One of the most characteristic hotels in Bergen - old, dignified storehouses from the turn of the century, now a beautful and centrally located hotel.
Clarion Hotel Admiral located on the Bergen's harbour. Picturesque views of Bryggen - the Wharf, Bergen Fish Market, Fløyen Mountain and Ulriken.
Built at the turn of the century as a warehouse for boats coming and going to Bergen, the hotel was renovated into a waterside hotel in 1987. All 210 rooms have large windows, and 50 rooms have harbour view. You can choose from standard, superior, deluxe, family rooms or suites.
Our single and double standard rooms include a minibar, flat screen TV, pay-TV and free wireless internet. They also have a private bathroom with a shower or bath tub. The superior rooms at Clarion Hotel Admiral have all the amenities above, as well as a breathtaking view of the Bergen harbour (Vågen).
All prices include our famous Scandinavia Buffet breakfast. Enjoy Restaurant Emily's for breakfast, lunch or dinner (buffet or a la carte menu) looking out over the great sights of Bergen.
Clarion Hotel Admiral have a vision that the hotel will be a place where people - both locals and guests - can get together and share their experiences. Living Room is an inspiring place where you can meet art, music and design, and of course - other people. Our ambition is that you would sometimes prefer to spend your time in our living room than in your own..
Clarion Hotel Admiral is located a 2 minutes walk from the Fish Market; and 6 minutes walk from Fløibanen funicular and the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bryggen.
Clarion Hotel Admiral offers a conference center for up to 150 delegates in the hotel's neighboring building. A glass bridge over the harbor connects the two buildings together. Our 6 conference rooms have natural light, good ventilation, projector and free internet access.
The largest conference room, Sjokanten, is located right by the sea. It can accommodate up to 120 people with a classroom setup and 150 people with a theater setup, and is fully equipped with the latest technology.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK545.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,040.00 per person|
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