Det Hanseatiske Hotell

Address: Finnegaarden, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5809, Norway | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Bergenhus area of Bergen, is near Mount Floyen and the Funicular (Floibanen), Fish Market (Fisketorget), Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, and Hanseatic Museum (Hanseatisk).
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Historical Traveler Reviews Det Hanseatiske Hotell Bergen

¡Me encantó!


La ubicación es PERFECTA...está justo en el centro de Bergen al lado del agua. Tampoco es TAN exageradamente caro teniendo en cuenta los precios de Noruega. La habitación era una maravilla, grande y con estilo. El baño tenía tanto una bañera grande con patas como una buena ducha independiente.

Great Hotel... not room 31...


Great little hotel (16 rooms) .. flat panel LCD TV.. big fat king sized bed.. seating area.. nice desk.. but watch out for room 31..

looking over the recycle area of the restaurant next door.. CRASH goes the glass every once in a while.. I flew out of bed.. and yelled... "" You must be kidding.. do you not know that this is a Hotel".. oh well, the ugly American strikes again... I'm not sure that the 'a/c' button by my bed worked.. the bathroom at a fancy clawed tub.. two modern bowl sinks.. a walk-in shower stall.. then I open the door in the bathroom expecting to find a closet.. but NO.. it was another part of the bathroom with a second toilet and a second walk-in shower.. only this shower was big enough for 4 people!... I did not eat at the Hotel Restuaruant but their bar was nice.. they stayed open for the entire night.. when they stopped serving I went up to my room and cleaned out the mini-bar... wow.. that must have been expensive.. Anyway.. it's a charming little hotel.. far better than the First Marine up the street.. It's a bit hard to find the entry way to this hotel.. if you at the Seaport looking at the Hanseatic Museum, walk around to the right to find the entry way to the hotel.. Even the taxi drivers in Bergen did not know where it was. Don't take room 31 if you can avoid it.. try the others.. all nice.. our group took the entire hotel...

Sehr schönes Hotel


Mein Mann und ich verbrachten in diesem Hotel unsere Hochzeitsnacht. Dieses Hotel wurde vor kurzem in Bergen eröffnet und ist komplett renoviert worden, aber in den Zimmern wurden ein paar alte Details belassen, was den Zimmern meiner Meinung nach Charme verleiht.

Unser Zimmer war sehr schön (wir wohnten in einer Junior Suite), und verfügte über ein echt tolles, großes Badezimmer und eine Badewanne. Auch das Frühstück war spitze und bot eine gute Auswahl. Die Angestellten waren freundlich und hilfsbereit, obwohl einige von ihnen offensichtlich neu und etwas unerfahren waren... aber insgesamt sehr gut.

Die Lage hätte nicht besser sein können, um Besichtigungstouren zu machen, zur Seilbahn läuft man nur ein paar Minuten die Straße hinauf und der Fischmarkt befindet sich direkt auf der andern Straßenseite. Wir können dieses Hotel echt empfehlen, falls Sie etwas Reizvolleres als nur ein Standardzimmer suchen!! :)

Very nice hotel


My husband and I stayed at this hotel for our wedding night. This hotel recently opened in Bergen and it is totaly renovated, but still they kept some old touches in the rooms, which I really think gives some charm to the rooms. Our room was very nice (we stayed at Junior suite), with really great big bathroom and bathtub. Breakfast was great too, with nice selection of food.

Staff were friendly and helpful, although some of them were clearly new and a tad inexperienced...but overall very good. Location for all sightseeing could not be better, with the funicular station a few minutes' walk up the street and fishingmarked right across the street. We really recommed this hotel if you want something more charming, than just standard rooms!! :)

Cosy, Convenient and Characterful !


This hotel provides an excellent base for exploring this charming town. Natural wood and traditional styling abound. The only possible criticisms were that our otherwise comfortable and well-appointed suite was too dark..i.e. the lighting was certainly more style than substance! I appreciate that it gets dark early at this time of year but much greater lux values are necessary in a room of this sort. As a family of three, we actually stumbled our way round the smallish room to get dressed etc, which was a shame as this really is a minor criticism of what was a very happy stay. Staff were friendly and helpful, although some of them were clearly new and a tad inexperienced...but overall very good. Location for all sightseeing could not be better, with the funicular station a few minutes' walk up the street.

