Nimb Hotel is a charming boutique hotel located in Copenhagen’s famous Tivoli Gardens. The hotel’s location is close to the city’s tourist attractions and business district.
The hotel is relatively new having opened its doors in May 2008. It is housed in a stunning Moorish-style building. From the outside, the hotel is an imposing and intimidating structure, a sight to behold. Inside, guests are treated like royalty by the hotel staff. Attention to detail, dedicated staff combined with comfort and convenience make for an unforgettable experience.
Nimb Hotel has 14 guestrooms. Guests can choose from 4 room categories: Double Room, Deluxe Guest Room, Junior Suite and Suite. All guestrooms, except for Room No. 14, are furnished with antique furniture, four-poster bed and a fireplace and have a view of the Tivoli Garden. Bathroom has a double sink, separate shower and bathtub, luxurious bath products and bathrobes. All rooms have free wireless Internet connection, TV, iPod docking station and telephone.
The hotel’s Restaurant Herman is a Michelin-starred restaurant headed by Chef Thomas Herman. The restaurant is open for lunch from 12pm to 1:30pm, Monday to Friday and dinner from 6pm to 12mn, Monday to Saturday. It is closed on Sundays.
Nimb Brasserie is a Scandinavian brasserie serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner and weekend brunch.
Nimb Bar ‘n’ Grill offers various grilled foods from seafood to steaks. A bar is also located inside the restaurant that offers wines and cocktails. Opening hours: Monday to Thursday, 5pm to 1am; Saturday and Sunday from 5pm to 2am.
Nimb Terrasse is a French-inspired bistro situated inside the Tivoli Gardens. Terrasse is open for exclusive meetings and social events. Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 12pm to 4pm for lunch and Monday to Sunday from 5:30pm to 11pm for dinner.
While staying at Nimb Hotel guests can visit the following nearby attractions:
- The National Museum: Denmark’s museum of cultural history
- The Glyptotek: Museum of ancient and modern art
- Christiansborg Castle: Danish parliament building
- Amalienborg Castle: formal home of Queen Magrethe II
- Rosenberg Castle: this castle holds the Crown Jewels
- Nyhavn: historic passage with restaurants and pubs
- Stroget: the main shopping street and the longest shopping street in Europe