Nobis Hotel Copenhagen
|Nobis Hotel Copenhagen|
The building before the hotel opened
|Address||Niels Brocks Gade 1, 1574 København V|
|Other dimensions||105 metres (length)|
The building was constructed for the Royal Danish Academy of Music in 1903. It was designed by Martin Borch who served as Royal Building Inspector from 1903 to 1923. The Royal Music Academy relocated to Radiohuset in 2008. The building was acquired by the Swedish property company Balder in 2015. The architectural firm AI was subsequently responsible for adapting it for use as a hotel. Nobis Hotel Copenhagen opened in 2017.
Wingårdhs has been in charge of interior design.
- "Hotelgæster i musikalske rammer". Licitationen (in Danish). Retrieved 19 December 2017.