Located by the entrance to the magical Tivoli Gardens, the Nimb is a boutique hotel characterised by impeccable style and service. The hotel first opened in 1909 in connection with the opening of the newly built Moorish palace in Tivoli Gardens, and was originally a bazaar with exhibitions of arts and crafts.
There are 17 rooms, beautifully styled with rich fabrics, antique furnishings and artwork chosen specifically for each one. Most of the rooms come with open fireplaces that crackle in winter and all but one enjoy views out across the gardens.
When it comes to eating and drinking, guests are spoiled for choice. Enjoy steak and seafood at the informal Bar ‘n’ Grill or sophisticated French-inspired cuisine at the brasserie. Further into the gardens you’ll find Fru Nimb serving classic Danish open sandwiches and the Nimb Terasse serving simple but delicious food.
Head to the bar and enjoy a tipple in what has to be one of the finest settings. It is located in the former ballroom and features a six-foot fireplace and the original chandeliers from its 1909 opening. During the day it serves afternoon tea and great coffee, but come five o’clock the bar comes alive and you can enjoy some of the finest cocktails Copenhagen has to offer.
Oenophiles will want to head to the Vinotek, an underground Aladin’s cave of wine with over 1000 labels. Enjoy discovering this epic collection with the somelier and pair your favourite glasses with delicious rustic food prepared by the chef.