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Bergen

Scandic Ornen

Scandic Ornen opened in May 2014 and is Bergen's newest and largest hotel with 368 spacious, bright and modern rooms.

Bergen

Bergen Montana Youth and Family Hostel

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...

Kokstad

Scandic Bergen Airport

Situated in a rural location 2 km from Bergen Airport and 15 km from the city centre of Bergen. The hotel has 10 bright, modern meeting rooms.

Haukeland

Lone Camping AS

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.

Bergen

Scandic Byparken

Centrally located in the heart of Bergen. Short walk to Torgallmenningen, Grieg Hall, shopping and attractions. Evening buffet NOK 150 Monday to Saturday.

Bergen

Comfort Hotel Holberg

The times you enjoy the most is often when things are casual, funny, easy, flexible and reasonable. Like at Comfort Hotel Holberg!

Bergen

P-Hotels Bergen

A small hotel within walking distance of Bergen's many sights. All rooms have shower and cable TV.
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Bergen

Scandic Ørnen

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.
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Bergen

Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret

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.
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