This 1890s hotel lies on the fringe of Bergen in a part of town that is rapidly gentrifying. You can often find rooms here when the hotels in the city center are fully booked. The location isn't that far out -- it's a 10-minute walk to the train or bus station. The converted four-story town house is in an attractive university area near Grieghall and Nygård Park. The rooms are traditionally furnished, often with antiques. Accommodations vary in size, but all have good beds and adequate bathrooms. A neighboring building (furnished in the same style) accommodates overflow guests. Breakfast is served in the dining room; later in the day, sandwiches, small hot dishes, and wine and beer are available there.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2010