Central hotel in Roskilde
Zleep Hotel Roskilde is a classical hotel with a beautiful façade and rococo interior design. The building’s more than 300-year long history provides a unique hotel experience. Zleep Hotel Roskilde is an ideal choice if you wish to visit Roskilde’s many attractions, have a meeting in the city, or are celebrating a wedding, birthday or other event in one of the hotel’s many banquet halls.
Historic atmosphere in modern environment
As with all Zleep hotels, we offer free high-speed WiFi in Roskilde that is easy to access. You can enjoy a cup of coffee while reading your emails in the newly renovated lounge, which is called the ‘Harry Potter room’ by the hosts at the hotel due to its interior and atmosphere. Despite the modern conveniences, you will still be able to enjoy the comfortable and historical surroundings, from the entrance and all the way the way to your room. The room types differ substantially as the hotel is made up of four wings that were each built in different centuries!
More than just a bed
On the left side of the reception is the breakfast buffet, where we daily make sure that you get a proper breakfast, which consists of a healthy and varied diet so that there is something for everyone. You can sit and enjoy breakfast by the buffet, which is placed in a bright room with a great atmosphere among the guests and our staff. You can also sit in “the library”, which is both used for breakfast and later by groups, who want to sit together in the evening and enjoy a beer or a glass of wine from the reception. Breakfast is sold separately from the room, giving you the option to decide how many days you want to eat at the hotel, and which days you want to go out and eat somewhere else.
In extension to the library there are two meeting rooms, named “Mads Skjern” and “Director Varnæs”, who are characters in a classic Danish TV show set during the World War 2, Matador. The hotel was a source of inspiration to the author of the show, Lise Nørgaard. The meeting rooms can be used by anyone free of charge. As mentioned above, we want to be part of the local environment and this is one of the ways that we invite local companies and associations inside, but if you come from abroad, you are of course also welcome to host a meeting at the hotel.
In the room
- 73 rooms
- Linen and bedding
- Shower and toilet
In the reception
- Iron and ironing board
- Coffee and tea (DKK 20)
- Staff available 24/7
- Luggage room
- Self service check in
Breakfast can be added to your room for just DKK 99 per person. Children between the ages of 3 and 12 years old can have breakfast for DKK 69. Read more about Zleep’s breakfast here.
Monday to Friday: 6.00 – 10.00 am
Weekend and Holidays: 7.30 – 11.00 am
BestPrice cannot be cancelled as it is non-refundable. FlexPrice can be cancelled until 2.00 pm on the day of arrival. Cancel your reservation here.
Check in is possible from 2.00 pm. Please check out no later than 11.00 am.
Upon arriving, please ask the reception if it is possible to check-in early or check out late. It costs an additional DKK 100 for checking in early and/or DKK 100 for check out late (until 2.00 pm).
For every additional person in the room, we charge DKK 200 per night. Children between the ages 0 and 2 that sleep in their parents’ bed stay for free. It is possible to get a baby crib with pillow and duvet for just DKK 100.
If you require more than 5 rooms, you will need to make a group reservation. In doing such, we ensure that all information is correctly completed and you will receive the best price possible. Complete this form and our booking department will contact you as soon as possible!
We keep all lost and found items for 4 weeks. Following which, any items with visible serial numbers, such as electronics, jewelry and other valuables are handed over to the police’s lost property office. Everything else is then donated to charity.
If you have forgotten something at the hotel, please notify us by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The e-mail should include information such as your name, the date of your stay, name of the hotel, and the room number. If you want your items shipped to your address, we use a third-party supplier to make the delivery.
You can park for free by the hotel. The address is Sankt Ols Gade 5, 4000 Roskilde. Please notice that there is only a limited number of parking spots. If you park by the hotel, you will need to register your car with the parking machine in the reception.
In the reception you can pay with both cash and card however, we do prefer cashless payments.
Pets are not permitted to stay at Zleep Hotels.
The hotel in Roskilde is open 24/7.
The banqueting rooms at the hotel consists of the Golden Age room, the Holger Drachmann saloons and the Gustav Wied saloons. The banqueting rooms is run by the restaurant, Florentz Café & Brasserie, which is located in extension to the hotel. For information about renting the banqueting rooms, please contact the restaurant. Find contact information here.
All smoking is prohibited inside the hotels, but you are of course welcome to smoke outside. If you smoke inside the hotel, you will be charged DKK 1,500 for extra cleaning and an additional DKK 5,000 if you touch the smoke detector! An alert is sent directly to the chief of the fire department should you touch the smoke detector.
A Single Room is perfect if you are traveling alone. The room contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Single Room has a great single bed. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
A Single Room is perfect for those who are traveling alone. The room contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Single Room has a great single bed. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
A Double Room is perfect for a couple that is traveling together. The room is spacious and has been designed in a classical style. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. The room also contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Family Room has a great double or twin bed. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
A Twin Room has room for two travelers. The room is spacious and has been designed in a classical style. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. The room also contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Twin Room has two great separate beds. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
A Triple Room accommodates three travelers. The room is spacious and has been designed in a classical style. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. The room also contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Triple Room has one double or twin bed and a roll away bed. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
A Family Room is a great choice if you are traveling with the family. The room is spacious and has been designed a classical style. All our rooms are equipped with toilet and shower. The room also contains a worktable, free WiFi, and a TV. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so a Family Room has a great double or twin bed and two additional beds. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
The H.C. Andersen suite is the largest hotel room at the hotel. The suite is spacious and designed in a beautiful, classical style. In the suite is an entry hall, a bedroom, a living room, a large bathroom with both a bathtub and a shower, as well as an extra separate toilet. Additionally, you will have free WiFi and a TV in the suite. It is of great importance that you get a good night’s sleep, so the suite is equipped with a great double bed. Be our guest and zleep tight!Book room
Part of the local environment
You will definitely feel like you are a part of Roskilde’s local life when staying at such a central location. The hotel has a long story and has become a landmark in Roskilde. Everyone in the city knows the hotel, and we strive to continue the tradition and be part of the local environment. This means contributing to the increased and improved tourism in Roskilde as well as supporting local initiatives. Among others, we support the local football team, F.C. Roskilde.
