On May 1st 2006, the Hanseatic Hotel Bergen opened at Bryggen. The hotel is located in Finnegarden, in the very center of Bergen. The hotel comprise 16 unique and stylish rooms in a very charming setting. 42 beds.
Finnegarden is together with the Hanseatic Museum a part of Bryggen in Bergen. Bryggen is listed on the UNESCO World Culture Heritage List. The building was rebuilt in 1702.
The interior is exactly the same as it was, with wooden walls and bearing beams.
The hotel seems to be quite ordinary outside at the photo, but inside it is very nice and characterized by the building tradition and building age.
The building with red and orange colors at the left side is the Hanseatic Museum and not a part of the hotel. The Hanseatic Museum is the start of the world famous heritage site Bryggen.
|Standard Rates 2016
Prices may alter due campagins. All prices are per person per night, prices are given in Norwegian Kroner (NOK). We cannot accept responsibility for any errors, omissions or subsequent alterations.
|Single room (sgl):||NOK 1690|
|Double room (dbl), per person:||NOK 845|
|Extra bed:||NOK 300|
|Norwegian name:||Det Hanseatiske Hotell Bergen.|
|Location:||Center of Bergen|
|Distance to Fish Market:||100 meters.|
|Address:||Rosenkrantzgaten 6, Bergen|
|Telephone:||+47 55 30 48 00.|
|Cell phone:||+47 905 29 875.|