Radisson Blu Royal Hotel
Few places in the world are as visually charming as Bergen’s historic wharf of Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is also the location for the stunning Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.
Bergen embodies the region's historical role in the Hanseatic League's trade empire, retaining a traditional aesthetic of vibrantly painted wooden buildings and simplistic architecture. Unlike many modern hotels, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen forgoes traditional high-rise style architecture in place of a skillfully crafted exterior, which allows this hotel to blend in perfectly with the delightful surroundings of the wharf.
Guests may choose from 342 striking room and suites, all furnished in a chic, modern style. After settling in to your room, take advantage of the many amenities offered by the hotel, such as Free high-speed, wireless Internet, access to our fitness center and Turkish spa, and an underground car parking (subject to fee).
Food lovers can indulge in Italian cuisine at Filini or enjoy American inspired fare at Madam Felle, both located conveniently on-site. No matter your reason for visiting Norway, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen ensures a comfortable, convenient and altogether stunning stay in Bergen.
Discover the spirit of Norway from this hotels location in Bergen city center
From the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel’s location in Bergen city center, guests benefit from premier access to some of the greatest experiences the city has to offer. Cultural attractions and public transport are within walking distance, making sightseeing convenient for both business and leisure travelers. Soak in the sights and sounds of Bryggen, the city’s historic wharf, which originally served as Bergen’s central hub.
Bursting with rich Norwegian culture, Bryggen is densely packed with vibrant wooden houses, winding alleyways and bustling fish markets. Guests will enjoy the short 20 minute commute from the airport, as well as the two minute walk to the thriving pier area.
NOTE: You can book this hotel from September 2016.