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Nimb Hotel

Nimb Hotel

Copenhagen, Denmark

A Moorish-style castle built in the early 1900s, today Hotel Nimb’s fanciful design seems like just another of the follies at the adjacent Tivoli Gardens. Its onion dome and minaret-style towers are reminiscent of a Victorian-era rendering of an Arabian Nights-inspired fairytale, especially when lit up with the thousands of dazzling white bulbs that echo those found at the storied pleasure garden next door.

The 38 classically style dove- and steel-grey rooms offer a more sedate atmosphere inside, with antique furniture, fireplaces, freestanding tubs and four-poster beds. But some small touches echo the exterior — a black-and-white striped lampshade, a carved wood screen with a geometric pattern, an arabesque arch over the window.

The hotel’s central location means it’s close to many restaurants, but you can also take advantage of the eight different eateries inside the hotel, including Cakenhaven, a Danish pastry house. A rooftop pool, well-equipped gym, hammam and relaxation area offer ample opportunities to unwind.

OUR RATING: Deluxe

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OUR OPINION:

We love Hotel Nimb for its over-the-top style, opulent rooms and indulgent service. While its central location near the popular Tivoli Gardens means you might hear some noise from certain rooms, your stay includes entry to the gardens.

Rooms

Each of the Nimb’s 38 rooms and suites has its own decor, but they all share a palette of moody grey and maroon, with dark-wood furnishings. The style is timeless, though the free-standing tubs are sculpturally modern. Rooms are all generously sized and have views over the Tivoli Gardens — admission is included for all guests. Many rooms also have a private balcony and most have fireplaces.

The room amenities include luxury bath products and indulgent robes and slippers, in addition to TVs and Wi-Fi.

Location

Right next to the Tivoli Gardens, the hotel is located in the heart of Copenhagen and is a short walk from many of the city’s main sights, including the National Museum of Denmark, Royal Theatre and Copenhagen City Hall.

Food and drink

  • Nimb Brasserie serves à la carte breakfast daily.
  • Crème Café offers breakfast, sandwiches, and pastries until 6pm.
  • The dinner menu at Gemyse focuses on fresh local vegetables and organic produce.
  • Nimb Brasserie serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner from its French menu.
  • Fru Nimb is a classic Danish open-faced sandwich restaurant, serving informal lunch and dinner.
  • Enjoy drinks, snacks and afternoon tea under crystal chandeliers at Nimb bar.
  • The Cakenhagen pastry shop and Mizzolis Italian restaurant are both located in the Tivoli Gardens, but can be accessed through the hotel.

Families

  • Connecting rooms, crib or extra bed all available upon request.
  • Admission and multi-ride tickets to Tivoli Gardens included in stay.
  • Children’s menu and child-friendly minibar.
  • Body care products and child-sized bathrobes.
  • Small gift for each child.
  • Hans Christian Anderson fairy-tale goodnight story.
  • Babysitting available.
  • Voucher to Rasmus Klump’s Pandekagehus (pancake house).

Facilities and activities

  • Hammam.
  • Outdoor rooftop pool.
  • Well-equipped gym.
  • Laundry service.

Accessibility

All rooms, except Suites 1, 2 and 3, are wheelchair accessible, and there’s a lift to all floors.

Tour ideas in Copenhagen

Our itineraries are there to spark ideas for how you could include a stay at Nimb Hotel as part of your trip. Treat them simply as suggestions, because every aspect of the trip we create for you will be yours to define.

Location & places nearby

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    Alternative places to stay nearby

    Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.

    Experiences while staying here

    The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.

    • Cooking class Smørrebrød
      Slicing rye bread

      Cooking class Smørrebrød

      Cooking class Smørrebrød

      Denmark’s signature dish is smørrebrød, open-faced sandwiches built on dark, chewy rye bread. Taking a class, in which you learn to make smørrebrød from a professional chef, can offer a glimpse into Danish culinary heritage, history and culture.

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    • Copenhagen bike tour
      Biker passing Copenhagen canal

      Copenhagen bike tour

      Copenhagen bike tour

      The best way to experience Copenhagen is like a local — on two wheels. This privately guided tour will lead you on a route that takes you past the Queen’s castle, through leafy parks, beside quiet canals, and along the renowned Bicycle Snake.

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    • Copenhagen harbour & canal tour
      Copenhagen canal

      Copenhagen harbour & canal tour

      Copenhagen harbour & canal tour

      Get a waterside view of the city on a private boat tour through Copenhagen’s canals. You’ll be able to relax as you glide past the city’s major sights, including the Amalienborg Royal Palace, and learn more about the city’s changing face.

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