Where to stay in Denmark
There are hotels and pensions in all major cities and seaside resorts.
Grading: There is the Hotelstars Union grading system from 1 to 5 stars.
Bed and breakfast
Excellent bed and breakfast can be found all over Denmark. Some are small and only cater for local custom, but others are tailored to tourists and have established culinary reputations for both international dishes and local specialities. For further details, contact VisitDenmark.
Campers must purchase a camping carnet, available at campsites. Over 400 campsites are officially recognised and graded for facilities and shelter - they carry the sign of a pyramid-shaped tent. Grading is from 1 (lowest) to 5 stars (highest), controlled by the Danish Camping Board. Prices vary greatly. For more information and a list of campsites, contact VisitDenmark.