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  • This hotel is perfect! It's close to everything, quite clean, modern and stylish. It definitely had all the basics that I'd need while traveling. Great bang for my buck, that's for sure--especially given how expensive Bergen is. Note: because of other reviews, my friend and I requested a higher floor and were put on the top floor of this hotel (5th fl). We didn't really hear much from the club/bar that's just below the hotel. Judging by other reviews, the first few floors is where you can hear a lot from outside.

    Merna, Group from Canada
  • The cheapest or almost cheapest hotel in Bergen. I liked the breakfast and the WiFi, a nice view from the top. You share everything with everyone but it is suppose to be like this - hostel. It's not a cheapest hostel but Norway is expensive in general.

    Fridel, Solo traveler from Israel
  • While I was on holidays in Norway I broke my ankle. We were near Alesund. We had to return to Ireland early. We were flying out of Bergen . Our first two nights on Norway, we stayed in the Grand Terminus in Bergen. It was wonderful. We had planned to stay another night on our way back. Due to the accident we had to return home early. I rang the hotel and they change our booking allowing us to stay the night before we travelled home. The hotel did not charge us extra. They were very helpful during our second stay.

    Mary, Mature couple from Ireland
  • Very good location for anyone who come from oslo train or bergen airport to connect norway in a nutshell trip.Trainstation and bus stop is very close.Breakfast is ok.But for world heritage site and main attraction include funicular,you should walk about 1 km from hotel.However, nice scene during the way!

    บู, Solo traveler from Thailand
  • It's the best value for money hotel if you want to stay in Bergen for one night or two before or after Norway in a nutshell. The hotel provides you with all you need as budget traveler. Its location is very close to train station and bus stop from the airport....If you are getting nervous with self-check in machine (esp. to PIN-related credit/debit card transaction), it is better to arrive on check-in hours because there's no staff will help you outside the check-in hours...

    Widya, Mature couple from Indonesia

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Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Good 7.9 The staff friendly and very helpful. Breakfast very good.
First Hotel Marin Good 7.7 Two completely separate rooms with each having their own bathroom. A nice sitting area, absolutely tremendous breakfasts, couldn't have asked for anything more.
Ole Bull Hotel & Apartments Good 7.5 Ole Bulls was the perfect solution for a short stay in Bergen. It is in a nice location near the Flybussen bus stop and about 10 mins from the railway station. The breakfast was excellent and available from 06.30, a great help for an early departure.
Best Western Hotel Hordaheimen Good 7.9 I don't know what to say but it was a perfect place for me. :) Staff were helpful and friendly. Facilities were find. Cleanliness was amazing. Comfort was perfect. Value for money, oh yes! Location, couldn't be better and breakfast was what I called 'heaven on earth' :)
Det Hanseatiske Hotel Excellent 8.8 Great location in a historic, convenient part of town, very friendly staff, delicious breakfast, lots of character. Restaurant/bar downstairs was happening on a Saturday night (but not so that you could hear from your room) ;)
P-Hotels Bergen Pleasant 6.6 The central location.... Nice guy on reception..... Loud music...but we were young once...... Basic breakfast but okay to start the day...delivered to your room... Would recommend.... Shower was great and underfloor heating.(good for drying jackets and shoes after rain showers.
Scandic Byparken (formerly Rica Hotel Bergen) Good 7.8 The best and largest breakfast selection of any B&B or hotel that we have ever seen.
Augustin Hotel Very good 8 best breakfast buffet in years
Grand Terminus Very good 8.1 We chose this hotel because it was close to the railway, literally across the road. The hotel dates back to I think 1928 so has plenty of character. It is also not too far to walk to all the sights. We had both breakfast and dinner at the hotel, both very good.
Hotel Park Bergen Excellent 8.6 Breakfast - Fantastic Staff - Exceptional Cleanliness - Outstanding Comfort - Incredible
Steens Hotel Good 7.9 Lovely old property with great character and very helpful staff.
Citybox Good 7 Last year I stayed in citybox @ Oslo, this time at Bergen. The stay was very pleasant.
Marken Guesthouse Good 7.7 Friendly staff Central location Kitchen facilities Clean room Good heating Good price for Norway
Basic Hotel Bergen Good 7.6 The receptionist was super friendly and took the time to explain what to do in Bergen The hotel is centrally located The room was very nice, clean, quite, and we loved the pillows!! There is coffee/cappuccino/hotel chocolate available for 10 nok only on second floor
Scandic Ørnen Very good 8.3 Next to train and bus stations. Short walk to everything. Very good breakfast.

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    Picture-Postcard Norway

    Gateway to the western fjords, Bergen is a picture-perfect postcard of Norway at its best. Colorful, wooden houses in UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bryggen contrast wonderfully with the lush greenery of the surrounding Seven Mountains.

    For fantastic views of Norway’s 2nd largest city, hop on the cable car to Ulriken Mountain. Alternatively, hike or take the funicular railway up to Fløyen Mountain. With beaches sheltered from the North Sea by islands, Bergen is Norway’s busiest port and a popular starting point for fjord cruises and deep sea fishing.

    The fish market in the narrow streets of the historic centre is a popular attraction, while just north is 12th-century St Mary’s Church. Around 1,000 years younger is Bergenhus, one of Norway’s best-preserved forts. Further north is Gamle Bergen, a reconstructed wooden village offering insight into the past.

    Cobbled Strandgaten street and Lagunen Storsenter shopping center are just some shopping options, but items aren’t cheap. As you wander around the city look for work by Dolk, Norway’s best-known street artist. Other cultural attractions include many museums and a good music scene ranging from classic to indie.

    Booking.com’s range of Bergen accommodation extends out towards Bergen Airport in Flesland, the departure point for many workers on the offshore oil and gas rigs.

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