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Top tips for finding perfect Bergen hotel deals
If you’re looking for a cheap hotel in Bergen, you should consider visiting during the low season. You'll find cheaper accommodations in Bergen in January and April.
Hotel room prices vary depending on many factors but you’ll most likely find the best hotel deals in Bergen if you stay on a Sunday. The opposite is true for, Tuesday, which is usually the most expensive day.
Book at least 90 days before your stay begins to get the best price for your Bergen accommodation.
The cheapest 3-star hotel room in Bergen found on KAYAK in the last 2 weeks was £18, while the most expensive was £152.
How long should you stay? KAYAK users usually book their accommodation in Bergen for 3 days.
If you’re travelling to Bergen for business, stay in the Scandic Ørnen hotel, which offers excellent conference facilities near Bystasjonen station.
Visitors to Bergen can select from a wide range of accommodation to suit every budget, including campsites, B&Bs, fully equipped apartments and sustainable hotels such as the Moxy Bergen.
The colourful wooden houses along the harbour in Bryggen have been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site and are a popular meeting place, with shops and cafes as well as a museum. If you want to stay close to this iconic area, book a room at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.
The neighbourhood of Sandviken offers affordable options for travellers on a budget. Located behind Bryggen and the Bergenhus Fortress, you can find plenty of self-catering apartments in the area, such as Skuteviken Apartments 40.
Enjoy panoramic views of Bergen by taking the funicular, Fløibanen, to the top of Mount Fløyen. It will take around 8min to arrive at the top, where you can spend a few hours hiking in the mountains. The Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz is only a 4min walk from the lower station of the funicular.
Bergen’s outdoor fish market showcases the fresh fish and seafood of the region, as well as local produce and crafts, and is open 6 days a week. Visitors can stay in modern suites at the Scandic Torget Bergen, only a 1min walk from the fish market.
If you want to save money on accommodation for your trip to Bergen, you can book hotels slightly outside the city centre, which tend to be cheaper than those in central locations. Some good budget options around Bergen include Ana’s Bed & Breakfast, which is located around a 15min drive from Bergen city centre, or the Bergen Hostel Montana, which is situated about a 20min drive from the city.
If you are looking for a hotel with beautiful lookouts across the Bergen waterfront, the Magic Hotel Kloverhuset offers gorgeous balcony views.
Need a hotel in Bergen that allows pets? The Comfort Hotel Bergen allows cats and dogs to stay for a small fee. This hotel is also conveniently situated in the city centre.
If you are looking for a hotel in Bergen that is close to transport links, the Scandic Byparken is a good option for you. The Scandic Byparken is situated near the airport shuttle bus stop and is also located around a 10min walk from the city centre.
If you want a luxurious experience in Bergen, why not check in to the Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret? The Clarion Collection Hotel features an on-site spa and sauna and offers comfortable rooms and premium service to ensure you have a relaxing stay.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Bergen
Hotels are safe environments for travellers as long as they properly implement sanitary measures in response to coronavirus (COVID-19). However, we recommend getting in touch with the local authorities regarding safety procedures for hotels in Bergen. For more advice, please view our information page on what to know about coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel.
Citybox Bergen, Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen and Scandic Ørnen are very popular with users who want to stay within walking distance of Bergen City Centre.
Experience art and culture in Bergen at KODE, which consists of 7 museums and composers’ homes. The extensive collection includes paintings, sculptures, installations, instruments, furniture and design, and concerts are also organised throughout the year. Stay in contemporary rooms at the Hotel Norge by Scandic in Bergen city centre, only a 10min walk from the KODE art museums.
Bergen’s remarkable landscape of fjords and glaciers is a must-see for visitors. Organise a day trip to the nearby Hardangerfjord or to the longest fjord in Norway, Sognefjorden. Ferries and buses are the easiest way to experience these beautiful landscapes. Reserve a room close to the harbour and ferry terminal, such as the Strandgaten 207 apartments.
The quiet neighbourhood of Nordnes is a great base for families, due to its proximity to family-friendly attractions such as the Bergen Aquarium, Nordnes Park and the Nordnes Sjøbad outdoor saltwater pool. Book your stay at the Augustin Hotel, BW Signature Collection, which offers comfortable family rooms.
If you’re looking for accommodation close to the bars and clubs in Bergen, the lively neighbourhood of Bryggen is the place to be. Set along the water, there are plenty of bars, gastropubs and eateries located within a few blocks of each other. Reserve a room at the Thon Hotel Orion in Bryggen, which is only a 10min walk from all the action.
If you are looking for a hotel in Bergen that offers meeting rooms or conference facilities, the Scandic Neptun in the city centre has a conference room available to guests. Other good options for business travellers include the Scandic Torget Bergen, which has comfortable and modern workspaces on the premises, and the Scandic Bergen City, which has a range of business suites and conference rooms available to guests.
If you’re planning a shopping spree in Bergen, it’s a good idea to book a hotel in the city centre. This will leave you within walking distance of popular retail outlets, such as the Galleriet Shopping Centre, the Xhibition Shopping Centre and the Kloverhuset Shopping Centre. Some good hotel options for shopping in this area include the Hotel Magic Kloverhuset and the Bergen Bors; both of these hotels are located a 5-10min walk from the shopping centres.
Booking a hotel on the north side of Bergen bay will put you in the centre of Bergen’s cultural district. From here, you can easily visit cultural attractions such as the Bryggens Museum, Bryggen Medieval Wharf, the West Norway Museum of Decorative Arts and the Bergenhus Festning Museum. Hotels in this area include the Thon Hotel Orion and the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen, which is located a roughly 3min walk from Bryggen.
Bergen has plenty of beautiful natural spots and walking trails located around scenic Mount Floyen. If you want to stay near Mount Floyen, hotels such as the Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz and the Bergen Bors are located a 20-40min drive from the mountain trails.
After you launch a hotel search on KAYAK, you can refine your research by neighbourhood, which allows you to pick the central Bergen districts. You can also do a search using the city map to choose a specific location, like Bergen city centre
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