The brand new world of backpacking opens up new prospects for hostels, one that is not afraid to be bold. Taking inspiration from the hotels in New York, the facade is covered by corten steel, and the industrial design continues to be dominant inside. Progressive thinking went into the concept of SoMe Garden as well. This co-working space has 12 tablets installed on desks, and they are ready to be used free of charge. The hostel has 1,154 beds, most of them are the 4 and 6-bed formation dormitory rooms, but you can also book one of the 64 private bedrooms with balconies and city view.
Forget about the tiny TVs found in ordinary hostels, Steel House has its very own atmospheric in-house cinema exclusively for the guests, and it can accommodate up to 25 people. The Venue is a multi-purpose space where you can watch stand-up comedy shows, get dance lessons, or join a karaoke party. Swimming pool in a hostel? Yep, it's not the privilege of 5-star hotels anymore. It's open between 6 am and 10 pm, but you'll have to pay a small fee of 20 DKK to use it. Funny enough, the laundry costs the same, so if you are thinking about cost-saving... Talking about clever shortcuts: if you download the hotel's own app, you can check in and get your digital key for your room. Awesome!
The city of spires is one of the best places to bike around. Rent a bike from Steel House and discover the city on two wheels! My favorite beach, the Amager Strandpark, is less than half an hour bike ride away. Great spot for brunch in the sand. Tivoli Gardens, the famous amusement park, is just 750-meters away, so you won't even need to take a bike. Did I mention that the Steel House guests get free entrance to the legendary local nightclub RUST?