Bergen Hotels
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Clarion Hotel Admiral

Clarion Hotel Admiral Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Clarion Hotel Admiral, housed in a historic former boat warehouse on the Bergen harbor, is a solid option within walking distance of popular sights. Though the restaurant area and many of the rooms are dated and awaiting renovation (slated to be completed by November 2013), the renovated rooms are contemporary and stylish; some have balconies with views of the water. The updated room decor is on par with that at the Clarion Collection Havnekontoret and the Radisson Blu Royal, but prices here tend to be lower -- perhaps due to the less impressive common spaces, fewer features, or location farther from Bryggen. tag:revisit 11/1/2013
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen

Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This attractive 263-room hotel, decked out in contemporary decor (think: white acrylic "moose head;" individual, geometric check-in kiosks) is a popular spot for meetings and conventions. Hosting big groups can lead to commotion in the lobby, but the hotel's excellent location helps compensate: The hotel is attached to the historic buildings of the Bryggen wharf area, Bergen's most popular attraction (smaller meetings can even convene inside the historic buildings, most of which have been rebuilt). There's an on-site Italian restaurant, and the hotel is attached to a live music venue-cum-restaurant that serves American fare. For an equally good location with a quieter atmosphere, consider the Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret right across the driveway.
Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret

Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 116-room Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret is considered to be Bergen's top hotel, and for good reason -- it has elegant, sophisticated decor, a prime location near Bryggen and Bergenhus Fortress, and modern rooms with sultry style. Plus, guests get the usual perks that come with the business-oriented Clarion Collection chain -- not only free breakfast, but free afternoon waffles and a free light evening meal, which add enormous value. The adjacent Radisson Blu Royal completed renovations in 2012, however, and is now nipping at the Havnekontoret's heels -- but though its rooms are now arguably just as nice, the property is larger and feels more impersonal.
Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Bergen

Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Bergen Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 347-room business chain hotel has extensive conference facilities and, most notably, a large pool -- a feature which no other Bergen hotel can offer. But its size makes for long check-in lines and an impersonal feel. Rooms have generic decor and some are showing wear and tear; in short, they aren't nearly as nice as those at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel on the other side of the harbor. But Business Class Rooms do come extras such as free movies, Nespresso machines, bathrobes, and slippers.


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