime spot along the canal, this all-suites hotel has lodgings that are divided between eight former studio apartments and...

Hotel Krogen

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  • Local Flavor

The fact that this cozy hotel, housed in an 1872 Danish villa, is a mile outside the city center works to its advantage. Set in a sprawling...

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

  • $$
  • Trusted Brand

This reliable business hotel lives up to the Radisson Blu brand. The rooms are spacious and are outfitted with classic Danish furniture.

Ruths Hotel

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  • Grande Dame

This is definitely the grande dame of Old Skagen, built by Emma and Hans Christian Ruth before World War I. Since then it's been completely...

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