Where to book a room in your next trip to the Danish capital
With a prime location next to Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Central Station, City Hall Square and the internationally renowned Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, brand new Nobis Hotel offers the comfort of being within walking distance to all the delights of the city. But you can also stay in and discover the Scandinavian architecture in its historic building from 1903 which used to house the Royal Danish Academy of Music. Originally designed by architect Martin Borch, Royal Surveyor in Copenhagen, it is one of the first concrete building structures in the Danish capital.
The interior is designed in co-operation with the Swedish star architect Gert Wingårdh, to create our concept of contemporary five-star luxury – elegant and timeless, superior comfort with first-class service, but also personalized, sharp and updated in every detail.
The interiors of Nobis Hotel are created in collaboration with Wingårdhs, one of Sweden’s most celebrated architectural firm, under the leadership of star architect Gert Wingårdh. Wingårdhs previously designed the interiors of Miss Clara Hotel in Stockholm for Nobis Hospitality Group.
The rooms, painted in soothing, richly saturated green-blue tones, all have massive chevron-patterned wooden parquet floors and high, white-painted windows with crossbars as center pieces. The bathrooms are clad in grey Bardiglio marble from Italy.
All furniture is distinguished by craftsmanship and quality, characterized by curved upper lines reflecting the shapes of the building’s original windows. All materials are carefully selected to age with grace. Nordic design classics from various eras are combined and contrasted with furniture, lighting fixtures and carpets designed exclusively for Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, all to create a uniquely personal, friendly, welcoming and elegant hotel.