Located in Bergen City Centre, this eco-friendly hotel is steps away from Bryggens Museum and St Mary's Church. Hanseatic Museum and Floibanen Funicular are ...
£85 per night for 2 guestsRadisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen£85
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Siljustol Museum and within 6 miles (10 km) of Troldhaugen and Arboretum and Botanical Garden. ...
£93 per night for 2 guestsThon Hotel Bergen Airport£93
Bergen Flesland Airport, or BGO, is approximately ten miles southwest of the city centre, and is the second busiest airport in Norway. A modern facility providing international, domestic and charter flights, it offers a host of amenities for both business and leisure travellers, including shopping and dining venues, two hours of free wireless internet access, family-friendly areas including a playroom, and 4,500 parking spaces.
Arriving at or departing from the Flesland Airport couldn’t be simpler. If you’re travelling by car, there’s a dedicated pick-up and drop-off zone with free parking for ten minutes. If you want to stay longer, the large car park allows stays of between 20 minutes and three weeks, with dedicated short-term and long-term spaces for disabled travellers, plus reserved spaces with charging facilities for electric cars.
The airport bus – or Flybussen/TIDE – leaves every 15 minutes between the hours of 6am and 8pm, with less frequent departures late at night and early in the morning. The journey to the city centre takes around 30 minutes and one child travels free with every paying adult. The major stops along the way are Lagunen shopping centre, Bergen bus station, Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, the fish market, and Radisson Blu Royal Hotel at Bryggen.
Five major car hire companies are at the airport, or you can take a taxi to the city centre which takes between 30 and 40 minutes, depending on traffic.
Surrounded by seven fjords and seven mountains, Bergen UNESCO World Heritage City is one of Norway’s most visited destinations. Search Expedia to narrow down the choice of quality hotels until you find the right match for your needs.
One of the most well-known locations in the city is the old Hanseatic wharf district of Bryggen, characterised by its brightly painted wooden buildings and the narrow alleyways which run between them. These former merchant trading houses are probably Bergen’s most famous symbol, and the area’s hotels are among the best in the city.
You’ll find more hotels on the other side of the wharf, particularly along C. Sundts gate and Strandkaien. These have the advantage of fine views looking back towards the Bryggen district, and range from independent hotels in elegant period buildings to properties belonging to well-known brands such as Scandic Hotels Chain and Nordic Choice.
There’s another cluster of hotels around Torgallmenningen Square and Den Nationale Scene theatre, where you can explore bars and entertainment, restaurants and many major international retailers. Again, you’ll find a mixture of chain hotels and independent places to stay here, along with some budget offerings and apartment-style accommodation.
As the gateway to the western fjords, Bergen is at the heart of Norway’s most famous landscapes, as well as a worthwhile destination in its own right. Use Expedia to start planning your visit today.