Centrally located on Bryggen. Price includes breakfast buffet and a light evening meal. Coffee/tea, waffles or pancakes in the afternoon.
Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret is a hotel for traveling customers. The hotel focus on individual service, to make guests feel right at home. Clarion Collection is located at the center of Bryggen, Bergen’s most famous attraction, in a vintage stone building dated the 1920's. The building has the architectural capacities of new barock and classicism.
The hotel opened May 2008 and efforts have been made to preserve the building's atmosphere and architectural expression. It features 116 delightful rooms, parted in standard rooms, deluxe rooms and family rooms, as well as one of the city's most exclusive suites. The main suite also includes the office of Bergen's Port Master.
Our standard rooms are both double and single rooms, with 160 cm beds and a privat bathroom with a shower. The Delux Twin has 2 x 105 cm beds, a private bathroom with a bathtub and a view. Our Deluxe King rooms also feature a king size bed.
The Hotel's dining room offers breakfast buffet and a light evening meal. In the afternoon the hotel will serve coffee/tea and waffles or pancakes. This is included in your room rate. The recreational facilities provide sauna, steam bath, some exercise machines (treadmill, bike, row machine and some weights) and relaxation area. There is also a conference room with seating for max forty persons available. A parking garage is located just outside the building and the shuttle bus to Flesland Airport arrives in front of the main entrance. We look forward to greet you as you enter our facilities!
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK770.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,240.00 per person|
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