Centrally situated on Bryggen between Haakonshallen and St. Mary's Church. 2 minutes walk to the Airport bus.
Thon Hotel Orion is a completely renovated hotel with breakfast included in the room price. At this hotel you will always get “the little extra” when it comes to service, but also in the hotel rooms.
The hotel is within walking distance to Torgalmenningen (the main town square), the Fløibanen funicular, and many other of the city’s sights. Several parking spaces available outside behind the hotel at certain times.
Thon Hotel Orion offers 6 new meeting rooms with a top modern equipment. With a capacity up to 46 persons they wish conference guest welcome to small and bigger meetings.
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