Sunday, 9 April 2017

How to Choose a Bergen Hotel

Bergen is a world-famous town with rich history and peculiar charm. A simple walk along its ancient streets is an unforgettable experience. Here people lived and worked for centuries. Here small houses cuddle up to each other, cobbled streets go sharply up, and every alley is covered with flowers.

How to Choose a Bergen Hotel

Many of Bergen hotels (there are approximately 40 of them) are located in popular tourist places like near the Fish Market, the Hansa Quay, or Bryggen, as well as next to large shopping centers. You will find several hotels not far from Flesland, Bergen Airport.

Moreover, Bergen offers a vast chain of guest houses and B&Bs (Bed & Breakfast). Another option is to rent an apartment. You may find quite affordable offers, however you will have to take care of food and cleaning up. The choice us huge and ranges from traditional wooden houses to modern apartments.

How to Choose a Bergen Hotel

You can find many hostels as well – for youth and for families. If you are an adventurer, try to stay at a camping. You will not even have to move far from the city center – campings are everywhere here. Buy a Bergen Card, and you will be able to take public transport free of charge. You can book your Bergen Card in advance and pick it up at the Tourist Information in Bergen.

BEST BERGEN HOTELS WITH WEBSITES 

Augustin Hotel

Augustin Hotel enjoys a central location, close to Bergen's express boat terminal, with excellent shopping and all the city’s attractions right on its doorstep. A popular hotel with a relaxed atmosphere and outstanding service.

Hotel Bergen

Augustin Hotel is Bergen’s oldest family-run hotel, and has been in the same family for four generations. With its friendly, intimate atmosphere and wonderful blend of traditional style and modern design, it is a popular place to stay. A vast collection of Norwegian contemporary art decorates the rooms, restaurants, and public areas.

Steen’s Hotel 

Steen’s Hotel was originally a mansion built in 1890. Much of the original interior has been preserved. Most special is the dining room with oak paneling and original wallpaper intact.

Hotel Bergen

Steen family has owned and operated the hotel since 1950. Today it offers 21 rooms all with private bathroom, telephone, cable TV and wireless internet free of charge. Most rooms overlook the park. Short walking distance to the train and bus station and city center. The hotel’s reasonable rates include a good breakfast.

Hotel Park 

Hotel Park is a family owned hotel where the modern and the traditional come together beneath sparkling chandeliers. Fantastic antiques and treasures contrast with modern art on the walls. Hotel Park is a member of the prestigious Historic Hotels and Restaurants Association.

Hotel Bergen

Both of its buildings are superior examples of 19th century Bergen architecture and history. The main building was finished in 1890 as the home of one of the prominent merchant families in Bergen. The second building was finished in 1880.

Marken Guesthouse

Marken Guesthouse is an excellent base for exploring the city of Bergen. The hostel is stylish and modern, centrally located, safe and affordable. It offers accommodation for everyone from corporate clients, families and backpackers. Also suitable for school classes, sports teams and groups.

Hotel Bergen

Marken Guesthouse is proud to have won the award for the year’s best Hostel / Youth Hostel several times by Hostelworld.com. The rating includes the following criteria: character, security, location, staff, atmosphere and cleanness.

Skansen Pensjonat 

Skansen Pensjonat ("pensjonat" means guesthouse or pension) was built around 1865 and established as a pension in 1918. You will find this pension in the very center of Bergen, close to the Funicular Building.

Hotel Bergen

You can easily walk down to the Fish Market and Bryggen in two minutes. The pension is an old, small and charming house located in quiet and picturesque surroundings. Skansen Pensjonat has 8 rooms, containing 14 beds.


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