Nimb Hotel Reviews; Copenhagen, Denmark
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Nimb Hotel, Copenhagen

Bernstorffsgade 5, 1577 Copenhagen, Denmark, Denmark
Nimb Hotel Review
 
5 Star Rating
12 February 2019Nimb Hotel
Tags: Copenhagen, Denmark, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £459 per night
 

Nimb Hotel in Copenhagen is rather breathtaking, with its palatial facade, it is reminiscent of something out of a fairytale. It’s location is also quite notable, being part of the famous Tivoli Gardens, making it not only a beautiful location but also the perfect base from which to explore central Copenhagen. The hotel faces the gardens, so the majority of the rooms offer stunning views over the gardens. During our stay in February, we were lucky enough to experience the view during the winter season, which meant the entire place was covered in fairy lights along with an ice skating rink. It was pure magic, and we felt as though we were experiencing Christmas all over again.

We were greeted warmly as we arrived and were swiftly checked in and shown to our room - a Corner Suite. Our room was simply stunning and very large, being around 60 square meters in size. With a mix of classic and modern design, it was most intriguing. The real selling point of this suite however is the incredible view over the open-air stage of Tivoli Gardens. In terms of amenities, the suite boasts a flat screen television as well as a high spec Bang and Olufsen speaker. With a four poster bed taking center stage, it makes for a very romantic setting that is made all the more special with its open fireplace, which we made good use of.

The bathroom is complete with a Philippe Starck bathtub, his and her wash basins and a separate walk-in drench style shower. We must mention the abundance of wellness products found throughout the bathroom. The products were nothing short of luxurious, and we thoroughly enjoyed a face mask or two during our visit, along with their feet moisturising experience. This consisted of a bowl of hot water that was left in our suite during their evening turndown service, allowing us to soak our feet in warm water, following which you have the use of their Meraki foot cream along with moisturising socks. This is the perfect way to relax after a long day of exploring.

“It comes highly recommended by us as a fantastic option of accommodation to not only have a great time, but be ideally placed to enjoy this fabulous city.”

Another perk of staying at Nimb Hotel, is that you have free access to the park so there’s no need to purchase additional tickets. On top of that, you do not even need to walk to the main entrance of the park as you can enter through the rear entrance of the hotel at the touch of a button. Finally, it's worth noting that the hotel also lets you explore the park after hours during the evening, which is rather magnificent as there's not a soul in sight.

Nimb Hotel has a fantastic spa, offering a hammam and steam area as well as an array of treatments. There’s also a gym for those looking to keep fit during their stay. For food and drink options there is no shortage here. Nimb Hotel’s bar is a destination in its own right, being a huge hall with a roaring fire complete with an abundance of comfy sofas and armchairs. Guests can enjoy afternoon tea here along with a fine selection of wine and cocktails. For those looking to dine, the hotel has two restaurant by the name of Bar'n'Grill and Nimb Brasserie.

Lastly we must mention the rooftop, known as Nimb Roof. This is a very special space that offers an emerald green swimming pool with a built-in tide that makes for a really fun experience. You can also relax poolside, which also makes for a very nice spot indeed to enjoy a drink, complete with fantastic views.

We thoroughly enjoyed our trip to Nimb Hotel, and simply cannot wait to return. It comes highly recommended by us as a fantastic option of accommodation to not only have a great time, but be ideally placed to enjoy this fabulous city.

 
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