Scandic Front has one thing going for it: location! One block from Nyhavn and a short walk from Strøget, makes it a perfect vantage point for a Copenhagen city trip. And when the bridge between Nyhavn and Papirøen opens, it will add another pro. But besides that it had me contemplating a bit about money spent on hotels while traveling – is mid-range hotels really worth it? I get splurging on high-end hotels, and staying at budget hotels is usually you get what you pay for. Just wondering why pay “lots” of money to stay in an OK hotel? Again I end up with I’ll rather save on hotel costs and stay at a budget hotel, or go all in. Anyway, just my two cents. Back to the hotel. What else? Nice reception/foyer area, OK room – maybe a harbor view room would have made a (small, IMO) difference, breakfast as expected from a Scandic hotel, bicycle rental (which I should have taken advantage of), nice staff, and small grocery store across the street (which comes in handy). At the moment there are some roadworks going on, so outside area it just one big construction site.