Thon Hotel Bergen Brygge

Bradbenken 3, Bergen, Hordaland, Western Fjords, 5003, Norway | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bergenhus area of Bergen, is near Leprosy Museum, Bergenhus Festning, Hakon's Hall (Hakonshallen), and Lysoen and Ole Bull's Villa.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Thon Hotel Bergen Brygge

    Convenient location


    In this convenient place it is nice to stay for appr. two days. Rooms are ok and people are friendly.

    You have to know that the bar and restaurant are closed! (this is not mentioned on the web page)

    Be aware of the inconvenient shower (Half bad) which is slippery also.

    Disappointing Hotel


    My husband and I stayed at the Bryggen Orion for 4 nights earlier this month. We had a standard room which was very small and poorly arranged.

    No proper wardrobe space or room for two suitcases. One of the beds doubled as a day sofa and was worn out and very uncomfortable. The lighting was poor and it took some determination to get a new bulb for the bedside lamp. The bathroom had no proper ventilation system, nowhere to hang anything, and the half tub with the shower was unsteady. The sink plug was missing and in spite of asking for another it was never replaced. The guide books promise a 'banquet' for breakfast but it was no more than average. A light buffet is served in the evening on certain nights which is included in the room rate.

    This hotel is obviously accustomed to having many guests who only stay for one night due to its proximity to the ferry terminal and for one night it is probably adequate. If you want to stay in Bergen for a few days to enjoy this lovely city then try another hotel.

    Use another hotel


    great location,but unfriendly staff,the bar was not open at all !,we asked for a room with a view but was facing an office block 20 yrds in front off us,room was quite spacious but only because we asked for an extra bed for a 5 yr old and charged us 100 nkr,we left breakfast because they has roast potatos and veg(leftovers from night before) the parking was 200 mtrs aways so take your brolly to get the car back as it always rains in bergen they also charge you 100 nkr for that service.But give bergen a try but stay somewhere else(sas radison)

    Great stay at Bryggen - every time!


    This hotel is great for short visits to Bergen. Excellent location, I found it quiet by night, but just around the corner from all the city activities and attractions.

    The food is really good and you will find tea making facilities in the rooms, which is rather unusual, probably a result of the many British groups staying here too.

    The most important detail - staff are really friendly and helpful.

    I used to stay at this hotel and many more as a tour guide, so when I compare it to hundreds of others, it still remains one of my very favourite city centre hotels.

    Convenient, but room quality varies


    You can't beat the location - right in the heart of Bryggen, the old city - and the breakfast buffet features a waffle maker and do-it-yourself eggs. There was also a free light dinner Monday - Thursday, which you'll appreciate once you see the prices in Bergen's restaurants. But avoid odd numbered rooms below about N45 (where N is the floor number) because these face a very busy street and the spotlight that shines on the front of the hotel also shines right into the room. Standard rooms are very small - opt for a junior suite. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and when I complained about the noise and light, they moved us to a better room as soon as one became available. All in all, a reasonable value for the money.

    Perefect for exploring


    stayed here last summer and found it comfortable and perfectly positioned for exploring Bergen on foot. Convenient parking too a bonus. Rooms were simple but well equipped, and we had a lovely view over the harbour Best of all was the amazing buffet breakfast- sufficient to keep us going until evening which is a bonus in a country where food is so expensive. Would highly recommend it as also good value for money

    Average, run of the mill hotel.


    Average, run-of-the-mill hotel. We visited here in February 2001 and arrived by train from Oslo. We found the hotel fine - nothing exceptional - but basic clean room with cable TV and en-suite bathroom. Hot buffet breakfast was excellent. Location great - all attractions within walking distance. Pleasant bar with open log fire in the evenings. However, the hotel has no quad rooms for families. We stayed here as the price was the cheapest amongst other comparable hotels in Bergen. Web site rainbow-hotel

    OK for a night


    I stayed here for just one night in January 2003. The hotell is located quite near the center of town so it is easy to get around in the city.

    The room itself was pretty standard: a couple of chairs, TV with the normal cabel channels, a waterboiler if you want to make some coffee or tea, a small fridge with drinks and chocolates and a small desk. The bad itself was a bit on the soft side for my likings and the pillow was too thin. The bathroom was quite small and there was only a shower curtain when it comes to the shower. This means that the water splashed all over the floor when I took a shower and the curtain kept sticking to my back. I don't have a big problem with that but I do of course have some thoughts about the fact that this shower curtain has probably been stuck to many other people.

    The breakfast was a traditional Norwegian hotel standard: bread (with all the stuff you can have on bread), cereal, egg in different variations and coffe/tea/mnilk/juice.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Thon Hotel Bergen Brygge

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

    Travel Blogs from Bergen

    A very pretty city

    A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 11, 2014

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... br> Our house on the hill here is very nice. It is owned by a young single guy who is an economist but hopes to get into the hospitality industry. He is fully booked all summer. He gave up his job for a few months to do this - another different lifestyle. He has a Jewish family moving in today after we leave. We are really looking forward to setting off on our cruise this afternoon. I hope this blog turns out better than the last one.
    Until next week
    Carol & Rob ...

    Oslo to Bergen: nice train ride to a charming city

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

    24 photos

    ... a storage unit that we can put things in! This hotel is definitely a winner! Can't beat its location and everything else is fine.

    After settling into the room and checking my emails, we went out to explore. I walked into every shop along the way, while Bob sat outside happily waiting. Again, everything I liked was terribly expensive, and I really did not want to buy just souvenir junk. But, just looking at the various things was fun! We walked, and I snapped ...

    Norway in a Nutshell

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... with our room and take a long walk along the shore front out of town towards Aurland, a small town down the coast. We pass a small marina and adjacent waterfall, heading back when the mist threatens to become rain. Our plan was to take the 11 a.m train up the Flamsdalen valley to Myrdal and catch the 1 p.m. train to Oslo. As luck would have it, we found ourselves at the train station when the 10 a.m. train was ready to leave, so we decided to jump ...

    Day 3 En route to Bergen

    A travel blog entry by beverlyndavid on Mar 13, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... talk on Andalsnes, our port of call on Saturday after Bergen so it was interesting to learn about the history and the sights of this town and surrounding area. It wasn't long before lunch time came around but despite a great choice we opted for just soup as our breakfast still hadn't fallen from its shelf !

    More interesting travelling tales from our dining companions, I am already thinking this holiday ...

    King of the Hill

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 23, 2013

    ... pagan ritual songs and dancing like hippies. Because you know, I'm open minded and tolerant like that.

    Anyway. I had to duck under a tree half way up to keep out of a rain shower. It was to be a day of rain showers - and I'd forgotten my raincoat (the genius of the man, I hear you say). While hiding under a big beast with a trunk twice the size of me, a brown and white spaniel appeared next to me and copied my shelter idea, looking all forlorn with it's dangly ears ...