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4.6/5Outstanding47 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.73km from downtown
We reserved this hotel because of its proximity to the train station in Bergen. It was also very convenient to the downtown area. Just a few minutes walk. The breakfast was included with our room and it was very good with many food selections. The room itself was a little disappointing. The bathroom was nice, but I thought the rest of the room was very small. The furnishings were very spare and cheap looking, and the unfinished, rusty looking concrete ceiling was very unappealing. The hotel seems to take great pride in the room decor, but I can't say that I was impressed. But I would recommend the hotel for the breakfast and the location.
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4.4/5Excellent57 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.74km from downtown
Just returned from a long weekend at the Radisson Blu Royal. Excellent weekend. Nice room, well furnished. Excellent to have a decent TV which you can pair with your own devices. We were celebrating our 30th Wedding Anniversary - staff in the restaurant 26 North could not have provided a better welcome for our first dinner. Fabulous food, beautifully presented and the staff were exceptional. Really made for a lovely celebratory meal! Eating out is never going to be cheap in Norway, but the standard of food in the hotel was well worth the expense. Portion sizes are excellent. The 'Duck' Weekly Special may have been the best duck I have ever tasted. The homemade bread at the beginning of the meal is most definitely not your average basket of bread you find in most places, and varies slightly each day. The hotel enjoys an excellent location for exploring and everything was well within walking distance. If you haven't booked with breakfast - book before your stay - it makes it quite a bit cheaper and the breakfast is definitely worth starting the day with. Excellent choice, although if I was going to criticise anything it would be to have the hot food a bit hotter. But this is not a major issues. With the world watching the spread of Coronavirus, we were every impressed to find Hand sanitisers located at the entrance to the hotel, all public restrooms and in each of the three lifts, as well as at the entrance to the restaurant and bar. Housekeeping staff appear to have a ready supply of disposable gloves for use when cleaning rooms. Information signs were everywhere. We were left with the clear impression that the staff in this hotel and indeed in all public places in Bergen are doing everything they can to prevent the spread of infection - ensuring that we could enjoy our weekend away without feeling we were risking our health. We would certainly return to this hotel given the opportunity.
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4.8/5Outstanding22 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.08km from downtown
Really nice, clean, trendy hotel in a Bergen historic landmark. Love the interiors, showing off classic Nordic style with luxurious touch. Our room was on the 9th floor with floor to ceiling windows and view of the park, lake and the mountain. Inside the room, we have a nice sitting area and an extra sofa bed. There was a Nespresso machine which we used everyday. The heated bathroom floors and power and USB outlets all around the room were a nice touch. Breakfast buffet featuring traditional Nordic and continental dishes were one of the best we’ve had. We really loved the central location, not in the busiest part of the city but really close and walkable enough to Bryggen and the Fish Market. Within two blocks are great restaurant and shopping places. It is also just a few minutes away from the central Bergen Station, making it a great base for Bergen and day trips.
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5/5Perfect6 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.11km from downtown
Stayed in the studio apartment for a few months, it's old but adequate, the beds are small but comfortable enough, the rooms are warm and nice to come back to, there is a shared clothes washing room, it would have been nice if the rooms had a washing machine and i think they did at one time but obviously cheaper to have a shared one. It also would have been nice if people are living there for a few months then it would be good to have a bigger bed or if the beds could lock together, but I'm sure most people only usually stay there for a weekend . One thing I would recommend is they should remove the smoking point outside the room, it smells and the noise from guests drunk and smoking when you have work early the next day is not good, if people want to smoke they can go out the front door. All in all it is a nice enough apartment I was in and very good location is the main thing.
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4.7/5Outstanding42 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.63km from downtown
During this trip, this hotel is the best, high grade, complete facilities, good location, good service, this hotel is close to where the cable car is right at the hotel, right turn, so many people line up. Very close to the fish market, there are a lot of food inside, two days of rice are solved here. In the herringbone group, the bus is also very close, 15 minutes walk from the train station, the airport bus terminal stops in front of the herringbone house, the penultimate station stops at the fish market, the bus from the airport is the bus, credit card and credit card Can give cash, 130 Norwegian Krona everyone, the credit card did not know what happened? Just can't brush, the driver still let us get on the bus, thank you very much for the bus driver. There is no money change at the airport. When I get to the city center, I change my money. I take 60 NOK per person on the bus. The hotel has a sauna gym, you have to go to the front desk to get a gym card, you can enter, on the 2nd basement, the sauna is great, you can try it. The breakfast at the hotel was not bad. In short, Bergen left a good impression on me.
