Good points: cheap, central location, the reception is open 24h / 24h, the sheets are clean, the showers are hot, the breakfast, (paid separately) was correct, the decor is charming with a typical Danish spirit . Negative points: a room too small for 10 people: we were all stuck in wooden structures resembling baby cradles. The rooms are not even isolated from each other (there are sheets to separate them up so that we hear all the snorers of neighboring rooms) and there are no real doors, rather swinging doors which overlook the corridor. The rooms are on the 'second floor' but in fact it is rather an attic that you have arranged to make money to the maximum per m2. We had to walk bent down the hall because we could not stand up straight. There were 3 'rooms' in this attic which meant 30 beds in the same floor (attic) and there was only 1 toilet on this floor. The sink faucet did not work and you had to wash your hands at the sink in the showers (2 for the whole floor too) or go to the toilets of the other floors. Regarding the staff, there were two people when we arrived. There was a guy at the front desk who was relieved to be there. Not a smile, nor a little advice to visit the city, nothing. There was also a girl who was not at all in her place to do a job of having direct contact with clients. * We traveled as a couple but we were aware that in seeking accommodation in a hostel with shared rooms, we would have no privacy. It was not what we were looking for. So, we spent just the first night because our flight arrived in the middle of the night. For the other nights, we took a different type of accommodation, not too expensive either, but with a lot more advantages than this one.