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Just a few meters away from the Tivoli Gardens is the Hotel Nobis. A historic space in which classicism coexists with a current design. A jewel at the service of tradition.

In the heart of the Danish capital, Nobis Hotel Copenhagen is the first establishment that the Nobis Hospitality group has opened outside of their native Sweden. It opened its doors in September 2017 in one of the first concrete buildings in the city. It was designed by the architect Martin Borch between 1903 and 1923, and for a time it housed the Royal Conservatory of Music of Denmark.

For the Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh, head of Wingårdhs Arkitektkontor, it was essential to respect its history. His studio was responsible for the renovation of the public spaces of the hotel and the 77 rooms and suites (one superior on the second floor and two in the last).

“The Danish classicism, of which this building is an example, is something special, since it is more sophisticated than in neighboring Sweden.” In the main space, we were delicate and respectful, highlighting every detail of the architecture and decoration of origin We add quality natural materials such as different marbles, stone, wood and glass, with a subtle color palette, accented with deep blue and green tones, “explains Gert Wingårdh.