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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.
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...
Big camping with 29 cabins and 13 rooms. Electriciy for 45 caravans and area for 10 tents. Chemical toilet dumpingstation, playground, hiking trails, fast-food/kiosk and modern facilities for shower, wc, laundry and cooking, all handicap adapted.
Situated 14 km from the city centre, on rv 580. 8 apartments, 8 cabins, 35 places for tents/caravans. Modern sanitary block.
Bergen Ymca Hostel is located in the middle of Bergen city center, by the famous fish market, the Tourist Information and a few minutes to the beautiful old town of Bryggen.
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.
The Bergen region's newest conference hotel, situated on the edge of the North Sea on the island of Sotra. Wide range of activities, local food, modern facilities and great service.
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. Season from 01.06 until 31.08,. Online booking all year.
Harbour Apartments offer 24 flats from 35 m2 to 100 m2 of high standard, all with fully equipped kitchens, TV, luxury bathrooms, broadband (fee) and lifts to all floors. Many flats enjoy panorama views of the Byfjorden.