Conference hotel, with direct access from Bergen Airport, Flesland. Design hotel with contemporary architecture, inspiring décor, art and music.
At Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport, you literally land in your hotel room, in the restaurant or in the conference hall! The hotel is built right next to Bergen Airport, Flesland, just a few minutes’ walk away. As such, it is the first authentic airport hotel in Norway.
We offer standard, superior and deluxe rooms. Our standard room is an elegant double-/twin room with shower or bathtub. The room is equipped with large pillows, a flat screen TV with free movie channels, a desk and a comfortable chair, a minibar and a hair dryer.
The superior room features a great view overlooking the runway, has a large bed with big pillows, flat screen TV with free movie channels, a comfortable chair and a desk, a minibar and a kettle for brewing your own tea or coffee. In the bathroom, you will find a hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body lotion.
The deluxe room is our biggest room. Most rooms have a runway view as well as all the amenities mentioned above.
A stay with us is the best way to start or finish a visit to Bergen. We have something to offer everyone.
We are the one music hotel in Bergen, which means that you will experience various music throughout the hotel.
When you start to feel hungry, we suggest that you head for our restaurant, which serves delicious international cuisine made from the finest ingredients.
Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport offers conference facilities on 1,600 square meters, which makes it one of Norway's largest conference hotels. Guests walk directly from their flight to a meeting room here at Clarion Hotel Bergen Airport. With 15 different-sized meeting rooms and spaces, the hotel can host over 1,000 guests a time, spread out across modern rooms and meeting spaces.
"Feel The Music" is the largest venue, with room for up to 700 guests in a cinema setting or 500-540 in classrooms. The wonderful venue is naturally lit by the sun and the ceiling is high, which makes the room spacious and bright, even with a large attendance. Stage, lighting and sound equipment can be arranged.
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