When we arrived I was told that the room we had reserved had restricted access to the bed-Some kind of special economy room that I hadn't realized I was booking. Not sure what that meant, but i upgraded our two rooms for $30 each a night for two nights at an extra cost of $150+ with taxes. This was a once in a lifetime trip so I didn't want to ruin it.
Traveller from Gulf Coast, USA
Located in the heart of Bergen, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of West Norway Museum of Decorative Art and Grieg Hall …More
This is a great location beside the train station. We had a rental car and found the parking was a bit of a walk through some construction and a few blocks away. Ok for us, but people with mobility issues or elders would have found difficulty with this. Room was small but pleasant. Free coffee and tea throughout the day. Lovely bar area to regroup at the end of the day.
Traveller from Toronto, Ontario Canada
Situated in Bergen, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Leprosy Museum and Grieg Hall. Hanseatic Museum and Floibanen …More
Room was ready, clean and comfortable. Breakfast (included in room rate) was much better than typical US continental breakfasts. We did the Norway in a Nutshell tour (highly re emended) and Thon provided a bag lunch from breakfast buffet (totally sufficient). Bag lunch for tour highly recommended to avoid lines of tourists during tight connections. Note: European hotel rooms are smaller than US rooms. Bring washrags if desired (not usually provided in Europe). Showers may no be stalls but "wet-floors", simply a curtained off corner of the tiled bathroom, fine, just different than in US.
Traveller from Caharlotte, NC USA
Located in the heart of Bergen, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Torgalmenningen Square, Hanseatic Museum, and Grieg …More
With about 250,000 residents, Bergen is Norway's second-largest city. It is also home to one of Europe's largest ports and is a popular port-of-call with visitors on cruise ships who flock to Norway to see the country's famous fjords. In addition to a bustling city centre with interesting shops and architecture, Bergen is also home to the country's largest mall, Lagune Storsenter.