Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

Housed in a historic 5, 500 square-meter landmark building from 1903, once home to the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music, the Nobis Group’s first hotel outside of their native Sweden has opened. Set between the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen combines effortless style, luxury, and heritage. Renowned Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh and his team at Wingårdhs have been responsible for the interior of the 77-room hotel. The result is a master class in marrying old and new: original architectural details, such as the grand staircase, have been preserved and restored, while bold contemporary accents are defined by superior quality natural materials such as marble, copper, stone, hard oak, and glass. Rooms are outfitted with classic Danish furniture and modern furniture design mixing great up with the classic surroundings.

The Nobis Hotel Copenhagen restaurant, Niels, was also renovated by Wingårdh Arkitekter. Headed up by Chef de Cuisine Jeppe Foldager, Niels Restaurant borrows from the best of Nordic culinary traditions, serving a classic, yet modern kitchen.

 

The Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is set between the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, in a historic 5, 500 square-meter landmark building from 1903, once home to the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.

Original architectural details, such as the grand staircase, have been preserved and restored, while bold contemporary accents are defined by superior quality natural materials such as marble, copper, stone, hard oak, and glassRooms and suites are outfitted with classic Danish furniture and modern furniture design mixing great up with the classic surroundings.