Marken Gjestehus is centrally located and reasonably priced guesthouse, for travellers who want to spend their money on other things than sleeping.
Marken Gjestehus is centrally located and reasonably priced guesthouse, for travellers who want to spend their money on other things than sleeping! With its location in the city centre, its an excellent base to explore and enjoy a beautiful and historical city, packed with cultural events, shopping and other leisure activities.
Marken Gjestehus is based on the hostel principle, and can offer rooms/beds from one to ten persons. The rooms are light and cozy, and each room is decorated with Scandinavian design. All rooms are equipped with lockers, desk, chairs and mirrors.
I addition we have common rooms, such as dining room, fully equipped kitchen and TV room. In the corridors you also find bathrooms and showers of high standards for the rooms without private bathroom. We also have single, double, triple and family rooms with private bathroom, and some of our rooms are equipped with microwave oven, fridge, kettle and hair dryer.
Bed linen is included, and towels are can be rented.
Breakfast is not included, but can be purchased from 120 NOK to 130 NOK in a cafe and hotel nearby.
Bank, post office, stores and restaurants are within walking distance.
Our guests range from business-people to families and backpackers. A variety of people who share the wish to stay in a decent place at a moderate price.
Together with our staff they all create the special homelike and cosy atmosphere which is characteristic of Marken Gjestehus - a modern hostel!
Bookings for the same day must be made before 12.00.
If you wish to book for the same day after 12:00, please contact the hotel by mail or phone. Enquiries after 22:00 (May - September) / or 16:30 (October - April) will be answered until the next day.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Room with 4 beds||NOK255.00 per person|
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