Comfort Hotel Holberg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Hotel Holberg Bergen
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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TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Hotel Holberg Bergen
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Day 1 - We arrive late in the evening after flying from Stockholm to Oslo and then catching a connecting flight out to Bergen on the West coast of Norway. We were hoping for snow but it is raining quite heavily.
Once at the hotel we order up a burger each from the restaurant - they are huge(!) - and then head to bed after a long day of …
... mucking about like you do for Cook Strait. The three ferries cost a total of about $65 for the car and 2 people i.e. only $20 each time.
The road around the fjord got down to one lane in places, but still lovely smooth tarmac. Some of the scenery reminded me of the southern arm of Lake Whakatipu going down to Kingston and other parts a bit like the drive up the Firth of Thames to Coromandel.
With the additional rain the many waterfalls were ...
... Bryggen Museum at about 10.40, to find there was an English tour at 11.00 and there were three places left, two of which we grabbed. Spent the waiting time having a look around the areas of the museum not included in the guided tour. We looked at an amazing runes exhibition, rune sticks found in Bergen were on display, basically they are bits of wood six to 30 centimetres long carved with runic inscriptions, (Viking writing) with all kinds of messages. One refers ...
... nuts, and then Parma ham, sliced cheeses and soft boiled eggs with homemade granary bread, followed by mini Danish pastries." And me? Still couldn't find the bacon. It was actually a nice clear day today so we caught the funicular up the side of the mountain and took in some of the big city views of Bergen you get from the top. There had been fresh snow up here so we had a walk around one of the many paths that led through the forests and around a lake. It was just like walking around ...
... pass for 200K had paid off as with the off season closures I had only spent 180K on admissions.
There was an art gallery behind the hotel which included a Munch collection but I completely forgot because of the weather. I didn't end up taking the funicular because of the rain and I had a good view ...