Hotel Hordaheimen is located in the city centre in a quiet, peaceful street in the heart of Bergen.
Today BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotell Hordaheimen is a business hotel with 88 renovated rooms and modern meeting rooms. We have 55 standard rooms and 33 superior rooms for the guests that want extra comfort.
We offer both single and double standard or superior rooms, as well as family rooms. All rooms have quality beds and a private bathroom with shower. Flatscreen-TV and workdesk in all rooms.
Breakfast is included, and coffee is free 24/7 for all our guest.
Our superior rooms feature a minibar, safe, stressless chair and computer desk, and also extra spacious bathrooms. The family rooms can fit 2 adults and 2 children. There is also space enough for a stroller.
Our meeting and conference rooms have a max capasity of 65 persons.
The location of the hotel is in the heart of Bergen, just 100 meters away from the Tourist information, the harbour and the Fishmarket. Restaurants, attractions and shopping is just a short walk from the hotel.
Hordaheimen is one of the oldest and most venerable hotels in Bergen, the hotel dates back to 1918. The hotel is owned by Bondeungdomslaget ( The society of Farm Youth) and has been since 1918. We try hard to create a relaxed and casual atmosphere in the hotel. In the marketing in 1918 and even today we often say: ”a guest is not just a guest, a guest is a friend”
We have a lot of art and traditional furniture at the hotel.
If you want to feel at home and experience a taste of Norwegian culture and traditions, stay at Hordaheimen on your next visit in Bergen.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK675.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,150.00 per person|
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