Denmark: NH Collection Copenhagen has opened in the Christianshavn district of the capital, marking the first property from NH Hotel Group in Scandinavia.
NH Collection Copenhagen offers 394 rooms and suits, two restaurants, a bar and lounge area, and seven flexible meeting rooms for small to large scale events.
Originally designed by architect Palle Suenson in 1962, the building’s facade has been renovated and developed by ATP Ejendomme, Arkitema Architects, and Henning Larsen Architects.
Danish artist Anna Bak has created a large installation of wood and brass that’s featured in the lobby. It reflects the property’s maritime history as a former administration building for the shipyard B&W.
Interiors have been overseen by Swedish design firm Krook & Tjader with touches by Spanish studio TBC.
As part of the hotel’s sustainability commitments, there is a green sedum roof, use of seawater to cool the building, control of light and indoor climate, as well as the inclusion of sustainable materials where possible.
The hotel’s main restaurant, Tablafina, combines Spanish tapas with local ingredients. Tablafina also offers a wine bar.
A fitness and relaxation room, along with bicycle rental, is also available for guests.
NH Collection is an upper-upscale brand by NH Hotel Group. In total, the company operates over 350 hotels. Following the integration with Minor Hotels, both groups together have a portfolio of over 500 hotels across eight brands.