Find the right accommodation for your stay in Horsens
Campsites, hotels and youth hostels, holiday homes on the coast and bed & breakfast.
In Horsens, you find a wide range of lovely places to can stay overnight.
Are you on vacation? Or visiting the city on business?
Choose from many types of overnight accommodation in Horsens. With nature as your nearest neighbour or right in the heart of the vibrant city – close to Gudenåen or shops and Denmark’s widest pedestrianised street.
All overnight accommodation in Horsens is located close to attractions, nature experiences, eateries and restaurants or shopping. See our schedule below.
Welcome to Horsens.
Spend the night in a historical framework
If you want to stay overnight in a historical setting, we think you should consider SleepIn FÆNGSLET in the former Horsens State Penitentiary. Spending the night behind the bars is a unique experience.
Scandic Bygholm Park is housed in a mansion dating from 1775 and TeaterHotellet is a beautiful old building at the heart of Horsens that has been converted into a modern hotel. Lille Tyrrestrup is a small guesthouse in the manor house Tyrrestrup, located 5km outside Horsens.
Stay in family-friendly accommodation at the water’s edge
If you are looking to stay in the nature in and around Horsens and have a beautiful view when you rise in the morning, visit Husodde Strand Camping and Horsens City Camping at Horsens Fjord or Danhostel near the Nørrestrand Nature Reserve.
Pitch your tent, or stay in a cabin, a motorhome or caravan in one of the area’s campsites where nature is just outside. We also recommend the Autocamper Site at Horsens Marina, the scenic Bygholm Sø Camping, Gudenå Camping Brædstrup west of Horsens as a pit stop for the canoe trip on the most beautiful part of Gudenåen and Elite Camp Vestbirk which is also surrounded by Denmark’s longest watercourse.
Horsens is home to some of Denmark’s best hotels which are the ideal setting for a holiday, a weekend break or a golfing holiday, where pampering is the word at the end of the day.
Hotel Opus was designed by Kim Utzon, son of world-famous architect Jørn Utzon who designed the Sydney Opera House.
If you opt for bed and breakfast, your hosts will do their utmost to make your stay perfect.
Schools and educational institutions also have good options for overnight accommodation when on an excursion or study trip.