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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Star Rating 5        
Hammerichsgade 1

Within a 4-minute walk of Copenhagen Central Station, this renowned high-rise hotel designed by iconic architect Arne Jacobsen is also 300 m from the Tivoli Gardens amusement park.The refined modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi, 24/7 room service, and 1960s designer furniture, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have desks and/or pull-out sofas, while upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines and an included buffet breakfast.
Rodvig Inn & Seaside Hotel Star Rating 3        
Ostersovej 8

With views of the Baltic Sea, this cozy, family-run guesthouse is 6 km from the 13th-century Højerup Old Church and 7 km from Stevns Klint cliff.Airy rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; some add sea views. Most quarters have en suite bathrooms, others feature shared facilities.
Hotel Ærøhus Star Rating 3        
Vestergade 38

With exposed black beams and a sloping tile roof, this storied hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Ærøskøbing Havn ferry terminal and 22 km from Birkholm Island.The low-key rooms include free Wi-Fi, and some have TVs; others have washbasins. Colorful upgraded rooms have flat-screen TVs, sitting areas, and terraces; airy cottages add living rooms, kitchenettes and sea views.
Den Gamle Kro Star Rating 2        
Rosenholmvej 3

This yellow, half-timbered inn dating from 1866 is a 2-minute walk from the nearest bus stop, an 11-minute walk from Hornslet St. train station and 2 km from Rosenholm Castle.The laid-back rooms come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and en suite bathrooms.
Hotel E4 Star Rating 2        
Maribolandevej 4

This warm, simple hotel off E 47 is 8 km from the early 15th-century Maribo Cathedral and the Maribo Abbey ruins, and 14 km from Knuthenborg Safaripark, the largest safari park in Northern Europe.The straightforward rooms feature free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.Hot breakfast buffet, served in the restaurant, is free, as is parking.
Dayz Seawest Resort Star Rating 3        
Vesterhavsvej 81

This vibrant resort is 5 km from the Nymindegab Museum, 7 km from Houstrup Beach and 10 km from the Bork Viking Harbor.Laid-back 2-story, 2-bedroom cottages sleep up to 6 people and have kitchens, living rooms with pull-out sofas, and terraces with seating. Upgraded cottages sleep up to 8 people and add whirlpool tubs.
Hotel Borgmestergaarden Star Rating 3        
Havnegade 69

This upscale, seafront guesthouse occupies an 1842 mayoral home and a modern building, and is 2.2 km from Middelfart Marina and 5 km from Bridgewalking Lillebælt, a tour over the strait.Airy rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Tambohus Kro Star Rating 3        
Tambogade 37

This upscale hotel with an annex, set on the edge of Limfjorden, lies 4.7 km from Hvidbjerg rail station, 11 km from the popular Oddesund area, and 17 km from Struer golf club.Offering flat-screen TVs with premium channels, the relaxed, minimalist rooms also feature work desks and free Wi-Fi (except in the annex).
Himmerland Golf & Country Club Star Rating 3        
Centervej 1

This upscale hotel with 3 golf courses is 11 km from Vilsted sailing and fishing lake and 17 km from Farsø town center.Bright, Scandinavian-style rooms come with free Wi-Fi, tea and coffeemaking facilities, and flat-screen TVs. All have furnished balconies or terraces with golf course or lake views.
Skovshoved Hotel Star Rating 4        
Strandvejen 267

This upscale hotel is a 6-minute walk from the oceanfront marina Skovshoved Havn, 3 km from amusement park Bakken, and 9 km from landmark attraction The Little Mermaid.The bright rooms have simple decor, and provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars. Upgraded rooms and suites offer features such as courtyard or ocean views, balconies, additional rooms or canopy beds.
 
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Located in northern Europe, Denmark is bordered by the North Sea, the Baltic Sea, and Germany, which is its only connection to the European mainland. Most of its landmass is occupied by the Jutland peninsula while the remaining 500 islands, of which only a hundred are occupied, comprise the rest of the country. The Skagerrak and Kattegat straits separate it from Norway and Sweden.

The present-day Denmark owes its cultural and linguist origins to the Danes who migrated here from Sweden in around AD 500. Denmark's history, till the medieval period, is marked by much carnage and bloodshed. The Thirty Years War with Sweden followed by the Napoleonic Wars inflicted damages on the economy of the country. Although Denmark remained neutral in both the World Wars, it surrendered to Germany in 1940 following the large build-up of German forces along its borders.