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Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Located by the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen Wharf, 984 feet from the fish market, is Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen. This modernized hotel offers air conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi. great breakfast, excellent location

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8.1
Very Good
4,639 reviews
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$99
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Citybox Bergen

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Featuring self-service check-in, Citybox provides budget accommodations in central Bergen, just 1312 feet from Bergen Station. This hotel offers brightly decorated rooms with free WiFi access. Excellent location Nice room Nice service

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8.4
Very Good
6,120 reviews
Price from
$67
per night

Zander K Hotel

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Located next to Bergen Train Station, Zander K Hotel offers designer hotel accommodations in Bergen, 0.7 mi from Bergen University. Soap products, amenities and AMAZING breakfast buffet.

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8.4
Very Good
5,495 reviews
Price from
$111
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Bergen Børs Hotel

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Located in an old stock exchange building from 1862, Bergen Børs Hotel offers accommodations in central Bergen, 2297 feet from Bergen University. The staff was very helpful and friendly

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8.8
Excellent
2,609 reviews
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$148
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Augustin Hotel

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Located in central Bergen, a 5-minute walk from the Fish Market, Augustin Hotel; BW Signature Collection offers rooms with free Wi-Fi. Accommodation very decent, nothing special.

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7.8
Good
3,406 reviews
Price from
$118
per night

Hotel Norge by Scandic

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Hotel Norge by Scandic is located in central Bergen, just next to Byparken city park. Guests will find 3 floors of bars, lounge areas and restaurants. Everything was wonderful! We even had an unexpected upgrade when they learned we were celebrating an anniversary 🥰

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8.7
Excellent
1,835 reviews
Price from
$149
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Det Hanseatiske Hotel

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Det Hanseatiske Hotel is in a 16th-century building in the heart of Bergen, next door to the Hanseatic Museum. It features unique, rustic-style rooms decorated in dark, velvety colors and patterns. One of the best places I have stopped at in my entire life, the design and comfort is outstanding!

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8.4
Very Good
2,331 reviews
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$99
per night

Scandic Ørnen

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Offering a sky bar overlooking the mountains and Bergen, this Scandic hotel is located next to Bergen Train Station. Clean Good location Comfortable

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8.3
Very Good
3,272 reviews
Price from
$123
per night

Opus 16

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Housed in a historic building from 1876, Opus XVI, an Edvard Grieg Heritage Hotel, is a luxury hotel located in central Bergen featuring individually designed rooms and suites. Super amazing stay! Thanks for everyone here. Don't miss the breakfast;)

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9.2
Awesome
983 reviews
Price from
$213
per night

Scandic Torget Bergen

Hotel in Bergen City Centre, Bergen

Overlooking Vågen Fjord and Mount Fløyen, Scandic Torget Bergen is only 656 feet from the picturesque Bryggen wharf area in central Bergen. It offers free WiFi and a 24-hour lobby shop. Let’s start by talking about the breakfast buffet… OH MY GOD! I don’t know you but I personally love starting my day with a good breakfast, it gives me the right energy to go through the day and the breakfast served at the Scandic Torget Bergen was the best breakfast I’ve ever had (try the coconut yogurt with granola and berry compote, you won’t regret it!!). The hotel was extremely nice, the room was spacious and very pretty. We didn’t have a particular nice view, our window was on the inside of the building, but it didn’t really matter as we didn’t spend much time in the room anyway, plus the room itself was so pretty that we didn’t need to look outside the window. Me and my friend shared a double as having two or one bed doesn’t make much of a difference for us, but we were extremely surprised to find two duvets, which made it super cozy for us to sleep in. Overall I don’t have anything to complain about this place. I 100% recommend it to anyone who wants to spend time in Bergen and I’ll re book a room in here myself if I’ll happen to visit Bergen again.

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8.4
Very Good
1,194 reviews
Price from
$148
per night

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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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