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Spa Hotels in Bergen
Bergen has a good selection of spa hotels to choose from. Norway, and Bergen in particular, is home to some of the most beautiful scenery and adventurous activities in Europe, and when you combine this with all the relaxing spa facilities on offer, it all adds up to a holiday with wellbeing at its core.
What Are Bergen’s Spa Hotels Like?
Stay in a spa hotel in Bergen and you’re likely to have a steam room or sauna or quiet relaxation area rather than a full-service spa. Nevertheless, you’ll still find plenty of ways to reinvigorate body and mind, from modern city-centre properties with swimming pools and dedicated health centres to traditional harbourside properties with fitness rooms and views across the Bay of Vågen..
Spa Hotels outside Bergen
Spa hotels in Hordaland County – home of the Hardangerfjord and the Folgefonna glacier – are defined by their stunning surroundings, and are often set in prominent positions directly overlooking the water. In the villages of Rosendal, Eidfjord and Loftus, you’ll find more of the facilities traditionally associated with spa hotels, like outdoor hot tubs, steam baths and solariums, plus hands-on treatments like aromatherapy and hot-stone massages. You’ll also enjoy the standard amenities you’d want to find at a spa hotel. Think swimming pools, Finnish saunas and relaxation areas.
Spa Hotels for Active Stays
If you stay in spa hotels to add to an active holiday, you can take advantage of the amazing outdoor and sporting opportunities on offer in this area. Many hotels provide kayaks, rowing boats, fishing trips, so you can explore the fjords. And plenty of hotels offer bicycle rentals too, allowing you to discover the surrounding landscape at your leisure.
Things to Do in Bergen-Hordaland
Other than exploring the fjords by boat or by car, you can also discover this region by train. The Flåm Railway, a branch line of the Bergen–Oslo route, runs for 12 miles through the Flåmsdalen valley, and its steep gradient and majestic scenery has made it one of the most popular attractions in Norway. All in all, it’s an excellent way to spend a day before returning to your spa hotel for a restful night’s sleep.