' doesn't even begin to describe Copenhagen. Sure, in a list of European cities, the likes of Paris, Rome, London, Amsterdam, and more easily trump the Danish capital when it comes to popularity. However, this shouldn't dissuade anybody from traveling to this beautiful destination and seeing it for themselves. In fact, if you're one to enjoy a pleasant coastal city full of vibrant colors and a rich history behind it, you'd sooner want to relocate to Copenhagen! And don't worry if you're on your own since you'll easily find a great apartment here
to call home!
Main Street Apartment
Located on Main Street in the heart of Copenhagen, this one-bedroom luxury home is great for any business traveler. The place is pretty spacious even though it's a solo apartment, and it's near many great places. The most notable of which is Amalienborg Palace, where the Queen lives. Wouldn't it be great to be neighbors with the monarch of Denmark? Furthermore, this apartment is also near a metro station, which means that public transport
won't be that much of an issue if you ever choose to stay here. Not bad, right?
Central City Apartment
Perched on the top-most floor in the building, this solo apartment located in a central neighborhood of Copenhagen
is quite a find. Its exposed beams and wooden flooring gives it a rather rustic and old-world touch, letting you get a feel of the city's history. But make no mistake! This luxury home in Copenhagen is as contemporary as it can get. With its minimal interior design and slick furniture, it's actually a pretty chic flat too! Though a little compact, it's still perfect for anyone traveling to the Danish capital on their own!
Round Tower Apartment
For a solo apartment in Copenhagen, this one-bedroom luxury rental is quite spacious. In fact, you can easily let one or two people stay over and you'll still have enough space. Since the kitchen is in a semi-separate part of the flat and the living and dining areas aren't that big, there's a lot of legroom to go around. There's also a little space right by the bedroom that you can use as either a walk-in closet or a mini-nursery for your little one. But what about its location? What's near this solo apartment in Copenhagen? Well, there's the Round Tower, an iconic landmark that legendary author Hans Christian Andersen
himself once visited.
Lovely Apartment Near Christiansborg Palace
Speaking of solo apartments near famous tourist spots in Copenhagen, there's also this lovely luxury home near Christiansborg Palace, where the Danish Parliament convenes. Every time you go off to wherever it is you need to be in this city, you'll always pass this stunning structure. But what about the apartment itself? Well, for a one-bedroom place, it's pretty spacious in its own right. The sectional sofa in the living room can seat many people and the kitchen is large enough to fit two/three people cooking at the same time. The bathroom, however, is admittedly small. But that's not much of a problem if you traveled or relocated to Copenhagen
all on your own.
Nordic Design Apartment
The nordic design of thos gorgeous solo apartments at the heart of Copenhagen is what stands out at first glance. From the sleek furniture to the muted colors used, it has a distinctly Scandinavian look to it. And of course, that's what draws many people to it. It's chic and spacious, maximizing every part of the luxury rental down to the tiniest corner. With the way the living area and the dining room are organized, you can almost feel like it's not a one-bedroom apartment. And that's the beauty of the nordic design!
Solo Apartment with Skylight
Boasting a total of 120 square meters in total, you can already feel how spacious this solo apartment in Copenhagen is. It has enough room for a separate dining area, a big sectional sofa in the living room, and even a mini laundry area in the bathroom. In such a bustling city like the Danish capital, a luxury home like this is practically a godsend! But arguably the best part about it is the skyline. The apartment is already quite bright on its own but the skylight adds in more sunshine to really brighten things up.
Spacious Solo Apartment
Just how spacious is this one-bedroom luxury home in Copenhagen? Well, it has enough room for a mini foyer by the front door. When you get inside, you're eventually led to a staircase that you have to climb down in order to reach the rest of the apartment. Sounds pretty cool right? It's even more amazing that even though the kitchen, dining, and living areas are all in one huge space, they still feel separated from each other. Or at least, the living area is from the kitchen and dining set. As for the bedroom, it's so spacious that there's still a lot of legroom even when there's a queen-sized bed!
Planning to start a new life in Copenhagen all on your own? Don't worry! There are many solo apartments in the city that you can easily call your home. They're in great locations, include awesome features, and are spacious enough for you!