Hotels near Bryggen
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Travelers who love dining with a view of the waterfront will love spending time at Bryggen. The collection of museums and pubs are exciting to explore, and the shops offer unique souvenirs to take home. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Bryggen

Lars Hillesgt9, Bergen
from $194
Bergen Travel Hotel
Bergen Travel Hotel
Vestre Torggaten, 20 A, Bergen
from $1150
Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen
from $20
M&P Budget Studios
M&P Budget Studios
Sigurdsgate 8, Bergen
from $85
Bergen Apartments
Bergen Apartments
Hennebysmauet 11, Bergen
from $70
Scandic Neptun
Scandic Neptun
Valkendorfsgate 8, Bergen
from $14
Bergen City Apartments, Halvkannesmauet 12
from $66
Scandic Byparken (Formerly Rica Hotel Bergen)
from $15
Haukeland Hotel
Haukeland Hotel
Jonas Lies vei 59, Bergen
from $88
Bergen City Apartment NHH
Bergen City Apartment NHH
Søndre Øyjorden 42 Kjeller, Bergen
from $112
More About Hotels near Bryggen...

What’s Bryggen? 

Listed as a World Culture Heritage site by UNESCO, Bryggen was once know as Tyskebryggen. In times past, the wharf was home to multiple commercial buildings; however, it now sports 62 colonial buildings, plus a few shops and eateries. 

Which Hotels Have the Best View near Bryggen?

Boasting a fitness center and a sauna, the Clarion Collection Hotel Havnekontoret offers sea views. If you need an airport shuttle or the use of a business center, then the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen is a better choice. 

What are the Benefits of Staying at a Hotel Near Bryggen?

When staying at a hotel near Bryggen, you'll be able to walk to such attractions as the Hanseatic Museum. Travelers can also take a guided tour of the city, or do a little fishing.

What Do I Need to Know About Bryggen? 

St. Mary's Church is among the historic dwellings that you won't want to miss. In fact, it is oldest and tallest building at Bryggen. Also, you'll want to pack a good pair of sneakers to walk down the cobblestone streets, and a camera to capture the wharf's beauty.