A design hotel for the most demanding and modern guest. Organic food, excellent training facilities and a central location provide that extra special feeling.
Zander K is dedicated to the very best principals of Scandinavian design — functional and highly considered. A comfortable, inspiring space designed to accommodate the busy social or professional stay.
Designed by Stockholm-based star architects Claesson Koivisto Rune. Zander K is the contemporary destination on Norway’s West Coast. We have made no compromises in the hotel’s ambition of good design for all; creating the ultimate affordable design hotel experience.
Zander K is conveniently located adjacent to Bergen’s train and bus terminal and well as Bergen Light Rail (Bybanen). Found in the cultural heart of the city. Perfect for experiencing Bergen’s rich music and art scene, or even launching out onto the mind-blowing fjords.
You can use one of our 20 free hotel bikes to explore the town, or park your own in one of our 75 indoor spaces. For car parking, Bergen’s ByGarasjen is a convenient 2 minute walk away.
Zander K covers all your contemporary needs. With a fully equipped gym to blow off some steam and a relaxing café bar to experience local organic fjordic flavours & craft beers. For events, our 3 meeting and banqueting rooms can be combined to host 150 people.
For your absolute comfort and convenience every floor has an ice maker, and also a vending machine with a selection of snacks.
Zander K’s 249 rooms are where practicality is proven to be beautiful. The architects Claesson Koivisto Rune, have considered everything down to the smallest detail. The rooms range from Single, Double, Superior / Delux and Junior suite. Offering 25 rooms designed for wheelchair users, 5 connecting rooms for families and one premier 55sqm suite.
|Season (1 Jan 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)|
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Single room||NOK990.00 per person|
|Double room||NOK595.00 per person|
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