Meals and Use of Guest Kitchen
A healthy and delicious breakfast is served at all Danhostel hostels. Danhostel has a minimum standard for breakfast which includes different types of bread, butter, yoghurt, milk products, cornflakes, oatmeal, muesli, cheese, jam, marmalade, honey, cold cuts, milk, juice, coffee and tea. At most hostels, breakfast is served as a buffet and must be ordered the evening before. The price of breakfast is approximately 45–70 Danish kroner per person. Many hostels offer families a special breakfast deal. Half-price breakfast and dinner deals are available for children under 12 years (this does not apply to groups).
Some hostels serve dinner. Please check our website to see which hostels extend this offer. You should be aware that if a hostel serves dinner, it is served at a set time and should be ordered in the morning. In some cases, a minimum number of guests’ orders are required for dinner to be offered. Hostels which do not serve dinner can recommend a reasonably priced restaurant nearby.
All hostels have a guest kitchen where you can prepare your own food. The kitchen is normally equipped with an oven, fridge, coffee machine, pots, pans and tableware. Some hostels may charge a deposit for the loan of tableware. Disposable items can be purchased. The guest kitchens are reserved for individuals and families, and may not be used by groups.