Nobis Hotel Copenhagen Copenhagen
The resort sits on the border of Copenhagen Cultural District, together with all the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek art museum directly next door. A number of different attractions and museums — such as the National Museum, Christiansborg Palace and Royal Library — are located inside a 10-minute stroll, as is Central Station, with a direct train connection to the airport. Additionally, it is just 2 minutes to Tivoli Gardens, observable from a number of the chambers.
Style & personality
The building, which dates from 1903, was home to the Royal Danish Academy of Music and was reworked by Swedish architectural business Wingårdhs. They have admired period attributes (including the original decorative mouldings and expansive marble stairs) but never been frightened to include modern spins — the reception desk is a primitive concrete block along with also the central stairwell is currently full of a twinkly contemporary light setup. The lounge area is soft leather seats and designer lamps, using angular metallic shelves showing carefully positioned objets — point your camera in only about any way and you would have a shot worthy of the antiques magazine.
Service & amenities
Service does not yet have the glistening simplicity of this city’s additional five-stars but the majority of the employees are friendly and eager to assist. There is valet parking (450 DKK/#53 every day) and bicycles to rent for 250 DKK (Number30 every day). In the cellar is a small health club and a spa area with 2 saunas, two showers, a hot rock, cold water plunge pool plus a vanity.
Standard rooms (known as Superior) are not huge but they are handsome and many have high ceilings which help them feel much more spacious. Walls are painted in lovely moody blues and blues and they have not stinted on the substances, with Duxiana beds on the steel four-poster beds, hand-tufted rugs on chevron-patterned walnut parquet flooring, and custom-made cushions topped with soft caramel leather. Bathrooms are small if you don’t update (and with the towel rail over the loo is not good) but they are lavishly fitted out using gray Italian marble, big rainhead showers, and toiletries from top Swedish manufacturer Byredo.
Food & beverage
The group in Restaurant Niels is led up by Jeppe Foldager, former champion of a silver medal in the Bocuse d’Or championships, and also the menu marries prime Nordic components with classic French techniques. Standout dishes comprised a gently smoked halibut using roe, textures of cucumber and smoked cheese and a bowl of lettuce with egg yolk confit and poultry skin. At breakfast there is an appealing buffet, such as cereals, cold cuts, cheese, fruits, avocado, yoghurts and pastries, and hot dishes to purchase. Only be quite particular about what you need — a petition for sausage, bacon and poached egg came as a plate of beef as well as a few of eggs Florentine.
Value for cash
Superior doubles from 2,300 DKK (#272) in low season and out of 3,480 DKK (#412) at large. Breakfast is an additional 295 DKK (#35) per individual. Free Wi-Fi.
Accessibility for guests with disabilities?
There is ramp access from the road and also a lift to all floors. Several bedrooms have been wheelchair accessible and have adapted bathrooms. Vibrating cushions are available for the hearing impaired.
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