Contemporary luxury hotel Nobis Hotel Copenhagen has a prime location in the heart of the Danish capital, in a historic building on Niels Brocks Gade 1, off H. C. Andersen Boulevard. The hotel has 77 rooms, with four suites, all housed in a historic landmark building erected in 1903. Designed by architect Martin Borch, it is one of the first concrete building structures in the Danish capital. For many years, it housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.


With interiors designed by Swedish star architect Gert Wingårdh and Wingårdhs, the new hotel offers the same concept as its Stockholm predecessor — elegant and timeless design, superior comfort with great service, but it is also personalized, sharp and updated in every detail. Nobis feels free of traditional luxury gimmicks and never stuffy. Amenities include a small pool, a gym and a relax lounge. There are a bar and lounge area connected to the 80-seat Niels Restaurant.

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