Located in beautiful surroundings, the hotel is a perfect starting point for exploring Fjord Norway. Fully equipped rooms, in harmonic, bright colors.
Alver Hotel has fully equipped rooms, in harmonic, bright colors. Located in beautiful surroundings, the hotel is a great starting point for exploring Fjord Norway, for example through fishing trips or fjord sightseeing.
Our single budget rooms all have a tv and a private bathroom with shower.
The hotels single rooms are comfortable with a pleasant interior. All rooms feature a private bathroom with a shower or bath tub and also a hairdryer. Some of the rooms have a minibar.
The double rooms are comfortable with plesant interior. All rooms have a private bathroom with a bath tub or a shower and also a hairdryer.
Possibility for extra sleeping arrangements for up to 3 people, in a bed/sofa/baby bed.
All rooms have wireless internet available and breakfast included.
The family-run Alver Hotel was established in 1957 in the rural surroundings of Alversund, on the farm where the well-known Norwegian author Amalie Skram spent much of her childhood, just a short distance from Bergen.
The hotel has 48 comfortable rooms (88 beds), meeting/event capacity for up to 100 guest, Amalie Restaurant and Bar and the pub "Skramkjellaren".
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|Sal A Classroom|
|Sal A Theatre|
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|Sal B Classroom|
|Sal B Theatre|
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|Sal C Classroom|
|Sal C Theatre|
|Sal C U-Shaped|
|Sal D Classroom|
|Sal D Theatre|
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