Central and near all of Roskilde’s attractions
Roskilde is located at the heart of Zealand, and it was previously the capital city of Denmark due to its great harbor. Today, it is a popular trading town, abundant in culture. Our hotel has a wonderful location in the middle of Roskilde’s shopping street. You will have convenient access to free parking, located right behind the hotel. You can quickly and easily walk to some of Roskilde’s largest attractions. Among other places, you are in walking distance to:
- Roskilde Cathedral: The world’s largest royal burial is home to some of the most beautiful and lifelike marble figurines. The cathedral in Roskilde is protected and enlisted on UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
- Viking Ship Museum: Experience Viking ships that are more than 1,000 years old and learn more about the Viking Age. The museum in Roskilde is among the city’s most popular tourist attractions and it is quite understandably why.
- City Park: A big, lovely, green area in the middle of Roskilde and with a great view over Roskilde Fjord. Within a very short time, you can walk from the hotel to the cozy park, which is a perfect place for walks, relaxation and romance.
- Roskilde Museum: Do you want to learn more about the first capital of Denmark, then visit the region’s cultural and historical museum, which is located just 120 meters from the hotel in Roskilde.
- Ragnarock: Denmark’s very own rock museum is a musical exploratorium. Through sound, pictures and activities, you will learn how the Danish youth culture has developed through music.
- Saint Laurentius: The remains of the church is located at the very heart of Roskilde. Today, the remains of the church consist of a church tower as well as the ruins themselves two meters below the city square. Here archaeological findings from an excavation is showcased.
You can easily spend a couple of days in Roskilde, but should there not be enough to explore, then Copenhagen is just half an hour train ride away. Do you want to stay in central Roskilde, in the middle of the shopping street? Stay at Zleep Hotel Roskilde to be near everything.
The hotel’s architecture
The hotel in Roskilde consists of four wings: the listed main building from the beginning of the 1700s; a stairwell from the 1930s; a side building from the first decades of the 1900s; as well as a new room wing from the year 2000. The main building was designed by architect Ove Petersen from the Royal Theater, who was inspired by the style of the French renaissance, which is very visible in his play with the brick work. This style is what ensures the building its very distinctive, beautiful and mansion-like front that faces the shopping street of Roskilde. It is this façade and the Golden Age banquet room that are particularly noteworthy in the building’s architecture.
History of Roskilde’s hotel
On March 5th, 1695, King Christian the 5th issued a decree concerning “public shelters and pubs in Denmark.” In this decree it was written that shelters were to be opened on shopping streets through which post was delivered. In accordance with the decree, what is known as Zleep Hotel Roskilde today was built as a privileged inn. In 1731, a terrible fire ravaged the city of Roskilde, and it unfortunately burned down a large part of the hotel as well. However, the hotel was restored by the owner, Madam Berg. In the 1800s, H.C. Andersen frequently visited the old hotel. The world-famous author wrote the following passage in his diary back then: “Such poor lodging at Prindsen, no blinds, so the neighbors had to shut their blinds when I changed my clothes. The sun was burning piping hot inside. The servants of course noble at Prindsen. Home 8 o’clock, first time I sleep in the city where the kings sleep, I sleep terribly, I sleep at Prindsen. Across from me a gentleman sings: Lille Viggo vil du ride ranke [poem by H.C. Andersen], not knowing the poet sits just on the other side.” It should be noted that blinds and other modern necessities have been added to the rooms. In the same century, the hotel was also visited by author and seascapist Holger Drachmann, who stayed for a long time before moving into Roskilde Mansion.
Restaurant and banqueting rooms
The Golden Age banqueting room is often considered the pride of the hotel and is probably the most beautiful and historic room in Denmark. Since the inauguration in 1880, the banqueting room has facilitated several large events in Roskilde. With expert guidance from the National Museum, the Golden Age room was gently brought back to original appearance in 2001. Today it is an exemplary illustration of just how well a classic room and modern technology can be combined; the architecture is very visible whereas the technology has been hidden as much as possible. Not many banqueting facilities in Denmark can facilitate as beautiful and festive surroundings for a wedding or other events. Thus, it is not without good reason that the banqueting room is such a popular choice to host festive events such as weddings, confirmations, birthdays, receptions and much more in.
Author Gustav Wied portray the atmosphere of Roskilde’s bird shooting company’s get-togethers in his book ‘Evil of Life’: “In the huge room, the large gas chandelier was lit, and chandeliers were beaming on the side of the six pillar mirrors. The audience was sitting head by head in tight rows; the gentlemen in full evening dress, and the ladies in their wildest clothing. An almost devout silence reigned the room. One hardly dared draw breath, that’s how excited one was. The eyes’ sparkling had become bigger and the color of the cheeks higher. The escorts’ protecting arms lay more firmly around the ladies’ meek waists. The hearts were beating and the lips were laughing. One started becoming a human being. Class differences melted away. And the hour of the uncritical involvement had come. The entire room was a confusing mass, a noisy buzzing of laughter. The chandelier rocked in the draught from the whirling skirts, and the floor was shaking. And the saloon decorative canvas wing doors in the theater were opening and closing. At 4 1/2 o’clock, the last guests went home.”