Much-lauded since its opening in 2008 amidst the lights and flowers of Copenhagen's Tivoli pleasure gardens, The Nimb is a breathtaking boutique hotel that feels more like a grand château. The impressive Moorish façade once adorned a turn-of-the-century bazaar, and in a sense that spirit still remains. After checking in, you'll pass the on-site dairy where you can sample its fine homemade yoghurt during breakfast; along with Danish chef Thomas Herman's Michelin-starred restaurant, Herman, with its magnificent views from the terrace. Later, sip a prohibition-era "Silk Stocking" or a Picon bière apéretif with the jet-set crowd at The Nimb’s cocktail bar, or taste a sample from their 1,200 bottle wine collection at the Vinotek wine bar. However, the Nimb is first and foremost a hotel and this is where the hotel truly impresses. Each of the hotel’s 13 guest rooms have been furnished with exquisite taste, artfully blending antique furniture with contemporary artworks throughout the hotel’s living spaces. The fireplace burns all year long, completing the feeling of the ultimate stylish home-away-from-home. And disillusioned travelers can take heart – no matter which room you book, you’ll enjoy a room with a view overlooking the Tivoli Gardens.