Opus XVI Hotel, Bergen

Music is never far away when you stay at the aptly named Opus XVI. The now-trendy former bank is owned by the descendants of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, famous for his work on Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.

Music is never far away when you stay at the aptly named Opus XVI. The now-trendy former bank is owned by the descendants of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, famous for his work on Ibsen’s Peer Gynt.

Here you will find 65 rooms and suites christened in honour of his compositions. Each of the suites are individually designed with modern interiors, and a subtle classic touch. The décor consists of muted colours, dark cabinetry and gold accents. Some rooms enjoy views towards Mount Fløyen while others look down over the quiet plaza of Vågsallmenningen.

Close to the coast, you can expect inventive seafood dishes in the delightful Restaurant XVI. The chef and his team are passionate about local ingredients and create a three- and five-course menu which includes everything from langoustine and monkfish to goats’ cheese.

Just a short walk from this heritage hotel guests can find the famous fish market, the bustling pier and the Fløibanen funicular which travels high above the city and shows why Bergen is known as the ‘capital of the fjords’.

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