Welcome to Hotel in Bergen
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This city combines the beauty of Northern landscapes with a beautiful architectural design, being thus one of the best places to visit in Norway.
All those eager to try new and exciting experiences will not be disappointed on coming here. Convenient accommodation, unique attractions and important cultural events organized around the place are now all waiting for you. Be ready then to discover Bergen yourselves.

Bergen Hotels List

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P-Hotels Bergen

Hotel in Bergen

This central hotel in Bergen is at close distance from such attractions as Bergen Museum, Grieg Hall or Mariakirken. Guests have at their disposal such amenities as complimentary breakfast, multilingual staff and concierge desk, among others. Coffee can be served in the hotel lobby.

Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen

Hotel in Bergen

Thon Hotel Bristol Bergen is conveniently located at short distance from such attractions as Hanseatic Museum, Mt Floyen, Fishmarket or Grieg Hall. Guests have at their disposal complimentary breakfast. The front desk is open 24 hours a day and there is easy access to the internet.

Thon Hotel Bergen Brygge

Hotel in Bergen

This central hotel in Bergen is located at very short distance from Bryggens Museum, Hanseatic Museum, Mt Floyen or Mariakirken. There is ensured complimentary buffet breakfast and surcharge guest parking. There is a fitness facility at close distance from the hotel.

First Hotel Marin

Hotel in Bergen

This hotel is not far from Grieg Hall and Mariakirken. Restaurant, bar/lounge, café, plus limited hour room service are there offered. Fitness facility, steam room and sauna are for recreation. Event space with banquet facilities and a modern business center add to these.

Grand Terminus

Hotel in Bergen

Not far from Bergen Art Museum or Grieg Hall, this hotel offers such facilities as restaurant, bar/lounge, brasserie, garden and multilingual staff. Complimentary bicycles, sauna, fitness facility are for recreation. Small meeting rooms, audio-visual equipment, event space with ballroom, exhibit space, plus banquet facilities are added.

Best Western Hotell Hordaheimen

Hotel in Bergen

Best Western Hotell Hordaheimen is a convenient hotel in central Bergen, at convenient distance from Mt Floyen, Hanseatic Museum, Grieg Hall, Bryggen and Mariakirken. Complimentary buffet breakfast is ensured for the property guests. Coffee is served in the hotel lobby.

Rica Hotel Bergen

Hotel in Bergen

Rica hotel is at very convenient distance from such central attractions as Mt Floyen, Bergen Museum, Hanseatic Museum or Grieg Hall. Restaurant, bar/lounge, laundry facilities, multilingual staff are some facilities. The event space has conference rooms and small meeting rooms.

Bergen Travel Hotel

Hotel in Bergen

Bergen Travel Hotel is not far from Mariakirken, Bergen Museum, Hanseatic Museum or Grieg Hall. Bar/lounge, laundry facilities, garden, 24 hour available front desk are all offered. Complimentary newspapers can be found in the lobby and complimentary breakfast is also there.

About Bergen

Bergen is the second city in Norway in terms of population, being situated in the county of Hordaland. Its name is translated approximately as “the meadow among the mountains”, being derived from the Old Norse. The settlement is one of the most significant cultural centers and it is also the administrative centre of the county. Furthermore, the Port of Bergen is one of the largest European ports.

Bergen was founded as trading settlement during the 1020s and became the capital of Norway for a short period. Parts of the old city are still preserved, being mentioned on the World Heritage List. Nonetheless, throughout its history, the settlement was subject to numerous destructions and fires. The most significant such event was the fire in 1702 when about 90% of the city buildings were burned down.

Today the residential areas are a mixture of apartment buildings and single-family homes. Most surviving old constructions are rebuilt. The most significant area in this respect is Bryggen, which is almost entirely rebuilt in medieval style. Few original buildings have remained, of which St Mary’s Church, dating back to the 12th century, is definitely worth mentioning.

The city has 8 boroughs and its neighborhoods are scarcely populated. There are about 88.8% ethnic Norwegians residing in Bergen, but the immigrant population has increased significantly ever since the 1970s and is still growing. As this settlement is an important cultural centre as well, it is one of Norway’s major attractions. Hotel in Bergen is now ready to be your guide to this part of Europe.