Nobis Hotel Shuttles
CPH airport hotel transfers
At the heart of downtown, the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen offers a historic neoclassical architecture that dates back to 1903 as well as modern accents that make the stay a perfect blend of then and now. One-of-a-kind rooms offer parquet floors and stylish modern accents that include steel-framed beds and chic chandeliers, while upgraded suites offer original wooden beams and large lounge areas. General on-site perks include free Wi-Fi and a stylish French-Nordic restaurant that offers fine dining with a view, while general relaxation comes in the form of an all-marble spa home to a deluxe step-in tub and wood-slatted sauna. And although shuttles to Copenhagen Airport are not provided by the hotel, public transportation can easily be taken advantage of with walking-distance access to Central Station as well as The Royal Library (Copenhagen Harbor) Ferry Terminal departures toward various riverside landmarks.
Close to the hotel is the nearby Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, home to an array of 19th-century artwork that spans from the French to the Danish, while a bit further west are the antique amusement park rides of Tivoli. Other popular exhibits can be found surrounding The Garden of the Royal Library, which includes interesting takes on history at the Danish Jewish Museum as well as rows of red coat jackets at the Tøjhus Museum’s vast arsenal collection. Those in search of a romantic getaway should head over to The Royal Stables for a look at historic carriages and award-winning stallions, afterward considering various popular restaurants that surround the area such as Halifax Frederiksborggade handmade hamburgers and rustic-chic Scandinavian eats at Høst. And of course, no evening could be topped off without the help of entertainment venues ranging from the late-night slots at Casino Copenhagen to music in an industrial warehouse space at Pumpehuset.
Fall in love with what the day has to offer by getting to know what’s close, whether that means discovering an array of international fine art from Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek or going on a tour through storied mansion rooms that showcase the growing evolution of Denmark’s culture at the National Museum of Denmark. Another great way to get to know the area is through Tivoli Gardens, a vintage amusement parks famous for its antique rollercoasters and historic in-park restaurants perfect for spending the afternoon in one place - especially popular eateries in the theme park include atrium-lit eats at Søcafeen as well as the rustic 1874 space within Restaurant Grøften. Events are often hosted at the nearby DAC (Danish Architecture Center) as well as the Øksnehallen conference venue, each making the art of networking an especially easy thing to get mixed up in, while easy escapes can be had with nearby getaways like The King’s Garden just around the corner.