From September you can stay at the Copenhagen Nobis Hotel, housed in the former building of the Royal Danish Music Conservatory.

Nordic to the power of 3

Take a Swedish hotel group, a Swedish architect and a location in Denmark’s design capital of Copenhagen – and you get a Hyggetempel.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 7/16/2017

In Copenhagen you have countless opportunities to experience Nordic design – in particular if you overnight in one of the countless well-designed hotels. And from September onwards they will be joined by the new Nobishotel in Copenhagen’s Vesterbro district.
To this end, the former “Royal Danish Conservatory for Music” building dating from 1903 was carefully converted under the watchful eye of the swedish architect Gert Wingårdh. A total of 5,500 square meters now house 77 rooms including four suites, a spa and fitness center, a bar and the “Niels” restaurant. However, the new hotel does not want to be overly Nordic-traditional: There is deliberately no sign of the traditional sweet decoration typical of Scandinavian interiors; the focus is instead on Danish classics and Nordic avant-garde. For the bedrooms, the choice thus fell on muted colors for the walls and restrained interiors, which thanks to the simple geometry are highly graphic and elegant in appearance. The furniture is combined with Scandinavian design classics, as an outstanding basis for ensuring word swiftly spreads by Instagram.  

A touch of nostalgia combined with modern lines and an interior of wood and light leather.
Cool base: Muted Colors were selected for the color scheme in the 77 rooms.
The solid wood furniture grounds the atmosphere in the room.
In the bathrooms fittings by Dornbracht were used.
In the bathrooms, minimalist furniture complement the marble slabs.