Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz is located in Bergen city center within walking distance of Bryggen, Fløibanen funicular and the Fish Market.
Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen is a newly refurbished conference hotel in the heart of Bergen city centre. At Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen, we emphasise those little extra touches that help to make your stay especially pleasant – like plush bathrobes and Bose stereo systems in every room.
If you want to get to know Bergen it will be hard to find a more perfect location!
The hotel has the famous Fish Market on one side and the historical Hanseatic Wharf on the other. Short distance to the funicular and shopping centre.
Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz has 129 high standard rooms, including several family rooms, all at reasonable rates.
Our standard rooms for 1 or 2 persons feature a minibar, cable TV, pay-TV, a workdesk and WIFI-Internet. The room has either a twin bed, two twin beds or a queen bed.
Superior rooms at the hotel feature a minibar, cable TV, pay-TV, a workdesk, WIFI-Internet, bathrobe and individual toiletries. This is an upgraded room suitable for up to 4 persons. The room has two twin beds, and additional persons will sleep either on the sofa or on an extra bed or in a cot.
The newly refurbished restaurant serves a grand breakfast buffet.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK673.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,045.00 per person|
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