55 21 25 00
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating1283 review(s)
55 21 25 00
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating1283 review(s)
Grand Terminus is centrally located in the city center opposite the railway station and bus station. Charming hotel with an elegant, classic style.
Grand Terminus is a classic, and yet modern hotel, located in the centre of Bergen, Norway. New owners have revived what was once the city's most luxurious and elegant hotel when it opened in 1928. Grand Terminus is centrally located close to several parking garages, railway, airport shuttle, light rail and local and regional buses. We also have 10 bikes for free rental. The Fish Market and Torgalmenning is only a 5-minute walk away. The Grieg Hall and the Light Rail are also nearby.
At Grand Terminus our guests can choose between different rooms. Our Standard single rooms (10-15 sqm) and Standard double rooms (14-20 sqm) feature free internet access, WC with a bathtub or shower, a writing desk, chair(s), telephone with direct inward calling system, cable-TV, pay-TV, and a hair dryer. All rooms also have a minibar. The double rooms are newly furbished with quality furniture.
Our Triple rooms (20-30 sqm) are large rooms with possibilities of an extra bed. Amenities such as: free internet access, WC with a bath tub or shower, a writing desk, chair(s), telephone with direct inward calling system, cable-TV, hair dryer and a minibar.
Lastly, our upgraded large Deluxe rooms (20-30 sqm) have amenities such as a flatscreen TV, armchair, a writing desk, a seating arear, WC with a bathtub and heating in the floor, and most of the rooms also have original chandeliers from 1928.
The rooms have been renovated with attention to style and character. The Terminus Hall, as well as the smaller conference and meeting rooms have gone through careful and thoughtful face lifts.
Our good kitchen serves a generous breakfast buffet, and exciting and fresh lunch buffet, informal Tapas dinners, and grand feasts with 4 or 5 courses. On warm summer days the guests can dine in the garden.
Grand Terminus has the characteristic Whisky Bar, where there's an open fire, oak walls, and seven meters under the ceiling. The rich selection of whisky is of course supplemented by whatever the guest desires. It's a great place to both start and end your evening.
Grand Terminus offers 15 flexible meeting rooms and conference rooms. Terminus Hall with large windows for daylight is a favorite for conferences and larger corporate events for up to 370 guests. The hall is ready for streaming - save the conference to broadcast later or stream live.
The hotel also has a new meeting center on the 7th floor with the total of eight beautiful meeting rooms.
Located next to Grand Terminus you will find Villa Terminus, an exclusive 18 bedroom hotel with its own garden. Each of the hotel rooms is unique in size and style, with carefully selected, high-quality interior in a timeless Norwegian and Nordic design. You can read more about Villa Terminus here: Building with an exciting history - Villa Terminus
The hotel has taken several measures to develop a more sustainable operation. To reduce food waste at buffet meals, we encourage our guests not to overfill their plates, but rather help themselves to another serving if needed. The food waste that cannot be avoided is weighed and composted, and later used as soil in the hotel garden.
The hotel is also involved in an initiative to protect and create awareness of the threats faced by bee populations. Bees are threatened with extinction because of use of pesticides and the destruction of their natural habitat. Several beehives live on the roof of the hotel, contributing to the continuation of the population and gathering information on their living conditions.
|Ambrosia Tønnesen||39 m²||-||-||14||-||36||-|
|Dorothe Engelbretsdatter||80 m²||70||-||-||-||60||-|
|Elise Dethloff||110 m²||80||60||28||30||90||-|
|Inger Haldorsen||60 m²||50||-||-||-||42||-|
|Søstrene Hagelin||48 m²||-||-||18||-||26||-|
|Terminus Forum||113 m²||100||60||20||30||80||-|
|Terminus Hall||250 m²||370||200||36||50||250||370|
|Terminus Møtesenter (8 rom)||45 m²||-||-||16||-||-||-|
|Ambrosia Tønnesen Banqueting|
|Ambrosia Tønnesen Boardroom|
|Dorothe Engelbretsdatter Banqueting|
|Dorothe Engelbretsdatter Theatre|
|Elise Dethloff Banqueting|
|Elise Dethloff Boardroom|
|Elise Dethloff Classroom|
|Elise Dethloff Theatre|
|Elise Dethloff U-Shaped|
|Inger Haldorsen Banqueting|
|Inger Haldorsen Theatre|
|Søstrene Hagelin Banqueting|
|Søstrene Hagelin Boardroom|
|Terminus Forum Banqueting|
|Terminus Forum Boardroom|
|Terminus Forum Classroom|
|Terminus Forum Theatre|
|Terminus Forum U-Shaped|
|Terminus Hall Banqueting|
|Terminus Hall Boardroom|
|Terminus Hall Classroom|
|Terminus Hall Reception|
|Terminus Hall Theatre|
|Terminus Hall U-Shaped|
|Terminus Møtesenter (8 rom) Boardroom|
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