Aestheically, this is one of the nicer hotels i've seen - complete with typical Danish design and features, really stunning. Our main issue was the room we booked was not the room we got; let me be more clear: they consider a wide spectrum of rooms to be the same class and type and price, even though they vary tremendously. We were initially given a very small room upstairs, about half the size of anything pictured. When we spoke to the front desk, they were eventually accommodating and put us in a room in the basement that was considered a lesser or equal room category but was about 4 times larger than our initial room... just a bizarre process and I wish they were clearer or more accomodating of the actual room we booked.
The hotel itself is lovely and cute and very central. (You can walk to the main town square and street from here, but trains are easy). The breakfast buffet was a major highlight - we literally would have wished every hotel had such a plentiful and delicious setup, complete with juicier machines. Really peaceful dining area too.
Overall we loved this hotel and would stay again if they figure out the room category situation!