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Denmark’s Nimb among best boutique hotels


“Fifty best boutique hotels in Europe” are listed
Copenhagen’s Nimb Hotel has been named among the 50 best boutique hotels in Europe, according to travel experts at the British newspaper the Telegraph.
“Located in the leafy Tivoli Gardens, the exterior of this ‘Arabian fantasy castle’ dating from 1909 features striking Taj Mahal-style turrets and lightbulbs that bring the place to life at night,” the article writes.
“Interiors are reassuringly Danish, with Douglas pinewood floors and Øland granite stonework. Rooms have a wonderfully hygge feel with open fires for cool summer evenings.”
Boutique hotels are “the catwalk models of the accommodation world”, Telegraph Travel states, “sleek, sexy, dressed to impress and Instagrammable at every turn”. It lists the best of them, with four or 45 bedrooms, their individual designs stimulating the senses.
Born almost 40 years ago when celebrity designer Anouska Hempel unveiled Blakes in London in 1978, boutique hotels really began in 1984 when Steve Rubell compared his New York hotel Morgan’s to a boutique.
These days, “you are as likely to find a yoga or cookery class, a library of interesting books, an all-day grazing menu or a curated cocktail as you are a chaise longue or chandelier that you are desperate to have at home”, the article says.


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