Thon Hotel Bergen Airport is located 2 kilometres from Bergen Airport and has 247 rooms, conference facilities, swimming pool, squash courts and a gym.
2 kilometres from Bergen International Airport you will find Thon Hotel Bergen Airport with 247 rooms.
We offer our guests to choose from several rooms, such as standard rooms for 1 or 2 persons, superior-rooms and suites. Our standard rooms are spacious and inviting, with a total area of 20m2. You will find one or two beds, and a comfortable armchair. The room is equipped with electric kettle, minibar, TV, iron and of course a private bathroom.
Our superior business rooms are comfortable rooms with extra space and your own desk to get work done. Private bathroom with shower and/or bathtub, hair dryer and toiletries. Free wireless internet, telephone, minibar and TV with a variety of channels and movies. In addition to standard facilities, we also include a selection of toiletrise, bathrobe and slippers and Travel Magazines.
Lastly, there are two modern, stylish suites at the hotels top floors. They are very spacious with a large luxurious bedrom, a beautiful lounge with a meeting table and an inviting bathroom. The suites were redecorated in 2009, and must be seen!
The hotel has a relaxing area with swimming pool, squash courts and a gym – free of charge for our guests. Thon Hotel Bergen Airport is a modern Conference hotel with 15 assembly rooms, of different sizes, at your disposal.
You can park your car with no extra costs in the large outdoor parking lot.
The area around the hotel is excellent for outdoor activities such as running, cycling, hiking etc.
Restaurant Lindbergh is the natural first choice for dinner or lunch. The menu is mainly focused on local ingredients where cooking techniques and cooking methods are inspired by modern French cuisine.
Thon Hotel Bergen Airport offers free wireless network and free breakfast to all guests.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK 522.- per person|
|Single room||NOK 845.- per person|
Line 523-525 platform 18 at the Busstation
|Boeing 402 Banqueting|
|Boeing 402 Classroom|
|Boeing 402 Theatre|
|Metropolitan 502 Banqueting|
|Metropolitan 502 Classroom|
|Metropolitan 502 Theatre|
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