Hotel Falster

4.48076921424423 of 5 Stars

Hotel Falster in Nykøbing is centrally located in relation to the many attractions of the South Sea Islands and South Zealand. The hotel has the sole aim of creating a hotel that feels like a second home to guests. This applies to both the accommodation and the menu, but more importantly also to the staff.

150 Stubbekøbingvej, 4800 Nykøbing Falster

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  • South Zealand
  • Zealand
  • City Break
  • Weekend stay
  • Mini-break-offer
  • Super rate
  • half-board-offer


Hotel Facilities

  • Bicycle loan/rental
  • Disabled-friendly
  • Free wifi
  • Pets
  • Charging station
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Airport: 120 km
  • Train: 1 km
  • Busstop: 200 m
  • Beach: 12 km
  • Fishing: 3 km
  • Golf: 3 km
  • 68 Rooms

Stays and sleepovers atHotel Falster

New, big and nice restaurant

Hotel Falster is a homely hotel that has been family-run since the beginning in 1986. This means that guests do not just feel welcome; they feel at home whether they come to eat, relax or host meetings. The hotel's goal is simple - the guests should feel at home and enjoy the unpretentious and relaxed atmosphere that the hotel staff creates and cherishes.

The hotel is located in Nykøbing F, which is the capital of the island Falster. Here you have an ideal starting point for a holiday, or a weekend stay on the South Sea Islands. On Lolland and Falster, you are surrounded by water that allows you to sail, fish and swim or just enjoy the beautiful nature with fields, meadows and forests. The relatively flat landscape of the area also makes it an ideal area to cycle in, and the hotel also arranges cycling stays, among other things. If you stay at the hotel in the summer, it is possible to come in and see the Nykøbing Falster revue on a revue stay.

The hotel's à la carte restaurant is the perfect setting for both a formal business dinner and a cozy family dinner. The kitchen is Danish / French, and every month a new menu is put together, which the skilled chefs put a lot of work into preparing.

A visit to Hotel Falster invites you to visit the area's many small and large attractions, which are worth seeing both because of their beauty and their history.

For example, bring the family on a visit to Knuthenborg Safari Park near Maribo. With its 400 acres, it is the largest zoo in Northern Europe.

Nykøbing F was founded way back in the end of the 1100s in connection with the construction of the castle Nykøbing Slot. The castle served as a dower house for queens who were “superfluous” in Copenhagen. One of them was King Christian the 4ths mother, Sofie of Mecklenburg, who ruled over Lolland-Falster until she died in 1631. King Christian the 5th s wife Charlotte Amalie lived in Nykøbing Slot as a widow for 15 years.

On Lolland and Falster there are no less than 5 golf courses - 4 of which have an international standard. The courses have in common that they are in the beautiful surroundings that Lolland and Falster have to offer - these can be challenging for both the rookies as well as the experienced players. The closest, Golfklubben Storstrømmen, is just a 5-minute drive from Hotel Falster, so if you play golf, a golf stay at Hotel Falster is an obvious opportunity to improve your handicap.

Hotel Falster has 68 modern rooms, all with shower, toilet and TV. Several of the rooms are handicap friendly, and in one wing there are only non-smoking and allergy-friendly rooms. Meeting and banquet rooms with space for up to 200 people at the hotel and 600 people at Nykøbing Theater.


150 Stubbekøbingvej
4800 Nykøbing Falster

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Attractions nearby of Hotel Falster

  • Photo: Visit Lolland-Falster

    Ejegod Mill

    1.07 km

    Ejegod Mill was located far out in the countryside on the Ejegod farm when it was built in 1816. Today, it is located in the northern part of Nykøbing Falster town. The buildings are unique since both the mill, the barn and the mill house are still to be found.

    The mill itself is a Dutch 8-sided mill with an onion-shaped hat, and it was used to grind grain. In 1936, Nykøbing Falter Municipality bought the farm, had the mill restored and from 1939 it has been the town's landmark.

