Nobis Hotel Copenhagen opens its doors

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Building that once housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music
A new hotel has opened in Copenhagen inside a historic 5,500sqm building dating from 1903, which was once home to the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music.
Set between the Tivoli Gardens and the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen “combines effortless style, luxury and heritage, with a personalised level of service that is unrivalled,” according to boutique hotel collection Design Hotels.
The property, which has 77 rooms and three suites, is Nobis Group’s first outside Sweden and offers “all of the comforts of an urban refuge within the heart of Denmark’s thriving capital”.
Architect Gert Wingårdh and his team were tasked with overseeing the evolution of the design. He wanted to pay homage to the building’s roots while adding his own signature touches.
The result is “a masterclass in marrying old and new”, Design Hotels claims, with original details such as the grand staircase together with contemporary accents in marble, copper, stone, oak and glass.
The restaurant, Niels, is headed by chef Jeppe Foldager and “borrows from the best of Nordic culinary traditions, serving a classic, yet modern kitchen, combining traditional French and Nordic gastronomy in a modern and personal culinary style, always with the finest quality ingredients as a focus”.
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