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Famed Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh has reimagined the former site of the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music into Copenhagen's newest hotel. The Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is a 77-room property located between the city center and the Vesterbro neighborhood. The overall design of the hotel celebrates the building's heritage with a restoration of its grand staircase while accents of marble, copper, stone, and hard oak add a modern finish. 

Decorated in blue and green tones, the rooms feature high ceilings, high windows, and chevron-patterned wooden parquet floors. Furnishings are sourced from Carl Hansen & Søn and Kasthall and luxury bedmaker Duxiana ensure a good night's sleep. The bahtrooms are finished in Bardiglio Nuvolato marble and feature amenities by Byredo. 

The hotel will also be host to Niels, a new restaurant by Chef de Cuisine Jeppe Foldager, who has created a menu filled with a mix of traditional and modern Nordic dishes with a touch of French inspiration. The bar menu will also be Nordic inspired with classic cocktails that are crafted with local ingredients and Scandinavian spirits. 

Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
Niels Brocks Gade 1
Copenhagen 01574,

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