Danhostel Frederikshavn City is all about Customer Service

29. Sep. 2014
Joy Smith

The bright Hostel in the Harbour Town of Frederikshavn gets greats reviews from guests.

Danhostel Frederikshavn City is a bright 4 star hostel in the centre of the harbour town of Frederikshavn.  The hostel has 28 large renovated en-suite rooms which can accommodate up to 6 people per room.  It is close to the ferry, and railway station.  The hostel offers an informal, relaxed setting, has a friendly staff, a cosy sofa corner, guest kitchen, a lovely restaurant and patio. There is round the clock check in service, free parking and wireless internet. In addition to overnight stays for school camps, local and foreign guests, the hostel has well equipped rooms for courses and events.

The host, Ole Hust says, "I want Danhostel Frederikshavn City to feel like a home away from home for my guests.  When they come here, they receive the best customer service during their stay." Ole continues, "we are not a hotel, we are much more, and we cater to the needs of our guests. Many of the guests at Danhostel Frederikshavn City look forward to the trip to Grenen, but they like to stay with us for the service." Ole's excellent service record is reflected in the guests ratings of 9 out of 10.

Here are some comments from 4 guests about the service at Danhostel Frederikshavn City:

"We were very pleased, and were received with the warmth that you should expect" - 9.17 / 10

"Excellent location, good service, all the amenities one could imagine. Extremely friendly hosts "- 9.58 / 10

"We have stayed at the hostel a few times, we live really well, it's a nice and cozy place with great staff, always happy and positive, nice breakfast, it is perfectly close to the city, water, etc., so we came back another time. The facilities are also top notch. Nice rooms "- 10/10

"We have been very pleased and can recommend it to others" - 10/10

Frederikshavn is a Danish market town with a very special atmosphere and has ferry links to Norway, Sweden, and the Danish island of Læsø. The town has a rich history and was once used as a naval base for Tordenskiold, a naval hero during the War from 1709-1720.  Each year a festival is held by the town to commemorate Tordenskioldsdage, ‘The year 1717’.  Over 100 actors and extras participate in this historic event.

There are many pedestrian streets with more than 100 specialty shops, cafes and restaurants.  Visitors can also enjoy the art museum, concerts and other events held year round. Rent one of the 100 city bikes and ride to (Palmestranden), the Palm Beach with about 100 palm trees planted by the municipality, or to Bangsbo area which has Bangsbo Fort, a museum, botanical garden, deer park and a playground.  Enjoy a 'Frederikshavner' which is a freshly caught fish from the Kattegat Sea, or take a trip to the top of Denmark and see Skagen, the brightest area on Jutland called Grenen, where the Kattegat and Skagerrak Seas meet.

When you book your stay at Danhostel Frederikshavn City, you can expect the best service and also enjoy the exciting harbour town of Frederikshavn.

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