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Situated 14 km from the city centre, on rv 580. 8 apartments, 8 cabins, 35 places for tents/caravans. Modern sanitary block.
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.
Krabbevika is a hideaway holiday home just fifty meters from the sea, atop a cliff, with stunning views across the ocean. The cabin, which is close to Bergen, has a west-facing terrace, perfect for barbecuing the day's fishing catch and watching the sun set over the ocean.
Hotel Hordaheimen is a city centre hotel located in a quiet, peaceful street in the heart of Bergen. Bergen's little rainbow! We are particularly renowned for our traditional home-cooked Norwegian cuisine. A modern hotel with tradition.
olstrand Hotel is situated right by the fjord only 30 km south of Bergen and the airport. This unique location right by the Bjørnefjord, an arm of the Hardangerfjord, is as beautiful and serene as it is convenient.
A first-class hotel in classical style in the heart of Bergen. The hotel is perfectly located for business travelers and people who want to experience a city break.
Beautifully located on the west coast of Norway, Bergen is the region’s capital as well as the gateway to the fjords. As one of the oldest towns in the...
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.
Furnished and well equipped, high standard apartments, located in the city centre.
Its elegant classical style gives the hotel a special atmosphere. The hotel enjoys a central location opposite the railway station and main bus station in Bergen, and has been a natural stopover in Bergen since 1928.