First Hotel Marin

  • Norway, Bergen

In an enviable, harbour front location, convenient for Bergen’s main attractions, this elegant hotel offers good facilities and spacious, comfortable rooms.  Located in an old wharf building façade, Bergen's main sights of the harbour, fish market and Fløiban funicular are only a few steps away.

Rooms

  • No. of rooms: 151
  • No. of buildings: 1
  • No. of floors: 7
  • No. of interconnecting rooms: 0
  • Annex:

All tastefully decorated rooms have bath, shower, minibar, satellite TV (pay movies), telephone, trouser press, WiFi and hairdryer.

  • Standard Twin Room (A3) sleeping 2-3 people is as above
  • Standard Single Room (F1) has the facilities as above, and the room is on request
  • Twin Room (B2) sleeps 2 people in a renovated superior room, and also includes tea and coffee making facilities
  • Deluxe Twin Room (C3) sleeping 2-3 people in a harbour view room, seating area and twa and coffee making facilities

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Like the other hotels in Bergen, Hotel access ok but resort suitablility for disabled not good, cobbled and some steep streets.

Meals

  • Full hot and cold buffet breakfast.
  • No of restaurants: 1
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Informal

  • Lunch service:

    Not included

  • Dinner service:

    Not included

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast

Bergen

Bergen is known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’, yet there is still plenty to explore within the city itself. The brightly painted gabled houses and narrow cobble-stoned alleyways of the famous Bryggen Wharf, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, surround the bustling Vågen inner harbour. Bergen also has UNESCO ‘City of Gastronomy’ status thanks to its varied and vibrant food scene. The Bryggen harbour is also home to the city’s thriving flower, fish and fruit markets and historical museums. Visitors can benefit from purchasing the Bergen Card, which provides an excellent value way to explore the city and the nearby surroundings.

 

City Breaks in Bergen 

Enjoy Bergen as a single-centre or city break with holidays available from 3 nights to 14 nights. The Bergen city card is an excellent choice to make the most of time in this city, which offers a wealth of cultural attractions and sightseeing opportunities. You can also visit Bergen as part of our escorted 4-centre Highlights of the Fjords group tour or one of our independent multi-centre holidays, Fjord Explorer, or Taste of Norway.

Things to do in resort

  • Famous indoor and outdoor fishmarket on the harbour front 
  • Historis 'Bryggen' museum of UNESCO World Heritage Site 
  • Large city park and gardens
  • International Festival Bergen (23 May -  6 Jun 2018) 
  • 'Night Jazz' festival (25 May - 2 Jun 2018) 
  • 'Bergenfest' music festival (12 -16 Jun 2018)
  • Ferry to the Bergen Aquarium 
  • Pretty, quaint old town on hillside to explore 
  • Great shopping opportunities 
  • Several museums (free entrance with Bergen Card) 
  • Arbotoreum and botanical garden at Milde 
  • Hop on/hop off city sightseeing bus 
  • Walking at Mount Fløyen or Mount Ulriken 

For panoramic views over the city take the funicular to the top of Mt. Fløyen. Concerts and cultural attractions abound for those on Bergen holidays, including a visit to the home of Norway's most renowned composer Edvard Grieg. In addition to city sight-seeing tours, efficient high speed express boats and trains open up a wide variety of day trips into the heart of the fjords, including the magnificent Sognefjord and Flåm Railway or Norway in a Nutshell.

Location in resort
  • Longitude: 5.326147
  • Latitude: 60.396553

For more information on travel and transport visit our Bergen page

Your holiday

Accommodation
First Hotel Marin, Bergen,
Bed & Breakfast

Holiday details
12/07/2019,
3 nights,
from Gatwick,
3 adults, 0 children
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Total party from:
£1584

Per person from:
£528