With a façade taken from Arabian nights or a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, this elegant boutique hotel certainly brings magic dazzle to the Danish capital.
19th century Tivoli Gardens amusement park is on the hotel’s doorstep, and is all complete with Chinese pagodas, a boating lake with pirate ship as well as cherry trees strung with fairy lights.
The rooms all come with a sophisticated colour palate of soft browns, sleek blacks and off-whites, and are accented with dark wood paneling, elegant orchids, gleaming brass and richly patterned fabrics.
Bespoke furniture, decorative objects from Georg Jensen, porcelain from Royal Copenhagen and handpicked retro art pieces with bird motifs create captivating personal spaces full of charm and character.
All rooms are individually decorated, most of them with four-poster beds, and they are all really well equipped with Bang Olufsen TV’s and sound systems.
Bathrooms are exceptionally generous and elegant with deep pile towels and exclusive bath products from Meraki.
They do say that they strive to exceed expectations, and the fantastic team behind the concierge desk really seems to use magic in their efforts to make every wish come through, and always with a smile.
Nimb totally rewrites the rules of hotel dining with not less than five stunning venues offering distinctly different styles and menus. It’s a perfect blend from the more formal French style brasserie to more laid-back Fru Nimb, a classical smørrebrød restaurant, or Danish open-faced sandwich restaurant, with focus on the most well-known of Danish delicacies. The smørrebrød is an elegant canapé that comes with various toppings and is a beloved national treasure really worth trying.