Danhostel has a new website and book portal so it is faster and more convenient for guests to book their accommodation online. In addition to the new website, Danhostel Advantage cards used by Danish residence have gone digital, so all plastic cards can now be recycled. Foreign visitors will still use their Hostelling International (HI) cards as before.
Sustainable tourism is making an impact at Danhostel Copenhagen Amager, located near the beautiful natural area called Amager Fælled, so when you stay at Danhostel Copenhagen Amager, you stay near the city, but in the middle of nature.
If you didn’t know, it has just been proven: Holidaying in Denmark is popular. New figures show that 80% of Danes spend at least one holiday per year in Denmark. This is happening at a time when many think that a holiday abroad is more exotic especially in places off the beaten track. But no. It is popular for Danes to spend holidays at home.