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Hotel Borg by Keahotels vs Fosshotel Reykjavik

Both Hotel Borg by Keahotels and Fosshotel Reykjavik are highly recommended by expert writers. Overall, Hotel Borg by Keahotels ranks significantly higher than Fosshotel Reykjavik. Hotel Borg by Keahotels scores 95 with accolades from 9 publications such as Oyster, Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure.

Hotel Borg by Keahotels
9 / 10
Posthusstraeti 11, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
From $97 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Fodor's
"In contrast to the ultra-modern glass and chrome architecture around Reykjavík, the Borg—the city's oldest hotel—is pure 1930's art deco." Full review
Jetsetter
"A slice of 1930s Art Deco glamour and old-school elegance in downtown Reykjavik." Full review
Lonely Planet
Top Choice
"Super-smart beige, black, and cream decor, parquet floors, leather headboards and flatscreen Bang & Olufsen TVs are now standard throughout, lending the hotel an elegant (if rather masculine) feel." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Steps from the National Cathedral and City Hall, this 1930's Art Deco hotel was restored to its original splendor in 2006." Full review
Star Service
"Situated on historic Asuturvollur Square, next door to Reykjavik's cathedral and the national Parliament building, this much-beloved hotel is a few minutes' walk from the major shopping." Full review
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Fosshotel Reykjavik
7 / 10
Porunnartun 1 | Höfdatorg, Reykjavik 105, Iceland
From $147 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Laundry Service
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Star Service
"The Fosshotel Reykjavik is easy to spot: In a cityscape of low buildings, it soars to the sky, with 16 floors" Full review
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Ask for a room facing the harbor and the mountains.
Fodor's
"This mammoth new hotel in the business district of Reykjavík has spectacular views and huge common areas." Full review
The Telegraph
8.0
"This four-star hotel is the largest in Iceland, with 320 rooms." Full review
Lonely Planet
"This 320-room behemoth is one of the new breed of high-rise hotels, especially centred around the Tün neighbourhood east of the city centre." Full review

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