The Nobis Hotel in Copenhagen excels at design in every way. Even before entering our room for the weekend, I was stunned by the chic minimalist entrance and stylish common areas. The hotel, which opened in September 2017, is housed in the iconic 1903 building which was once home to the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music. It was the first concrete building in Denmark, and there are still original features, like the sleek concrete check-in desk, to be admired inside.
The hotel has 77 rooms including 13 spacious suites. We were very at home in 318, a deluxe room on the third floor. All the rooms are decorated in moody blues with design details and attractive furniture. The room had plenty of natural light and a cosy feel, a huge four poster bed took centre stage and a small desk and TV were tucked in one corner.
Perhaps my favourite part of our room was the bathroom, a stunning pale grey marble wet room. There was a small bath and rain shower, Byredo toiletries and Meraki bath bombs. It was an immaculate showroom of beauty and design.
Before leaving we were given a viewing of the indulgent Nobis Suite, an expansive room with grand living area and huge grey marble clad bathroom. For a special occasion this room (which was once an old music classroom) would be perfect, and I can see why it is a popular choice for events.
Each morning we feasted on the breakfast buffet downstairs, which included streaky Danish bacon and eggs, pastries, fruit and yoghurts. If you have time try the modern Scandi-style food of Chef Jeppe Foldager at the hotel restaurant Niels. The glamorous bar has a menu of creative cocktails, we loved chatting to the mixologist here and trying his delicious drinks. On the ground floor there is also a small luxury spa for the use of all hotel guests, we spent a few hours relaxing in the sauna and plunge pool.
Nobis Hotel is in a prime location, nearby to the famous Tivoli Gardens and nearby to many of the cities greatest museums and sights, rent a hotel bike to see the city the way the locals do. The Nobis Copenhagen exceeded all my expectations, and I wish I’d had longer to enjoy all the lovely facilities.
More information and book a room at the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen here.
(I was a guest of the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen.)