Hotels and More in Bergen

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  • $163

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    Bergen Børs Hotel, Bergen
    9.0 Awesome 1,398 reviews
    Description Located in an old stock exchange building from 1862, Bergen Børs Hotel offers accommodations in central Bergen, 2297 feet from Bergen University.

    "We reallly loved everything about this hotel. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the hotel was very clean, the beds and pillows comfortable, the wifi fast, the room was spacious. We had a room right..."

    Maria. Spain
  • $107

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    Scandic Flesland Airport, Bergen

    Scandic Flesland Airport

    Ytrebygda, Bergen

    9.1 Awesome 637 reviews
    Description Located 1640 feet from the Bergen Airport, this hotel offers a free airport shuttle bus, as well as free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk and lobby shop. Central Bergen is 11 mi away.

    "The hotel was beautiful the food in the breakfast was very good and tasty , the place good for families with childrens"

    Inna. Israel
  • $198

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    Hotel No13, Bergen

    Hotel No13

    Bergen City Centre, Bergen

    9.0 Awesome 193 reviews
    Description With a central location on Bergen’s Torgalmenningen Square, this chic and stylish hotel offers rooms with free WiFi. The Bryggen UNESCO World Heritage site is just 1312 feet away.

    "Great location, very quiet, very cool decor, great service. I loved staying there! You could walk to all the great spots in Bergen (but bring your umbrella!). If you go left, there's the tourist..."

    GreekMom. United States of America
  • $176

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    Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen, Bergen

    Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen

    Bergen City Centre, Bergen

    9.3 Awesome 802 reviews
    Description Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz is located in central Bergen, just 328 feet from Bryggen Wharf. Fløibanen Furnicular is a 3-minute walk away. Free WiFi and free access to a fitness center are available.

    "The breakfast was amazing! Lots to choose from including fresh fruit. The light dinner meal was surprisingly filling. The room was comfortable and clean. There’s a heat wave and the hotel doesn’t have air conditioning, but a small fan was placed in my room to help with the heat. Thank you! Everyone was kind and helpful. Loved my stay!"

    Lonette. United Arab Emirates
  • $124

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    Comfort Hotel Bergen Airport, Bergen
    8.8 Excellent 1,116 reviews
    Description Located just a 2-minute walk from Bergen, Flesland Airport, this hotel is 11 mi from Bergen University. The town center is 11 mi away. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar.

    "Breakfast was excellent. 2 front attendants were super friendly and helpful. We arrived close to 12 midnight and the attendant even gave us 3 glasses of water - unheard of in the States haha! The morning..."

    R. Joel. United States of America
  • $104

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    Zander K Hotel, Bergen
    8.7 Excellent 3,593 reviews
    Description Located next to Bergen Train Station, Zander K Hotel offers designer hotel accommodations in Bergen, 0.7 mi from Bergen University.

    "Location couldn't be better. Very much close to train station, and the light tram stop is on the other side of the station that goes to and from airport as well as to city center (although it's..."

    FitriSanti. Switzerland
Bergen was highly rated for scenery by 433 guests from the United States! Bergen Travel Guide

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.’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.