    Next to Ejegod Mill is the mill house, which houses the Toy Museum with a large collection of historical toys.


    Visits to the mill are by appointment by calling or writing to the museum's mobile phone number.

    Read more : Ejegod Mill
  • Photo: Guldborgsund Zoo

    Guldborgsund Zoo & Botanical Garden

    1.41 km

    Superb family entertainment
    In Guldborgsund Zoo and Botanical Garden you can get close to the animals, look at them face to face, and sense the Zoo’s untamed nature. There are plenty of scenic natural areas with a lake, beautiful planted areas, great animal enclosures, as well as fun activities for the whole family.

    Fun Activities
    In our petting Zoo you are close to our goats and donkeys waiting to be caressed by all animal loving children and adults. If the children love climbing towers, rushing about and being active, then our large nature adventure playpark is the place for them. In our Dino Garden you can travel back 65 million years in time, gaining an exciting insight into the era of the dinosaurs and enjoy the magnificent magnolias. Try our challenging climbing equipment. Crawl through the cave and feel the excitement of being right there between the large dinosaurs and other ferocious animals.

    Take the kids on a nature discovery experience and meet wild animals
    We have more than 80 animal species in Guldborgsund Zoo and Botanical Garden and a world full of interesting plants. For example, you can take a walk in the rainforest and experience the exciting world of animals and plants. Take an underwater look at the penguins and see them "fly" after a herring. You can see our cheeky South American squirrel monkeys who are very energetic and watch everything and everyone.

    Family joy in the garden
    Bring along the lunch basket, the garden has many cozy corners, shady trees and beautiful views of the lake and the forest. The garden café is open during the high season with sale of light dishes and various drinks.

    We look forward to seeing you!

    Read more : Guldborgsund Zoo & Botanical Garden
  • Photo: Visit Lolland-Falster

    Nykøbing F. Watertower

    1.55 km

    The water tower was built in 1908, and was Denmark's first reinforced concrete building of that size. The water tower is 43 meters high, there are 7 floors and 147 steps, and the viewing platform is at a height of 32 meters.

    In 2008, Multicentersyd took over the operation of the water tower, and has since been responsible for a total modernization of the tower. The water tower is now a branch of FGU Lolland.

    On the water tower's 4 exhibition floors, you can see changing art exhibitions. And from the top of the tower, you can see the fantastic view of the entire Nykøbing F and Guldborgsund.

    The water tower has become the city's landmark.


    Contact the exhibition manager

    Mai-Britt V. Skov

    FGU teacher

    E-mail: /

    Phone: May: 51179953 / Espen :51179955

    Entrance in the tower

    10 DKK

    Opening hours

    Wednesday 10-16

    NOTE: The water tower is closed in July, and if there are courses in the water tower.

    Read more : Nykøbing F. Watertower
  • Photo: Bente Pedersen

    Toy Museum Nykøbing F.

    1.46 km

    The Toy Museum in Nykøbing Falster is a place where time stands still, where the story of children's play through time unfolds in an extensive collection of toys from 1840 to the 1970s. Step into a world of dolls, doll carriages, teddy bears, model trains, cars, tin soldiers and much more - a true treasure trove of play and a piece of cultural history.

    Our exhibitions offer a unique journey through the history of toys, where you can explore toys from Danish prisons, produced under the name "Dansk Legetøjsfabrik" (Danish Toy Factory) from 1905 to the mid-70s. Also discover the early Lego and other fascinating productions that have shaped children's play universe over the decades.

    The Toy Museum does not only exhibit toys, but also an impressive collection of children's clothes, dress-up clothes and outdoor toys such as sledges and bicycles. Explore the world of children through time and create memories with your own family as you explore the past and rediscover the magic of play at the Toy Museum in Nykøbing Falster.

    The museum is usually open on the first Saturday of every month, but special openings can be arranged by contacting us.

    While visiting the museum, we suggest you pay a visit to the old mill next door.

