Copenhagen’s Nimb Hotel

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In the heart of Copenhagen, Nimb Hotel marks Small Luxury Hotels of the World’s debut in Denmark. The hotel is a Moorish-style palace with a Venetian marble façade that faces the city’s iconic Tivoli Gardens. Intimate Touch: The property has only 13 rooms and suites—but great things come in small packages. It also has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a cellar wine bar and even a dairy, which helps meet all the milk, cheese and butter requirements of the property (think oh-so fresh cups of coffee).

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Each room creates the ambiance of a private home, with open fireplaces and spacious bathrooms. Quite a few have four-poster beds for an extra romantic feel (pictured above, room No. 10, a Junior Suite, displays this touch). Top View: All rooms have views of the Tivoli Gardens, to which hotel guests have complimentary admission.

Foodies won’t be left in the lurch here. The Brasserie Nimb has a simple-yet-clever design, with three kitchens placed in the middle, allowing the chefs to demonstrate their skills. The seasonal menu contains simple and tasty food prepared from fresh local ingredients. Restaurant Herman, on the other hand, serves traditional Danish fare. Nimb Bar, with chandeliers and an open fireplace, has a cozy and comfortable ambiance, and serves everything from coffee to cocktails. Oenophiles might prefer Nimb Vinotek, which has a wide selection of wines (1,300 different bottles, to be exact) and tasty tapas.

Luxury travel advisors should contact Guest Relations Manager Julie von Sperling ([email protected]). She can organize activities such as shopping with a personal fashion advisor or a private film screening.

 

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