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About this property


At the Zleep Ishoj Hotel, you can literally shop till you drop and go upstairs to rest in your hotel room. This hotel is located in Ishøj Bycenter (starting at the 6th floor), a large shopping mall packed with quality stores. Also close by are Arken, the museum of modern art, and the beach, which is a short walk away. Like all Zleep hotels, the Zleep Ishoj is a highly affordable budget hotel with clean, comfortable rooms. Basic amenities and modular furniture are provided in the rooms, along with cable TV, wireless Internet, and private bathrooms. This hotel offers a magnificent view, even as far as Sweden on a clear day. You have better things to spend your money on instead of overpriced rooms, so make the Zleep Ishoj Hotel your choice for quality and value accommodations in Copenhagen.
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Internet access

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Wi-Fi in public areas

Getting around

  • Car park

Things to do, ways to relax

  • Hot tub
  • Tours

Dining, drinking, and snacking

  • Bar
  • Restaurant(s)

Services and conveniences

  • Laundry service
  • Shop(s)
  • Smoking area


  • Elevator
  • Facilities for disabled guests
  • Pets allowed
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When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Recent customer comments

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Above average

based on 6 reviews
  • Cleanliness 5.3
  • Location 3.7
  • Room Comfort/Standard 5.7
  • Service 5.0
  • Value for money 6.3
  • Food/Dining 5.3
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John from Canada
Stayed 2 nights in September 2009
Not recommended
Close to a train station. Connected to a shopping centre. Friendly staff when reception was open.
Difficult to find at night. Far from Copenhagen city centre. Beds uncomfortable. Noisy with windows open and too hot when closed. Mould and grime in bathroom tiling. Carpet dirty. No reception at night and difficult to figure out electronic check-in system when using for the first time - looked like I was being billed twice for the room.
The first problem we had was that the taxi driver did not know where the hotel was. He had to phone dispatch and even they had to make a few calls to find it. When we arrived there was only a small sign at a dark back door to indicate we were at the right place. The taxi from the airport cost us 363 DKK or about 79.00 CAD. Check in was by a machine and it seemed to charge us for a room we had already paid for but at 1:30 am I was prepared to deal with that later. The next day reception was open and the staff was very friendly. The room was badly in need of renovation and the bed was 2 single beds pushed together. Lights above the bed were not working. The room was hot and with no air conditioning so we left the window open and were wakened several times by sirens and then backup alarms early in the morning. It cost 130 DKK (28.56 CAD) for a return train trip or 105 DKK (22.95 CAD) to downtown Copenhagen. I must say that the train was very frequent and efficient. For a tourist wanting to see Copenhagen I would not recommend this hotel. Pay a little more and stay right in town. You will save it on transportation costs. I wish I had done a bit more checking on the location in relation to the sights and activities in the area.
Reviewed October 08, 2009

Dionysis from Greece
Stayed 2 nights in August 2009
You get what you pay
TV inside,nice beds, nice view
horrible auto check-in system, dirty floor, bad place of the city
You better check in before 14:00 that the reception closes its doors. We arrived later than this hour, the auto check-in system wasn't working and we waited one hour for a guard to come and open us. Plus all the telephones that we made to contact the people from the hotel. Horrible!
Reviewed August 31, 2009

Daniel from Poland
Solo travelers
Stayed 1 night in November 2008
Not in Copenhagen!!!
Quite cheap, very close to metro station.
Not in Copenhagen, the reception was closed and had problems with checking in.
The reception is not open 24 hours a day, there is an automated check-in, but doesn't always work (this was my case), the hotel is in the shopping centre and very close to the metro station - it takes 50 DKK and 20 minutes to get to Copenhagen central station.
Reviewed December 22, 2008

Daniel from Poland
Solo travelers
Stayed 1 night in November 2008
Not in Copenhagen!!!
Quite cheap, extremely close to the metro station.
Reception is not open 24 hours a day. I had difficulties with checking in.
The hotel is quite cheap for the location. You do not have to go out to get to the metro station - 20 minutes to the Copenhagen central station for DKK 50 one way. Reception is not open 24 hours a day (when I stayed - only from 6 am until 2 pm). Although there is an automated check-in, it doesn't always work, so you may have to call a special phone line to tell you the code.
Reviewed December 10, 2008

Hsin-Fa from Taiwan
Business travelers
Stayed 3 nights in November 2008
Zleep Ishoj Hotel
Service and food
A very bad service. We take train from Germany and arrive at the Hotel at 14:20. We can not check in because there is no staff works for us. It spent too much time waiting for their staff. We do not have time to visit other places that afternoon. It is a very bad experience in my trip.
Reviewed December 09, 2008

Peter from Sweden
Stayed 1 night in November 2008
Zleep Ishoj Hotel
Good value for the money. Clean. Good breakfast for a budget hotel.
Distance 20 min by train from central station. No one in the reception after 2 pm due to illness.
Good value for the money with clean spacious rooms with a nice view. Distance 20 min by train from central station, then 2 min walk inside a shopping mall that was very deserted at Saturday night. A written message that said that no one in the reception after 2 pm due to illness. Telephone number to another hotel in Copenhagen to get the code for check-in. A ticket machine at 1st floor.
Reviewed November 05, 2008

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