Finnegaarden private rooms offers small and large function rooms in a historic setting on the iconic Bryggen.
We offer a unique opportunity to choose the menu which is the most appropriate for your occasion. By offering food from all three of our restaurants; Finnegaardsstuene, FG Restaurant & Bar and Casa del Toro, you get a dinner that best suits your event and taste. Our historical and intimate private rooms are perfect for conferences, weddings, confirmations, Christmas dinners, anniversaries and other private events.
We will help tailor your event the way you want it and we have projectors if presentations are to be shown. The private rooms are located in Finnegården, which is part of Bryggen in Bergen, which is on UNESCO's list of world cultural heritage. You cannot ask for a shorter walking distance to the city's sights.
Finnegården probably has its name after the farm Finne on Voss and is first mentioned in 1403. In the mid-16th century, part of the farm belonged to Erik Rosenkrantz. Only after the fire in 1702 was Finnegården rebuilt as we know it today.
Why not combine a restaurant visit in Bergen with a stay at The Hanseatic Hotel. A beautiful hotel with 37 exquisite and stylish rooms, in a very charming setting here at Finnegården. A stay at the Hanseatic Hotel is a different experience. We have put all our experience and soul into creating a high-quality hotel located on Bryggen in Bergen. We have combined this with real Norwegian hospitality. With its place in the center of historic Bergen, the hotel is an ideal location whether your trip is business or pleasure.
We have 3 private rooms.
Stue 1. Max 24 dinner guests on two long tables. U-table max 20 guests
Stue 2. Max 48 dinner guests on two long tables. U-table max 30 guests
Stue 3. Max 40 dinner guests on two long tables. U-table max 30 guests
Main restaurant: Max 76 guests on three long tables. Max 65 guests on smaller tables.
We do not have round tables available.
Stue 1. Max capacity class room setting is 16. Cinema max 20. U-table max 10
Stue 2. Max capacity class room setting is 32. Cinema max 40. U-table max 16
Stue 3. Max capacity class room setting is 26. Cinema max 34. U-table max 16
Stue 1: 28 square meters
Stue 2: 40 square meters
Stue 3: 37 square meters
Fløibanen will be closed for upgrading from September 20th 2021 until April 1st 2022.
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