Magic Hotel Korskirken is located in the middle of the historical centre of Bergen and a stone throw from the famous Fish Market.
Magic Hotel Korskirken has a warm but modern atmosphere and is ideal for families, business and leisure travellers. Surrounded by a variety of eateries, idyllic alleyways and all the city centre’s attractions in immediate vicinity, the hotel is perfect for those who are looking to experience Bergen’s unique traditions in a new way.
At Magic Hotel Korskirken, you will find an indoor bar street which goes all the way through the hotel building. From dining spots around the area, you can observe the details of the traditional Bergen buildings.
We offer several family rooms which can accommodate two adults and two children. Selected rooms also provide a distinctive glass roof, which allows you to relax in your bed while looking up at the stars.
The hotel offer conference and banquette facilities in a unique historical setting. Villa Blanca, the hotels restaurant and nightclub, is located in the building’s first floor. This is where you can enjoy our delicious breakfast buffet, as well as tasty Italian cuisine the rest of the day and evening. The restaurant also caters for banquettes and conferences.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK595.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK990.00 per person|
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