It’s time to get back to work and to our daily life commitments after the Christmas break and avoiding getting a bit depressed is not always easy. My secret to face this moment at best? Having already booked a weekend off in some weeks, in order to have a mini vacation to wait for. We will be going three days to Prague at the beginning of March, it’s the birthday present for Ricardo. And you? Where would you like to go? I you haven’t planned anything yet, why not thinking about a couple of nights in this beautiful hotel in Copenhagen (a must visit city if you love design)?
After the success story of the Nobis hotel in Stockholm, there is a new Nobis hotel in Copenhagen.
Opened recently, the hotel offers 77 rooms and 3 suites in a 1903 building that once housed the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music. The renovation was oversaw by the Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh and his team at Wingårdh Arkitekter. They decided to keep the historical elements of the building such as the grand staircase, the high ceilings and the opulent decorations but adding some touches of modernity. They added some modern elements such as furniture by Swedish and Danish brands (such as classic furnishings by Carl Hansen & Søn), marble and concrete, and a palette of blue, green and gray.
And shall we talk about the magnificent suite with blue walls? I love the contrast between the historical elements of the building and the minimal design furnishing and I appreciate a lot the combination of the color used on the walls, the pure white of the moldings and the wooden chevron-patterned flooring.
Do you like it?
If you are interested in other hotels in Copenhagen, have a look at my article about the Vipp hotel.