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Klosterhagen Hotell are located in historical surroundings at Klosteret (“the Monastery”), centrally and quietly at Nordnes in the centre of Bergen. 15 comfortable rooms including a tasty breakfast. Modern conference rooms for meetings and lunches.
Lone Camping is the biggest campsite in Bergen. Beautifully situated a mere 25 minutes' drive from Bergen. We provide camper van/caravan pitches, tent pitches, a motel, cabins, canoe hire, TV-lounge, billiard table.
Skuteviken Guesthouse is located in a totally renovated wooden house. The modern and charming apartments have a living room, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom. Skuteviken Guesthouse also offers a wireless internet connection for guests.
Fjordslottet Hotell is a manorial hotell built in 1851, and is located only 45 minutes from Bergen city center in the village of Fotlandsvåg on the island Osterøy. In the best surroundings you will both find the proximity to the mountains and the fjords, and the opportunity to experience a truly different hotel experience.
Marken Gjestehus is centrally located and reasonably priced guesthouse, for travellers who want to spend their money on other things than sleeping! With its location in the city centre, its an excellent base to explore and enjoy a beautiful and historical city.
Klosteret 5 is situated in a cozy, old alley among old wooden houses on Nordnes, the peninsula that makes up part of downtown Bergen. Walking distance to all facilities. Parks, aquarium and swimmingpool nearby. Several good coffeeshops and resturants nearby. Open year round.
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel has recently undergone a total renovation with an investment of 300 million NOK. It has now become the largest conference hotel in Bergen. The hotel is tastefully decorated with a Nordic feel and is centrally located on the famous UNESCO listed Bryggen.
Basic Hotels are centrally located hotels that have what you need for a good night's sleep. We've made it as easy as possible, so you should have a good option when you want to stay smart and reasonable and is not dependent on full services.
This family owned hotel is situated in a building dating back to the late 1800s and is close to Nygårdsparken and Grieg Hallen. It also has an interest...
Scandic Ornen opened in May 2014 and is Bergen's newest and largest hotel with 368 spacious, bright and modern rooms.