Centrally located on Torgallmenningen square in the heart of Bergen, within walking distance of Bergen`s most popular attractions, restaurants and shopping.
Welcome to the Thon Hotel Bristol,- in the very heart of Bergen- and within walking distance of public transport and Bergen's main attractions.
The hotel has 134 rooms, most of which are doubles. All rooms are well equipped with TV, mini-bar, telephone, hairdryer and trouser press. Rooms for disabled guests are also available.
We offer both standard, superior and suite-rooms. Standard rooms fit 1 or 2 persons, and include either a single bed, two twin beds or a queen bed. Superior rooms are larger, and include amenities such as bathrobe, coffee machine and kettle. Suites also offer a whirlpool, as well as the possibility for an extra bed for a third person. All rooms have a minibar, cable-TV, a work desk, iron and ironing board, and WIFI-internet.
A delicious breakfast buffet is served in our restaurant. A light evening meal is also included for our corporate guests. We offer free breakfast for all our guests.
Free wireless internet access. Parking facilities nearby. Our lounge on the 3rd floor is open every day for our guests. In the lounge you can relax with newspapers, TV and a good cup of coffee. The lounge can also be used for meetings.
Thon Hotel Bristol recommend Ricksstuene with a capacity of up to 120 guests for conferences (theater style). Enjoy Bergen, at a price that will really allow you to enjoy a great holiday!
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK548.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK895.00 per person|
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