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4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.33km from downtown
I signed up to Tripadvisor just so I could specifically write and post this review regarding my very negative experience in dealing with Bergen Bors Hotel and their management group, De Bergenske Hotel Group. I had travel plans to Norway and booked a non-refundable stay at the Bergen Bors Hotel for March 14th- March 18th. As I am coming from the United States, I recently was forced to cancel all my travel plans to Norway due to President Trump’s 30-day travel restriction from Europe to the United States starting midnight, March 13th along with Norway’s Prime Minister’s issued directive of all international travelers entering the country would face a forced 14-day quarantine regardless of health. I reached out several times to the Booking & Reservations Department even writing to the General Manager asking for a refund for my stay only to be denied on every occasion. I was told in all occasions to go through my travel insurance. The General Manager even attached the management group’s Coronavius COVID-19 policy drafted from their Legal Department, which pretty much sums up as “we don’t care, you are out of luck”. It was a hardline stance of greed and total disregard for human compassion as the Coronavirus COVID-19 ravaged the international world as a pandemic. Many hotels around the world, including ones located in Bergen as I am finding out currently have updated their cancellation policies to reflect the fluid situation of Coronavirus impact even the situation is coming from no fault of the hotel nor the traveler. I do no plan to stay at the Bergen Bors Hotel nor of any it’s affiliated hotels and restaurants of the De Bergenske Group. I also had dinner reservations both at Bare Restaurant and Bare Vestland planned during my stay. Even through the restaurant teams responses were very understanding for my reasoning for cancelling my bookings, I do not plan to patronize anything in connection with this hotel group. My friends whom also planned travel with me in Bergen for the same dates choose to book at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel received free cancellation on their non-refundable planned stay. The Radisson Group’s Coronavirus policy was ever-changing due to the fluid nature of the situation and was been updated to include free cancellations for travelers of all reservations affected by the 30-day travel restriction from the 26 Schengen Countries to the United States enacted by President Trump. For that reason alone for understanding customer service and having compassion, which I would have not have expected from a large hotel company such as the Radisson Group but rather expected from a smaller boutique company priding themselves on having the best experience, I would most likely stay at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel when it comes time to re-book my Norway trip. Think about the next time you are looking for a place to stay in Bergen and there is a known international emergency, Bergen Bors Hotel and their management g
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.39km from downtown
We have stayed here twice on recent trips to Bergen and it is my favorite hotel in town. It's a converted bank building on a quiet plaza in a central location about a ten minute walk from the train station. It's only a couple of blocks to Bryggen. Everyone was exceptionally friendly and helpful. They gave us a room upgrade and let us check in early. The lobby is large and inviting and quiet, a perfect place to sit and relax under the bust and watchful eye of Edvard Grieg. They invited me to sit and play the grand piano in the lobby. Unfortunately, because of the Covid-19 virus we had to leave Bergen early in order to get back to the US before Norway's borders shut down. Anne at the front desk was indispensable in getting us plane tickets for the following morning at the last minute the night before. The rooms are modern and lovely and immaculately clean. Antique art works and paintings decorate everywhere and there is a lovely small museum dedicated to Edvard Grieg. The food is excellent and there is plenty of it. I can't say enough about Opus XVI and I'm looking forward to returning to Bergen and staying here again. They have had, as hotels everywhere, to shut down during the viral outbreak. I would urge everyone planning a trip to Bergen to book a room here, this hotel is too wonderful to lose.
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4.5/5Excellent62 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.65km from downtown
The third country in the five Nordic countries, but also went to 8 cities and lived in multiple hotels! The overall feeling is more expensive, has always been a 4 star hotel, and slowly feel that the hotel is more and more expensive, so this time set this relatively cheap, to be honest, and did not expect the hotel's service! However, it is very pleasant to be surprised that the hotel is very close to the station and close to various attractions. It is completely within walking distance to various attractions! Although the room is a bit small and the bathroom is small, everything else is fine! Especially worthy of praise is that breakfast is very good! The reception service is also very good! Recommended! Before I saw someone commenting that there is nothing in the kettle that boils water, our room has a kettle! Of course, the European hotel has always provided no toothbrush and toothpaste and still the phenomenon of slippers! If you come next time, stay here again! I really like this city in general! There is a supermarket opposite the hotel, there is a light rail through the supermarket, go directly to the airport! very convenient!
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3.5/52 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.49km from downtown
We were booked into this hotel as part of a not expensive package and were pleasantly surprised by how good it was. The location on the water is lovely and our room 221 did have a side view. The room is pretty basic but modern and clean and nothing to complain about. Breakfast is lovely and the restaurant itself serves very good food. There is a nice bar, which could possibly do with more comfy chairs but perhaps that's just me. The hotel is also very convenient for all attractions. Highly recommended.
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4.4/5Excellent15 Reviews
Bergen City Center Bergen|0.18km from downtown
We, two adults and two youngsters, stayed in this hotel for three nights, room 615. The hotel room was relatively small but we did find space for the suitcases and for drying our clothes (it was quite heavily raining in the area in those days). There was enough space in the toilet to organize one’s things there. The cleaning had been done well. The sound insulation was very good. The shower worked well and the bath was nice. The room was nicely designed. The service was good and the receptionists were helpful. The location was nice close to the center and there were many restaurants in walking distance from the hotel. However, we had the room at the very highest floor so we could not hear the sounds from the centre. Thus the was room was generally very peaceful in the evening. We had only a rooftop window but the view from that was beautiful over the other rooftops and into a park in Bergen. There was a good covered parking garage reserved for hotel guests but one had to walk to it for about five minutes – still ok. The breakfast in the hotel was quite nice with a lot of variety. If going to Bergen next time, we would definitely consider this hotel again. However, we found Bergen itself as a city as not very attractive and rather shady, as if it had seen its best days, unfortunately.
