The Perfect Mixture of a Contemporary and Timeless Essence
Nobis is the hottest new arrival in Copenhagen, which unquestionably deserves to be the only hotel in the city to be part of the renowned Design Hotels Group. And if this isn’t enough, it is located at the heart of the Cultural District. Most museums are but a ten-minute walking distance from the hotel, while the Tivoli Gardens can be admired from the hotel’s balconies.
This building, which used to be the Royal Danish Academy of Music, has been completely renovated by the Swedish architectural firm Wingårdhs. A modernist style predominates in every corner of the hotel: polished concrete blocks, twinkly light installation, leather chairs, and minimalist lamps.
Nobis Suite is a space that will offer pure enjoyment. The ambience of the room is enhanced by original details such as delicate cornices, hardwood oak floors in chevron pattern and large windows with views towards the city. This, as well as the penthouses and junior suites, is outfitted with private washrooms of Italian marble, and Byredo bath products.
Nobis’ real strength though is found in its kitchen. Chef Jeppe Foldager, winner of the silver medal at the Bocuse d’Or competition, is in charge of preparing Nordic dishes with French ingredients. The results are fascinating: lightly smoked halibut with roe; textures of cucumber and smoked cheese; a bowl of wild mushrooms with egg yolk confit and chicken skin—what else can we say?
Nobis offers bike rental services as well, which we highly recommend in this cultural area. It features a spa, two saunas, a hot stone, and treatment room as well.
1B Niels Brocks Gade
1574 Copenhague, Dinamarca
Text: Andrés Ordorica ± Photo: nrt / hospitality net / nobis hotel copenhagen / yonder