Nimb Boutique Hotel Kopenhagen
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1577 Kopenhagen V
Luxury hotel description
Adventure is ever present in Nimb‘s 17 uniquely decorated suites. An exclusive boutique hotel like no other in the world and yet homely, intimate and magnificent all at the same time, where you will dream of staying at the end of your day.
Enjoy live music concerts from Tivoli’s open air stage every Friday during the summer season (April to September) from 10pm till 11pm.
Rooms & Suites
Nimb Hotel offers 17 unique and individually decorated rooms from 23 - 240m², of which 12 are suites. They are all designed with attention to the smallest detail to make you as a guest feel at home. Antiques, linen from Geismar, B&O BeoVision 10 TV, BeoSound 8 iPod docking station and BeoCom 5 telephone. All the rooms, except three, also have open fireplaces with birch wood and large bathrooms with luxury bath products as an additional part of the experience. The pictures on the wall are also worth studying, all are handpicked for each room and thoughtfully placed. The rooms, except one, overlook the charming Tivoli Gardens.
Double room / 24m2
Deluxe guestroom / 33m2
Junior Suite / 45m2
Junior Suite / 51m2 /Private balcony facing Tivoli Gardens
Suite / 60m2
Executive Suite / 133m2 / Private balcony facing Tivoli Gardens
Junior Balcony Suite
Features 180x200cm four-poster King-bed, open lounge area and workspace. Bang & Olufsen mod cons, Nespresso Coffee Machine and complimentary Wifi provide for the perfect comfort. A freestanding bathtub and rainfall shower are presented in the bathroom. Your private balcony commands a unique view of Tivoli gardens.
The Nimb is entirely a non-smoking property with a ‘no smoking’ policy in place throughout the entire hotel. Smoking is permitted outdoors and there is a designated area below the Brasserie terrace facing Tivoli Gardens.
• Fireplace (except room #14, #15 & #16)
• Bath (except room #14)
• Double sink (except room #14)
• Make-up mirror
• AESOP bath products
• View over Tivoli (except room #14)
• Free access to Tivoli during opening hours
• Nimb bicycles, Danish designed and handmade from Velorbis
• Ironing board & iron
• Newspapers on request
• Free WiFi
• B&O BeoVision 10 TV
• B&O BeoCom 5 telephone
• B&O BeoSound 8 iPod docking station
• iPad can be borrowed from reception
• Express laundry service
• Cots available
• 24 hour reception
• Wake-up calls
• Copy & fax service
• Delivery service
• Room service
• Wine bar
• Meeting facilities
• Butler service
• Valet parking
Dogs are of course welcome
We are delighted to welcome small four legged friends (maximum 20kg) at Nimb and we will happily take your dog for a walk while you settle in to the hotel.
Please advise us at the time of booking, if you will be bringing your dog, so that we can have everything ready for your arrival.
The Nimb family and 100 years of gastronomic tradition in excellence.
In 1909, in connection with the opening of the newly built Moorish-inspired palace in Tivoli, Nimb opened as a “Bazaar” with exhibitions of arts and crafts. Tenants William and Louise Nimb had established themselves as two of the city‘s leading gastronomic contractors and had already taken over their first Tivoli restaurant in 1877, namely DIVAN 2 at Tivoli Lake, which quickly came to be popularly known as ’Nimb‘s Terrasse’. When DIVAN 2 once again became part of Nimb in 2011, the establishment changed its to name simply to Nimb Terrasse.
The 1870s was a time of rapid development, also on the gastronomic front. Modest Danish rye bread developed into open sandwiches, and DIVAN 2 was the first restaurant that introduced the open sandwich form. After opening in 1909, the Nimb restaurant rapidly established itself as a leading eatery. Louise Nimb made sure that her daughters, Henriette and Serina, took an active part in the family business. Henriette was chef and Serina was matron and made sure that the house was in order. In the 1920s, young partygoers became fast fixtures at Nimb, and in 1930 the Danish National Broadcasting Company made Nimb famous across the country with live broadcasts of contemporary dance music.
Rates on request