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Villa Charlotte Bergen        
Skipanesvegen 106

Villa Charlotte Bergen provides a comfortable setting when in Bergen. It also offers a sauna and free Wi-Fi.The bed & breakfast has 6 rooms, all of which are equipped with a range of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
To Sostre Guesthouse        
Nedre Stolen 4c

Situated close to Bergen Railway Station, To Sostre Guesthouse offers guests an ideal base when in Bergen. It is close to Bryggen, restaurants and shops.The hotel has 3 cosy rooms that are filled with a variety of essential facilities to ensure guests have a comfortable stay.
Scandic Bergen Airport Star Rating 3        
Kokstadflaten 2

Set hillside along a lively road, this informal airport hotel is 1.6 km from Bergen Airport and 12 km from the carved dragon heads at Fantoft Stave Church.Featuring colorful decor, the simple rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and en suite bathrooms, plus minifridges.
BEST WESTERN Hotell Hordaheimen Star Rating 3        
C Sundts Gate 18

A 12-minute walk from the medieval district, Bryggen, this straightforward hotel is also 14 minutes from both the Akvariet i Bergen aquarium and Grieghallen concert hall.The modern rooms offer free WiFi, TVs with satellite channels, and desks, plus minibars.Free perks include hot breakfast.
Clarion Collection Havnekontoret Star Rating 4        
Slottsgaten 1

Across the street from Bryggen harbor, this vibrant, neoclassical-style hotel is a 5-minute walk from Bergenhus Fortress and 1 km from the Akvariet i Bergen aquarium.Country-chic rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. Upgraded quarters feature sitting areas, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities; some add pull-out sofas and/or balconies.
Clarion Hotel Admiral Star Rating 4        
C Sundts Gate 9

Jutting out over the water of Vagen Bay, this polished hotel is housed in 1904-built warehouse buildings, across the fjord from medieval wharf area of Bryggen, and a 14-minute walk from Bergen Aquarium.Understated rooms have trendy details, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add minibars, desks, bay views and/or shared balconies.
Comfort Hotel Holberg Star Rating 4        
Strandgaten 190

Set in a bustling pedestrian shopping area, this relaxed hotel is 2.4 km from the colorful Bryggen wharf area and 2.8 km from interactive exhibits at the VilVite Bergen Science Center.
First Hotel Marin Star Rating 4        
Rosenkrantzgaten 8

A 4-minute walk from Bryggen, a medieval wharf known for its colorful boat houses, this striking brick hotel is also 10 km from Troldhaugen Museum, the former home of composer Edvard Grieg.With parquet flooring and low-key decor, the subdued rooms come with free Wi-Fi, TVs and minibars. Upgraded rooms feature sofas and tea and coffeemakers, and some suites have balconies, whirlpool tubs and saunas.
Grand Hotel Terminus Star Rating 3        
Zander Kaaes Gate 6

A minute's walk from the Bergen train station, this stately hotel is also a 15-minute walk from the iconic wooden homes and buildings making up Bryggen.Featuring chandeliers, the bright rooms and suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges and en suite bathrooms with heated floors. Upgraded rooms add bathtubs, and airy suites offer sitting areas with sofas.
Scandic Neptun Star Rating 4        
Valkendorfs Gate 8

A minutes' walk from Bergen's harbor, this refined hotel is also 11 minutes' walk from Bryggen wharf and 1.1 km from Bergen Aquarium.Featuring warm furnishings, the elegant rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks; some have additional beds, sofas and/or coffeemakers.
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Bergen is a city on the southwest coast of Norway and it is the country's second largest city. It is the capital of the county of Hordaland. The city is set in a valley formed by the Seven Mountains, very popular in the area. The place has many charming streets and little alleyways, and a lovely old town where you can see some of the attractive regional architecture, museums, art galleries, concerts and many shops. The area has some splendid natural attractions. For example, you can get to know some of the seven mountains and enjoy the incredible views from the summits. It is a wonderful place to relax in the peace and silence of nature. Furthermore, the city is the gateway to the beautiful Norwegian fjords. If you want to see some of the city's sites, go to the Fish Market and the historic quayside of Bryggen, which dates to the Hanseatic period. Bergen is a beautiful city and an important centre, full of cultural attractions, a number of museums and art galleries and it is one of the few cities that features on UNESCO's World Heritage list.