We stayed one night at Hotel Borg. The classic 1930s building is well maintained and renovations have retained the style of the era.
There is a bar to one side and rooms above are noisy.
Staff at breakfast and at reception were helpful.
We were charged Kr450 for a local call within the city, lasting no more than 3 mins. That was a unnecessary ripoff when such calls are gratis in other comparable establishments. That left a bad taste at the end of an otherwise enjoyable stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If ever Reykjavik's history could be contained in one building, Hotel Borg is a living, breathing time capsule that has only improved with age. Guests are surrounded by luxury in Art Deco that extends to every corner of the space and brings the past confidently into the present. Hotel Borg's 56 rooms go even further to create an individual experience for every guest. Custom-made furnishings employ three different kinds of wood and five distinct varieties of leather to capture the Art Deco style, interpreted with distinctive character in every room.Veneered parquet flooring and period globe lamps combine with radios, telephones and flat-screen televisions by Bang & Olufsen. Hastens beds in our Suite and Deluxe rooms provide a full range of modern comforts in a truly authentic atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Borg Hotel Reykjavík