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Phrases to Help You Book a Hotel Room in Danish Language

Wish to reserve a hotel room in Denmark? Find out how to say, I would like to make a reservation for an accommodation in Danish? Valuable Danish vocab when it comes to selecting a room in hotels or planning to ask for a bedroom with a deck. Learn More

Using the Danish accommodation related key phrases shown below, one can learn how to express your questions in Danish. Many of these inquiries include things like: “how many nights you are booking for?” or “how much will it cost to book a room?” Hopefully, you are able to recognise the responses in Danish.
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Do you have any rooms available? Har i nogen ledige værelser?
How much is a room for one person/two people? Hvad koster et enkeltværelse/dobbeltværelse?
Does the room come with... Har værelset...
...bedsheets? ...sengetøj?
...a bathroom? ...et badeværelse?
...a telephone? ...en telefon?
...a TV? ...et TV?
May I see the room first? Kan jeg se værelset først?
Do you have anything quieter? Har I et mere stille værelse?
...bigger? ...større?
...cleaner? ...renere?
...cheaper? ...billigere?
OK, I'll take it. OK, jeg tager det.
I will stay for _____ night(s). Jeg bliver _____ nat(nætter).
Can you suggest another hotel? Kan du foreslå et andet hotel?
Do you have a safe? Har i et pengeskab?
...lockers? ...aflåste skabe?
Is breakfast/supper included? Er det med morgenmad/aftensmad?
What time is breakfast/supper? Hvornår er der morgenmad/aftensmad?
Please clean my room. Gør venligst værelset rent.
Can you wake me at _____? Kan i vække mig klokken _____?
I want to check out. Jeg vil gerne checke ud.

Click on the hyperlinks below to check out a list of helpful Danish travel keyword phrases which are arranged by group. For each travel word or phrase in Danish, you will see the English interpretation.

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