The latest design hotel opening in Denmark: Nobis Hotel Copenhagen. For years, this city has been my Top 1 destination for Danish design inspiration and foodie trips. For those of you who haven’t been, there’s yet another reason to go ahead with planning: Nobis Hotel Copenhagen just opened in September – and it’s looking too good to be true!
Situated in a historic building (Royal Danish Conservatory of Music), right in the heart of Copenhagen next to the Glypotek Museum and Tivoli Gardens and not far from the main train station. The building, that dates back to Danish classicism, is just fantastic and I love it even more in contrast with the Contemporary luxury interior and color scheme!
Designed by Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh, it follows up on the concept of a contemporary five-star luxury hotel that we know from their first projects Nobis Hotel Stockholm and Miss Clara Hotel (read our article here). The concept can be described as elegant and timeless, with superior comfort and first-class service. No need for traditional luxury gimmicks, everything can be personalized and is, of course up to the highest standards.
Using superior quality natural materials, such as various marbles stones, wood, and glass, a subtle color scale with accents of deep green and petrol the architects have managed to conserve the sophisticated and most delicate building, creating a unique atmosphere, that makes me want to move right in!
There are 77 rooms and 4 suites. Two suites are accessible directly via the elevators on the top floor. There is a ground level sauna with a cold pool, a gym and relaxation lounge.
Looking at the pictures, I definitely need to rethink my color scheme at home, Danish Design chairs and black modern lamps have been my obsession for years, but I can’t get over the rich blue-green tones. So simple, so classic! I love it!
ABOUT NOBIS HOSPITALITY GROUP
The group is currently in a phase of expansion with four planned openings next year, two of them in Palma de Mallorca. We can’t wait!
Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Niels Brocks Gade 1