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What We Love

  • The gorgeous conservation of the historic building, which was built in 1903
  • Relaxing in the Instagram-worthy lounge, with its designer lamps and metal shelves stocked with objets d'art
  • The hotel's unbeatable proximity to some of Copenhagen's biggest sites, including the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek art museum and Tivoli Gardens

What To Know

  • The hotel occupies a landmark building that once housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music
  • Rooms are handsome, but on the small side
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Overview

Classic architecture meets modern Danish design at this 77-room boutique, steps from Tivoli Gardens

The Lowdown

Set inside the former Royal Danish Conservatory of Music, this stylish Copenhagen stay fuses classical turn-of-the-century architecture with the best of Scandinavian design – clean lines, simple accents, and lots of natural light. The results are breathtaking: high ceilings, oversized Bardiglio marble bathrooms with egg-shaped bathtubs, chevron-patterned wooden parquet floors, and Danish furniture from Carl Hansen & Son, including the iconic CH25 chair. Once you’re finished taking design notes, tuck into local dishes at the Niels Restaurant, where French and Nordic dishes are the speciality, or hit the streets in the direction of Tivoli Gardens or the Radhuspladsen town hall square, just steps away.

In the Area

The hotel’s great location in downtown Copenhagen puts you within comfortable walking distance to the central train station, the university, most major tourist attractions and restaurants. This city is the perfect place for cycling, so why not rent a bike and cruise around the sights?

How to Get There

Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Niels Brocks Gade 1
Copenhagen, 1574 Denmark

Reviews

Best and Worst Experience
cserafino23

Stayed at Nobis for business. I was met by very courteous and friendly staff. They made a tough check in process more palatable.

I knew my flight was not going to get me in on time. I called hotel to make them aware. However, no record of that when I checked in. I was given a sub-par room right off the lobby. There were stains on the desk and the gym equipment was out of order. All bad!

Nevertheless, the food is good. The bar is nice and the worker with me on the cancellation fee. Great location

Excellent
kanonkris

Wonderful hotel for a relaxing weekend. Big spacious rooms with high ceilings and huge old fashioned windows. Quiet. Comfortable beds and nice Byredo bathroom amenities. Nice and helpful staff. Would definitely come back. Would give 5 stars if breakfast was included.

Nice hotel but underwhelming rooms
PGM67

The Nobis hotel in Copenhaguen is a 5 star hotel. This is a fact.

It is a very impressive building with a spectacular staircase and common areas. Staff are young, smiling and nice.

Our room was a Deluxe (ie a medium range room). It was airy and light, and wifi worked well. However, it was not particularly large, the wardrobe is tiny, with only a top shelf and one bottom drawer.

I’d say the bathroom is no more than 6 square meters - it literally doesn’t fit 2 people. The toilet is within touching distance of the shower door and your knee nearly touches the basin area. Water from the shower alternates between cold and hot snaps.

The bathroom is definitely not 5 stars.

The worst part, though, was room maintenance. I have uploaded a picture of the desk top in our room. Incredibly, this is how it was - this is how it IS!

If you cannot keep a leather desk top in a reasonable state, then you should address the issue and find a working alternative - like by yesterday. Leaving a permanent mess for paying guests is, and should never be, an option. Much less when it is a 5 star hotel at 5 star rates.

I am amazed at even having to say this!