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Campervan parking available at Bergenshallen approx. 10 minutes from Bergen city center by Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen).
Gulen Dive Resort offer accommodation in 3 units. The different units have its own character, and we hope that you find something that fit for your sta...
The Arena House has 44 beds in a total of 10 bedrooms. The bedrooms har from 4 to 6 beds. You pay per room, not per person....
The hotel is conveniently located just a short walk from downtown, in an area that offers fjords and mountains in southwest Norway. The city's picturesque harbor and century old marketplace lets guests take in the city's history and charm, while stylish shops and restaurants give it a more contemporary style.
Scandic Ørnen opens in May 2014 and will be Bergen's newest and largest hotel with 368 spacious, bright and modern rooms. The hotel will be one of Bergen's largest conference hotels, and is located in the cultural axis with short distance to the Grieg Hall, Bergen Kunstmuseum and Bergen's new swimming facility.
This lakeside hotel in Stavanger offers premium accommodation in one of Norway's oldest cities. In addition to lovely views of the lake, the cityscape or the Ryfylke mountains, all 364 guest rooms feature Free high-speed, wireless Internet.
Welcome to an oasis of calm in the center of historic Bergen. The hotel is centrally located at the wharf in Bergen. Here you can stay in one of the city's most historic buildings, characterized by its long history and neo-baroque architecture.
Set against the varied natural beauty of Norway, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Ålesund offers breathtaking views of the fjord and nearby islands and a convenient location in the city centre. Guests can relax in comfort in one of 131 rooms with thoughtful amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet access, Super Breakfast Buffet and mini bar.
In an enviable location, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen offers elegant accommodation on the city's historic wharf of Bryggen. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Bryggen represents the region's past as a key player in the Hanseatic League's trade empire, retaining a traditional aesthetic of colourful wooden buildings and simplistic architecture.