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Urban Camper Hostel & Bar

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"This hostel is a very funky place to stay, as it tries to mimic a camping atmosphere, but inside! This means you'll be sleeping in a tent-room, and there is a shared dining area. However, it's good to know that there are no cooking facilities for guests. The upside is that the bathrooms are a lot nicer and cleaner than those at an average campingplace. And if you really dislike camping, there are also a few normal rooms. In terms of sustainability, this hostel is a winner. They offer rental bikes and washing facilities (including soap, so you don't have to buy that yourself). Interestingly, hair dryers also need to be rented, which I personally think is a good idea to discourage people from using them. And what's more: products are locally sourced, lights are mostly LED, there are veggie and vegan food options, the entire hostel runs on green energy, etc. What's not to love about this indoor camping hostel?"
"We stayed in this hostel for two nights. You can either book a private tent or shared one. Don’t worry about cold, these tents are inside a building and are heated. In the tent you have a bed, of course, a nightstand and a locker. So don’t forget at least one padlock, so you can lock your things in there. Bathroom is shared, but clean. There is also a common area and bar, so you won’t be bored there. If you want more privacy, you can book a private room."
"~ €107 a night Many have a love-hate relationship with camping! At Urban camber hostel you can mix hostel life with a beer-bar, pool & shuffleboard and a city camping theme. This is such a fun and vibey hostel. Reception is open 24/7 and towels are included. 📌 Where is it? Lygten 2C, 2400 Copenhagen 📌 Where is the nearest metro: Nørrebro station + metro: 200m "

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