Harbour Apartments offer 24 flats from 35 m2 to 100 m2 of high standard, all with fully equipped kitchens, TV andluxury bathrooms.
Harbour Apartments is located in Sandviken, walking distance from the city centre, with Bryggen, the Fish Market and Fløibanen Funicular.
Frequent bus service just outside the door.
24 flats from 15 m2 to 100 m2 of high standard, all with fully equipped kitchens, TV, luxury bathrooms, broadband (for a fee) and lifts to all floors.
Many of the flats enjoy panorama views of the Byfjorden, and guests can enjoy the privacy of the private quay for fishing, sunbathing or swimming.
Harbour Apartments offer both short and long-term rentals.
Apartment 2 rooms NOK 1700 per night. Accommodates 2 people.
Apartment 3 rooms NOK 2200 per night. Accommodates 4 people.
Apartment 4 rooms NOK 2500 per night. Accommodates 6 people.
Apartment 5 rooms NOK 2800 per night. Accommodates 8 people.
Linen rental NOK 30, - per person per night.
Baby cot available.
PS: After 1 September 2017 there will only be long term rentals available at Harbour Apartments
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