Comfort Hotel Holberg
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After breakfast we should enjoy a spectacular journey as we island hop from Stavanger to the capital of the Fjords,Bergen.
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later we arrive in Bergen and experience the history of this picturesque city on our orientation tour.
This is our first trip to Norway, and it hasn't disappointed so far. Due to some issues with flight changes, Ben and I ended up flying from Paris to Bergen on separate flights, but eventually both arrived safely and found each other at the hotel in Bergen, a quaint little town on the West Coast of Norway. Other than Oslo, this is the big tourist …
... the train stopped at Kjosfossen to see the waterfall - awesome sight and
very noisy from the water hitting the mountain on its way down. This is where the Norwegian folk music plays and the nymph does a dance up on a rock.
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
Just a few hundred metres from the World Heritage old harbour, close to shopping and the main square and near transport around the city, this hotel is splendidly located for a tired traveller. Rooms are modern, bright and clean with a more than adequate bathroom. Amenities are more than adequate. The morning breakfast caters to a diverse clientele.
While this is rated as a 2.5/3 star hotel, it is excellent value. If in Bergen, I would return to this Comfort Inn in a heart beat. Yes, I recommend this hotel unless your want 5 star service at 7 star prices, elsewhere.
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