Bergen’s Opus XVI occupies the Banco Rotto, built for the city’s largest bank in 1876. Its brick façade and distinctive architecture makes this a well-known landmark. Architect Herman Schirmer created an imposing space with granite walls and Ionic columns. Schak Bull, cousin of Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, who incidentally also designed his relative’s home, extended it in 1918. Today, Grieg’s relatives, who extend a warm welcome to all guests and pride themselves on providing the highest standards of service and hospitality, manage the luxury boutique hotel. Its 65 rooms and suites are classical yet feel modern; some have views towards Mount Fløyen while others overlook the quiet plaza of Vågsallmenningen.
In the restaurant and café, gain an insight into Grieg’s life and travels, as well as learn about his friendships with playwright Henrik Ibsen and composer Franz Liszt. But above all enjoy the wonderful cuisine, with an emphasis on freshly caught seafood and local produce.
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