    Read more : Toy Museum Nykøbing F.
  • Photo: Visit Lolland-Falster

    The abbey church

    1.61 km

    The Abbey was built in the fourteenth century. Made of medieval large bricks. 'Graabroederkirken' was originally a monastery, but in 1532 it became a protestant church. You will see an extraordinary ancestor tablet, which is one of the most precious possesions of the church and a painting made by Lucas Cranack. The church also has a herbal garden.
    Read more : The abbey church
  • Photo: Visit Lolland-Falster

    Nykøbing F. Firemuseum

    1.8 km

    The fire museum in Nykøbing is for anyone who loves beautiful red fire engines. Here you can also see the long rescue ladder up close, study different uniforms and learn about other historical fire equipment.

    See the fine vehicles here.


    The museum is often staffed by former Falck employees or retired firefighters who surely have a good story to tell.


    Special openings can be arranged by appointment.


    The fire museum shares address with a hairdressing museum, photography museum and radio museum.

    Read more : Nykøbing F. Firemuseum
  • Photo: Fuglsang Kunstmuseum

    Fuglsang Art Museum

    8.03 km

    Prizewinning art museum amidst the landscape

    Fuglsang Art Museum is one of the oldest art museums in the country, comprising a significant collection of Danish art from ca. 1780-1980. We always show a selection of our own artworks as well as special exhibitions.

    The museum’s award-winning architecture harmonises beautifully with the atmospheric surroundings, the manor house and nature, including Fuglsang Garden, a vast manor landscape and a tidal nature reserve, Skejten, with low water-meadows facing Guldborgsund.

    Take a break

    The cafe serves tasty treats for lunch or coffee. There is outdoor seating during the summer and you can enjoy the spectacular view from the cafe all year round. You can also visit our shop, with its range of art and design supplies, books, toys and local delicacies.

    Bring the kids

    The museum has a range of inspiring offers for families, including free activity sheets, which draw children and adults into the wonderful world of art. The large lawn outside beckons children to play, and you can go exploring the huge thuja “cave” in Fuglsang Garden.


    For opening hours and more:

    Free admission under 26 years old

    Fuglsang Art Museum is wheelchair accessible.


    Read more : Fuglsang Art Museum
  • Photo: Danmarks Traktormuseum

    Denmarks Tractor Museum

    8.91 km

    The Danish Tractor Museum in Eskilstrup on the northern part of Falster is an impressive old 3-storey building dedicated to the history of agriculture and technology.

    The museum has an almost complete collection of the Danish-made Bukh tractor with prototypes and special editions, as well as 9 stationary Bukh engines from 1925-1937. The museum also has larger collections of Bolinder-Munktell, Volvo, International and Ferguson tractors.

    The tractor collection provides a broad picture of the range on the Danish market, as well as a few that have never been used in Denmark.

    Along with the many agricultural machines, the museum also tells a piece of post-war history about how a condition of Marshall Aid was that tractors were now imported from USA.

    In addition to tractors, the museum also features a number of engines and a steam engine from 1901.

    The museum's striking building is also quite interesting in itself. It was built in 1918-1919 as a seed cleaning centre and is therefore suitable for storing heavy items such as tractors. The building was the first on Falster to use reinforced concrete for the construction of the basement.

    The museum welcomes larger groups throughout the year by appointment. See the website for activities and opening hours.

    Read more : Denmarks Tractor Museum
  • Photo: Krokodille Zoo

    Crocodile Zoo

    9.64 km

    Your visit

    In Crocodile Zoo you can experience crocodiles of all sizes and greet snakes, monkeys and giant turtles, and as the only place in Denmark you can also see tree leopards! Visit the Crocodile Zoo and get an exciting experience, which gives an understanding of how amazing crocodiles are and how necessary it is to preserve them.

    Meet the Giants

    Have you felt the rush in your stomach when you suddenly face Europe's largest crocodile Sobek at more than 5 meters? Have you ever met Medusa? The giant snake weighing over 100 kg, which requires 8 men to lift her 6 meter long body! Or have you seen the huge frog Storm of 2 kg?

