The landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music is being transformed into a grand design hotel. Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, a distinctly Danish and Scandinavian in style and atmosphere is set to open in September 2017.
Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, currently in the process of being build, has been artfully designed by star architect and Design Hotels™ influencer Gert Wingårdh.
The new hotel feature amenities such as a gym, a sauna with cooling pool and hamam, a bar, a lounge area. There will also be a restaurant that will help turn this stunning property into an attractive new venue for Copenhagen’s downtown social scene. The hotel is centrally located next to the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen Central Station and City Hall Square.
The hotels 77 rooms will feature modernism and classicism at the same time with the historical building’s original architecture and décor delicately emphasised. Materials such as marbles, wood and glass in combination with a subtle colour palette, generous ceiling height and large windows will all create the ultimate luxury accommodation.
And there’s no hotel stay complete without a mouthwatering food experience. You’ll be pleased to know that the people behind Nobis are restaurateurs, amongst other operating Operakällaren, Sweden’s most famous and distinguished dining room. They’ve promised us that the ambitions are high for the Nobis Hotel restaurant.
We say, look out for when Nobis opens for bookings as we are sure this will be a rather attractive place to stay when visiting the Danish capital.
It’s sister hotel, Nobis Stockholm is top rated in the Swedish capital. We expect no less of the hospitality group’s new Copenhagen venture.