Bergen's oldest family-run hotel with a fine combination of modern, prize-winning interiors and traditional style. Centrally located in Bergen city center.
Bergen's oldest family-run full-service hotel, now with a fine combination of modern, prize-winning interiors and traditional style. We take pleasure in welcoming you to a fuller presentation of our hotel. Location: Centrally situated in the shopping and harbour area. Some rooms have a view of the harbour.
All rooms have the following amenities:
WIFI, private bathroom with shower or bath tub and toilet. Writing desk, chair(s), telephone with direct inward calling system, cable TV, hair dryer, and original artwork by norwegian contemporary artists.
Walking distance to Bergen city centre sights such as the Aquarium, Fishmarket and Fløibanen funicular. 1 km to the railway station, 300 meters to the express-boat terminal and 20km to Bergen Airport (Flesland).
Augustin offers three meeting rooms with a capacity of up to 80 people in the largest room, Skrivergaarden. The meeting rooms are well suited for small and medium-sized meetings and events. All rooms have standard technical equipment and wireless internet.
Skrivergaarden has a unique atmosphere with a 400-year-old brick wall and a beautiful specially designed door by the wood artist Lillian Dahle. In addition, the room is decorated with three paintings by Ole Jørgen Næss. In a theatre setup, the room can accommodate 80 people.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK570.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK940.00 per person|
|Altona Vinbar||65 m²||-||-||-||-||36||-|
|Altona Vinbar Banqueting|
|Altona Vinbar Classroom|
|Altona Vinbar Theatre|
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