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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

4.0 Very Good 203 Reviews
Great boutique venue
ZZZZ10

Hotel is about a ten minute walk from the major shopping streets. Think it was converted from a school and the building itself is statuesque and attractive. We started with a superior room which was rather small so we upgraded to a junior suite which was small but adequate. The staff is very friendly and most helpful. If you are looking for a first class boutique hotel this is it.

Awesome all the way Around
jayhawks K

I stayed here for 5 nights while on business in Copenhagen. Hotel is great. Rooms very nice and big for this part of the World. Also, very quiet despite the Hotel being full. It is a nice boutique hotel. I had a street view room and never heard a sound. The breakfast at the Hotel in the morning was perfect. The exercise room does the job with a treadmill and some weights but the Wet Room is amazing . Great sauna and cold dip! Location is good. Right next to Tivoli Gardens, short walk to the Canal and main parts of the city. You could really walk wherever you wanted to go. Most importantly, the service was outstanding. Staff went out of their way to make us comfortable and to help us with all our needs for our business meetings as well as getting us reservations for dinner at night. We went back and forth whether to stay here or another Bonvoy property. I am so glad we chose the Nobis. Great place!

Classy Boutique Hotel Central Copenhagen
mhf1

The Nobis is a gem in central Copenhagen. The rooms are furnished in Danish modern and beautifully maintained. Every morning we saw an army of housekeepers at the ready. We stayed in a mini-suite which had a room for the commode separate from the bathroom which was a wonderful touch. The bathroom products were of high quality and there was a surfeit of towels for our usage.The breakfast buffet is very nice and includes espresso drinks if desired. the best part of the hotel is the staff. The couldn't have been more helpful or accommodating. They arranged for dinner reservations, booked a private walking tour of Copenhagen for us, and helped us sort out an item left in the taxi when we were at the airport waiting to board our plane home. Copenhagen is an expensive city but though.the dollar amount was not inexpensive it was a very good value. Would highly recommend the Nobis, and suggest splurging on a mini-suite.Also highly recommend a private walking tour of the city. We had Suzane as a guide arranged by the hotel and she was excellent and made the time spent much more valuable and informative than a self guided or group tour.