    Behind the façade

    Crocodile Zoo is a matter of the heart that is based on passion and a strong set of values with an absolute focus on crocodile and nature conservation. Crocodile Zoo is an important and major player in the fight for the conservation of crocodiles.

    Make a difference

    When you buy a ticket, you simultaneously support the conservation of crocodiles. Crocodile Zoo releases 200 Orinoco crocodiles annually in Venezuela. Learn much more about the different projects and what it is you support when you visit the Crocodile Zoo.


    See the crocodiles by night or some of the animals that you don't see during the day.

    Read more here.

    Read more : Crocodile Zoo
  • Photo: Jonas Bonde

    Golf & Fun Park

    11.58 km

    Golf in every form

    At the Golf & Fun Park, you can enjoy any kind of golf: 9 and 18 hole adventure mini golf on an amazing course with lakes and streams, football golf, frisbee golf, handball golf, Japanese park golf or even, last but not least, the covered driving range, where you can hit golf balls at 100 kilometres an hour.

    At 2 kilometres long, the scenic course used for football,-frisbee- and handball golf is the longest in Denmark.

    Bumperball, segways and padel tennis

    Ever tried playing football while wearing an inflatable Bumperball? It means you can play football, bump into your friends and roll around the pitch. It's thumping good fun! You can also play soccer pool, take a ride on the fun segways, or play padel tennis.

    And for younger children

    For younger children, the Golf & Fun Park has a great ‘western town’ with gold-digging and a teepee, an amazing playground, trampolines, climbing frame, bumper-boats, electric cars and an activity house. When you’ve had your fill of fun, it's time for a little refreshment in the shade of the covered terrace or garden, where you can buy ice cream, food and something to drink. Alternatively, you can enjoy your own food and make use of the site’s barbecues.

    The Golf & Fun Park is always the place for a fun-filled day out.

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  • Photo: Pajor

    The Motorcycle Museum of Denmark

    15.57 km

    The Danish Motorcycle Museum is Northern Europe's largest vintage motorcycle museum with a versatility and quantity that will impress most people. The over 200 motorcycles have been produced over two centuries, from the well-known iconic models to the more unknown but equally impressive.

    The Radio Museum became part of the museum in 1982 and here you can see the development of radios, televisions and gramophones from 1900 to the present day. The museum includes the world's oldest loudspeaker.

    The museum is very child-friendly, but welcomes anyone with an interest in mechanics, speed and engines.

    Read more : The Motorcycle Museum of Denmark
  • Photo: Knuthenborg Safaripark

    Knuthenborg Safaripark

    24.84 km

    A wild experience

    The 1,000 and more different animals living on the savannah in Knuthenborg set the pace as you drive safely among them through the park. In some areas, you may be able to leave the car to greet these impressive animals; in other areas, they are experienced only from the car. Watch the feeding of the animals and participate in other exciting activities, and don’t forget to pay a visit to the newly built facility for former circus elephants who now enjoy their retirement in the open air.

    The giants of the past

    Travel back millions of years in time in the Dinosaur Forest, where you can meet some of the largest animals that have ever roamed the planet. Laugh and learn as the giants of the past emerge from the primeval forest.

    Fun and adventure in the Limpopoland amusement park

    If you’re hoping for butterflies in the stomach, Knuthenborg’s Limpopoland is the place to visit. Climb the African volcano Kilimanjaro, feel the wind rush through your hair on the waterslide and rollercoasters, and explore the whimsical adventure playground.

    Eat face to face with the animals and spend the night on the savannah

    You will find tables and benches for enjoying a picnic all over the park, and food is available to purchase at one of the cafés or Restaurant Flintehuset.

    Stay overnight in luxury tents on the savannah, just like on a real safari, and wake up to a view of the animals and the calls of lions and monkeys. See the many exciting accommodation options here.

    Read more : Knuthenborg Safaripark