Right by the edge of the ocean, you will find Panorama Hotel & Resort, which provides a wide range of activities, local cuisine, modern facilities and top service!
The hotel is situated 60 kilometers westbound from Bergen. Getting there from Bergen city center takes about 40 minutes by car. You can also take a bus from Bergen bus station, but the easiest way is by car or taxi.
The dramatic nature and the ever-changing elements can be enjoyed in most of the hotel rooms. The hotel is perfectly suited for both leisure and business guests.
Local food and fjord view
Tasteful dishes with local roots – this is what the chef can offer you. Come and enjoy the magnificent fjord view at a lunch buffet, or finish off the weekend with a Sunday buffet in the restaurant followed by a trip to our outdoor whirlpool at the wellness center. We highly emphasize personal service and a high food and beverage quality.
Rooms and suites
The hotel has 57 double rooms and 8 fjord suites. A standard room is 18 m2 and includes a double bed that can be separated, bathroom with a shower, a 42” TV and free Wi-Fi. If you look for an extraordinary hotel experience, you can book our superior rooms. 8 fjord suites are awaiting you, situated right next to the sea. The suites provide sun from early morning through to the evening. There is also a guest marina. The suites are located on two levels, each one having a terrace facing the sea.
Enjoy the warm sun in our indoor sunroom, work out whilst watching the beautiful fjord landscape right outside the window, or simply have a well-deserved glass whilst relaxing. The hotel guests have free access to the wellness center, but it is also possible to visit us simply to make use of the wellness center.
Banquet rooms with ocean view
We have flexible banquet rooms that vary in size. Our most popular hall is the Stormsalen, with a stage and grand windows. Fjordblikk provides you the best ocean view, and is perfect as a wedding venue. For larger conventions and banquets, Panoramasalen can house around 650 guests. For a very special occasion, you can bring your company to Marstein lighthouse, a unique venue in the middle of the ocean.
Are you looking for a guest marina in Bergen with a swimming area and chances for fishing? Would you like to take your family or friends kayaking, sea rafting or rent a SUP-board? We can offer rental of fishing gear, kayaks and SUP-boards. Maybe you would like to challenge yourself and your friends by coasteering? Here are many small and big experiences that will ensure that everyone gets an unforgettable experience. And Sotra is the perfect distance from Bergen to give you peace and quiet without travelling too far.
The accommodation and meeting facilities of Marstein Lighthouse is run by the hotel. The lighthouse is situated in the open ocean a few kilometers from the hotel. This well-known landmark in the west is the first thing that greets sea bound travelers from Europe to Bergen, and it has a unique and spectacular location.
The distance from Bergen city center is 36 kilometers, which takes about 40 minutes to drive. Follow national road 555 from Bergen city center and continue towards Sund until you see the sign saying Panorama Hotell & Resort by the junction of national road 153 (about 2 kilometers from the hotel). The distance from Bergen airport Flesland is about 44 kilometers.
You may use the Bergen Card when you travel. Find routes towards southern Sotra from Bergen bus station. The last bus stop is called “forlandsskiftet”, 1.6 kilometers from the hotel.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK945.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,345.00 per person|
By car: The distance from Bergen city center is 36 km, an approximately 40. minuts drive. Follow Rv 555 from Bergen and continue to Sund municipality, until you see the sign marked "Panorama Konferansehotell" at the exit to county road 153. (About 2km from the hotel). From Bergen Airport Flesland it is 44 kilometers.
By bus: You can also take bus number 450-459 (Sotra Sør) from the central bus station in Bergen.
By boat: With a fast charterboat you can get from the Airport to the hotel wharf in about 60 minuts. With RIB-boat it takes 20 minutes from the Aiport and 60 minutes from the city center.
|Oversikt Nord Classroom|
|Oversikt Øst Classroom|
|Oversikt Vest Classroom|
|Restaurant Vesterled Banqueting|
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