In April 2012, this old five-story hotel buidling was given a funky refresh and now it's a highly recommended boutique lodging that's very close to Tivoli, the train station, and other principal sites. The staff is friendly and helpful beyond what the moderate price point would indicate, and every afternoon, there's a free wine hour in the lobby, where you also get the breakfast buffet (80% organic). Bathrooms are also suprisingly lush, with heated floors, Molton Brown toiletries, and unsparing tile and marbling. Rooms don't have phones, but they're otherwise happily equipped, enlivened by some pulsating colors, and even the small rooms have plenty of space compared to the European standard. The Andersen has many reapeat guests for good reason. If you come home in the wee hours, ladies with high skirts may greet you on the street and ask if you'd like to have a good time. Isn't that friendly? Yes, that's the kind of neighborhood it is—but it won't annoy you, I promise. And here's a handy twist: The hotel says you may stay for 24 hours from whenever you check in. Arrive at 5pm? You don't have to leave until then. Ask for "Concept24" when you book to get that; there's no extra charge but you do have to reserve it.