Small but perfectly formed


The location of this hotel couldn't be better - less than a minute from the Torget, a few minutes stroll from Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf and right in the centre of town.

The room we stayed in was small enough, but had everything you could want. The bed was very comfy, and the decor, fittings, bed linens and everything in the room was really high quality, and very impressive. The room, and hotel, had great charm.

I'd be happy to stay there again, and would highly recommend it.

Hotel staff we friendly, helpful and made good recommendations.

Couldn't agree more!!


This was one of the best surprises on our trip to Norway. As the hotel has only opened in May, I suppose I was expecting a few hitches that go with a new establishment - how wrong was I !!! This is a very "can do" place, no request was too much. We arrived on the boat from Balestrand at 12 and were given immediate access to our room. They sorted internet problems we were having with our laptop, recommended somewhere for lunch, booked dinner and sorted our laundry, all in the space of 20 minutes. Well, so what you may say; we would generally say similar, however these were problems for us in similarly priced establishments in other places in Norway (in one hotel, which only opens 10 months of the year, we were informed the laundry lady was on holidays!!).

The location is excellent, the rooms beautifully decorated and the staff wonderful. This will be the number one hotel in Bergen very soon!!

Excelent hotel!!!


We actually booked the First Hotel Marin but on arrival we were told that it was full and that they were putting us in this hotel instead. What a stroke of luck!! One of the nicest hotels I've stayed in ever! We got a suit which was quite big, had 2 TVs, large bed, 2 comfortable chairs, plenty of storage, big bathroom with bath, walk in shower, 2 sinks and the toilet was separate again. The hotel is right in the heart of the town but we didn't hear a thing from outside or other people the whole time we were there. Fantastic hotel and a fantastic weekend in Bergen!!

TripAdvisor Reviews Det Hanseatiske Hotell Bergen

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Bergen


A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Oct 21, 2014

13 photos

... Taking in the train from Bergen along the fjord up to the town of Voss (where the speciality is boiled sheep's head - safely we weren't there long enough to try it). From Voss we took a bus to the village of Gudvangen at the head of the Nærøyfjord, apparently one of Norway's most beautiful fjords. From here we took a ferry along the Nærøyfjord and around a corner into the Aurlandsfjord, to the village of Flåm. After a ...

Beautiful Bergen

A travel blog entry by keshiak on Sep 14, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... was chatted up by a drunk man asking me on a date and trying to give me a leaf he found, aaaah the beauty of Bergen. After I told him to kick rocks, I made my way closer to the water so I could watch the sunset, eat a very expensive meal ($34 for a bit of fish, salad, and potatoes .. my wallet was violated, as it has been through much of Norway, but I’ll touch more on that later), and get some pictures. A beautiful evening until some kids decided to let the air out of ...

Bergen and Early Mercantilism

A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 12, 2014

5 comments, 13 photos

... dates to the early 1700s (1708) but the floor and foundation had a couple hundred more years on that.

Let’s just say that there are no marbles for sale in Bryggen (or they’re all found in the same spot)!

With the travel and rain, we walked around town a bit, sampled the local beers, and visited some antique shops and galleries. Neat town and we’re looking forward to exploring before our long ferry ride back to Denmark in the ...

Oslo to Bergen: nice train ride to a charming city

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Aug 05, 2014

24 photos

... station to ask, found out that if we walked, it would take about 15 minutes. Looking at the cobble stoned walkways, and our luggage, we decided to take a taxi. This time the taxi fee was reasonable, about $20. And our driver was a nice guy from Ethiopia.

Coming out of the train station we already had a good feeling about Bergen. Riding in the taxi and seeing more of the city, we started to really like it. It turned out our hotel was right next to the famous ...

Day 4 - Bergensbanen

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty on Jul 28, 2014

17 photos

... door had said the name of the street in which I live. I went and stood by the wall next to the door and pressed my ear to the wooden frame. I could hear a woman's voice saying in amusement: "he doesn't even know that the street is part of the long ancient road that runs through cities, forests and plains to the golden palace in the jungle. Most people have forgotten the context of the phases of the path and the direction that gave rise to it and secretly continues to govern it. The ...