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Where to Stay in Bergen – Hotels and Hostels
Bergen has a wide variety of hotels, hostels and b&bs catering for every need and budget.
Being one of the top tourist destinations in Norway it is recommended you book your hotel early, especially in the summer season.
Most hotels in Bergen are situated right in the middle of town, close to the famous fish market, Bryggen and Floibanen.
The town centre itself is easily covered on foot, so unless you’re desperate for ocean views any of the city centre hotels are good options location-wise.
If you are after that all important view, Clarion Hotel Admiral is your best bet. Be sure to specify you want a view of the harbour though.
There are also hotels by the airport, which lies approximately 12 miles south of the town centre.
For many, the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen is the main reason people visit Bergen. There are hotels situated in the Bryggen area, although none in the actual old buildings.
This waterfront hotel, right on the quay, offers high quality accommodation, three restaurants, a bar and nightclub, swimming pool and gym with sauna. Check rates.
With views over the famous fish market, Vaagen bay and the Floien Mountain, this hotel is truly in the middle of town.
The hotel boasts large suites with a sea view, a gym and sauna as well as a roof terrace for all guests where you can laze away a sunny day.
The hotel bar has also been rated as one of the top 5 bars in Norway. Check rates.
It is worth comparing prices of all the hotels in Bergen. Often you’ll find that the more luxurious options have a campaign or a deal, making them cheaper than many of the mid-range hotels.
There are several hotels on offer in Bergen in this price range. Room prices range from about £60 - £100 per night, but there are often campaigns if you book early and out of season.
Some hotels offer deals at around £30, so make sure you compare prices before you book.
Although Norway is not the cheapest place to holiday, it is absolutely possible to get a bargain room.
In Bergen you have a range of hostels and apartment hotels offering basic but comfortable accommodation.
Bergen gets more rain every year than any other place in Norway. Hence, camping might not sound like a lot of fun.
Nonetheless, there are a couple of good campsites all about 10 minutes drive from the town centre.
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