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4.6/55 Reviews
Every time I am here I get the kindest, best service by reception, restaurant and cleaning personnel.They all should have a special price for this. I can recommend you to stay here. Was here with association of Astma and Allergy. They took good care of all the different allergies etc. Fantastic service with kindness and a smile.
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4.6/547 Reviews
Bergen City Center
We reserved this hotel because of its proximity to the train station in Bergen. It was also very convenient to the downtown area. Just a few minutes walk. The breakfast was included with our room and it was very good with many food selections. The room itself was a little disappointing. The bathroom was nice, but I thought the rest of the room was very small. The furnishings were very spare and cheap looking, and the unfinished, rusty looking concrete ceiling was very unappealing. The hotel seems to take great pride in the room decor, but I can't say that I was impressed. But I would recommend the hotel for the breakfast and the location.
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4.4/557 Reviews
Bergen City Center
Just returned from a long weekend at the Radisson Blu Royal. Excellent weekend. Nice room, well furnished. Excellent to have a decent TV which you can pair with your own devices. We were celebrating our 30th Wedding Anniversary - staff in the restaurant 26 North could not have provided a better welcome for our first dinner. Fabulous food, beautifully presented and the staff were exceptional. Really made for a lovely celebratory meal! Eating out is never going to be cheap in Norway, but the standard of food in the hotel was well worth the expense. Portion sizes are excellent. The 'Duck' Weekly Special may have been the best duck I have ever tasted. The homemade bread at the beginning of the meal is most definitely not your average basket of bread you find in most places, and varies slightly each day. The hotel enjoys an excellent location for exploring and everything was well within walking distance. If you haven't booked with breakfast - book before your stay - it makes it quite a bit cheaper and the breakfast is definitely worth starting the day with. Excellent choice, although if I was going to criticise anything it would be to have the hot food a bit hotter. But this is not a major issues. With the world watching the spread of Coronavirus, we were every impressed to find Hand sanitisers located at the entrance to the hotel, all public restrooms and in each of the three lifts, as well as at the entrance to the restaurant and bar. Housekeeping staff appear to have a ready supply of disposable gloves for use when cleaning rooms. Information signs were everywhere. We were left with the clear impression that the staff in this hotel and indeed in all public places in Bergen are doing everything they can to prevent the spread of infection - ensuring that we could enjoy our weekend away without feeling we were risking our health. We would certainly return to this hotel given the opportunity.
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4.8/522 Reviews
Bergen City Center
Really nice, clean, trendy hotel in a Bergen historic landmark. Love the interiors, showing off classic Nordic style with luxurious touch. Our room was on the 9th floor with floor to ceiling windows and view of the park, lake and the mountain. Inside the room, we have a nice sitting area and an extra sofa bed. There was a Nespresso machine which we used everyday. The heated bathroom floors and power and USB outlets all around the room were a nice touch. Breakfast buffet featuring traditional Nordic and continental dishes were one of the best we’ve had. We really loved the central location, not in the busiest part of the city but really close and walkable enough to Bryggen and the Fish Market. Within two blocks are great restaurant and shopping places. It is also just a few minutes away from the central Bergen Station, making it a great base for Bergen and day trips.
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5/56 Reviews
Bergen City Center
Stayed in the studio apartment for a few months, it's old but adequate, the beds are small but comfortable enough, the rooms are warm and nice to come back to, there is a shared clothes washing room, it would have been nice if the rooms had a washing machine and i think they did at one time but obviously cheaper to have a shared one. It also would have been nice if people are living there for a few months then it would be good to have a bigger bed or if the beds could lock together, but I'm sure most people only usually stay there for a weekend . One thing I would recommend is they should remove the smoking point outside the room, it smells and the noise from guests drunk and smoking when you have work early the next day is not good, if people want to smoke they can go out the front door. All in all it is a nice enough apartment I was in and very good location is the main thing.
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4.7/542 Reviews
Bergen City Center
During this trip, this hotel is the best, high grade, complete facilities, good location, good service, this hotel is close to where the cable car is right at the hotel, right turn, so many people line up. Very close to the fish market, there are a lot of food inside, two days of rice are solved here. In the herringbone group, the bus is also very close, 15 minutes walk from the train station, the airport bus terminal stops in front of the herringbone house, the penultimate station stops at the fish market, the bus from the airport is the bus, credit card and credit card Can give cash, 130 Norwegian Krona everyone, the credit card did not know what happened? Just can't brush, the driver still let us get on the bus, thank you very much for the bus driver. There is no money change at the airport. When I get to the city center, I change my money. I take 60 NOK per person on the bus. The hotel has a sauna gym, you have to go to the front desk to get a gym card, you can enter, on the 2nd basement, the sauna is great, you can try it. The breakfast at the hotel was not bad. In short, Bergen left a good impression on me.
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