The Nobis Hotel Copenhagen opened this month in a landmark 18,000-square-foot building that was constructed in 1903 and once housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music. The 77-room property, located between the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, marks the Nobis Group's first property outside of Sweden.
The hotel was designed by the architecture firm Wingardh Arkitekter and offers a blend of original details, such as a grand, master staircase and contemporary accents of marble, copper, stone, oak and glass.
Guestrooms feature tall ceilings, parquet floors and high windows as well as classic Danish furniture from Carl Hansen & Son, rugs from Swedish brand Kasthall and beds from Duxiana. Other design features include crystal glasses from Danish designer Frederik Bagger and Bardiglio Nuvolato marble in the bathrooms as well as toiletries from Swedish brand Byredo.
The on-property restaurant, Niels, features a facade covered in glass and copper plates and serves Nordic cuisine overseen by chef Jeppe Foldager.