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The Telegraph, November 2017
"There is also a handsome, very comfortable new hotel, Bergen Bors, converted from the former stock exchange, with a spectacular suite on its top floor with views across the harbour (Bryggen is a five-minute walk away, as are components of KODE), fish market and Mount Fløyen, which rises 1,050ft above the town."
Frame, October 2017
"For a unique experience, guests can stay in the former stock exchange manager’s office, which has been converted into a suite."
Monocle, August 2017
"The quality of service and design is key to the group’s offerings."
The Spaces, August 2017
"Bergen Børs hotel is giving a second life to the Norwegian city’s former stock exchange, while retaining many of its historic features."
Breaking Travel News, August 2017
"The 127-bedroom hotel - with its timeless, neutral interiors, immaculate custom furnishings, and subtle nods to a grand and prestigious history - certainly lives up to this philosophy."
Hotel Design, August 2017
"But there’s nothing modest about its location. Occupying the upper floors of what was once the city’s stock exchange, Bergen Børs occupies a prime position in the Bergen streetscape."