Sleep within a UNESCO World Heritage site in our Bryggen hotel
The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Bergen is nestled next to Bryggen, the city's historic wharf area – one of Norway's most popular attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Bryggen is testament to Bergen's important role as a port during the days of the Hanseatic League's trade empire. The hotel sits next to a charming row of traditional, colorful wooden buildings lining the old pier, with beautiful views over the marina.
Modern amenities in a traditional setting
Rest comfortably in our vibrant rooms and suites furnished with stylish décor and contemporary amenities such as free Wi-Fi. Savor Norwegian flavors at the 26 North restaurant and enjoy tasty cocktails at the 26 North bar. During your stay, you can enjoy free access to our fitness center and sauna, or host your next business meeting in our unique settings.
At the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, we greet you with excellent amenities, a Yes I can!attitude, and the perfect Bergen city center location—right in the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage site.
Superior Room - Old Town View
Premium Room - Fjord View
Family Stay - 2 Connected Rooms
Friends & Family Stay - Multiple Rooms
Bergen is a city full of attractions, historic and modern, family-friendly or nature based. Check out our top pick below:
Discover the rich history and culture of Bergen through the city's museums, several of which lie within walking distance of our city center hotel. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage site over 35 years ago, Bryggen is the highlight of the historic wharf, showcasing iconic Scandinavian architecture that dates back to the 1700s. In this bustling area, you can shop, dine, tour Bryggen Museum and even test your wits against an escape room
Located on the opposite side of the harbor, Bergen Aquarium, Akvariet, is a family favorite and home to many sea life species from the tropics to the Norwegian coast. Journey through a specially designed tunnel as fish and sharks swim over head, and then visit the crocodiles, turtles, snakes and marmosets in the tropical section. Highlights for many include the charming penguins and the sea lions. Contact our reception for discount coupons.
If you're looking for a more athletic adventure, join Bergen Base Camp for mountain climbing or abseiling. Alternatively, you can trek up the 801 steps known as Stoltzekleiven, a few kilometers from the city center. Not up for a mountain hike? You can ride the funicular, Floibanen, from the wharf up to the top of Mount Fløien. This vertical rail line provides stunning views of the city in an 8-minute ride. If you want to go higher, take the cable car to the top of Ulriken for stunning views of the region.
Known as the gateway to the fjords, Bergen provides ample opportunities for exploring these natural wonders. Take a tour along one of the region's popular routes with an experienced guide from a choice of companies. Whether you're visiting for a weekend getaway or an extended holiday, you don't want to miss a fjord tour.
Located in Bergen city center, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel places you within easy walking distance of some of the city's most charming attractions. Enjoy a stroll along Bryggen wharf, the city's historic hub and a UNESCO World Heritage site. During your walk, explore the vibrant wooden buildings that line the east side of the harbor. You will also find winding alleys and busy fish markets that all complete the seaside ambience of this Norwegian city. To experience the best views that Bergen has to offer, take the funicular railway from the city center up to Fløibanen. At 320 meters, the city vista and fjord views are impressive. Bergen is also the gateway to Norway's magnificent west coast and the world famous fjords.
Public transport is within walking distance of the hotel, and the airport is just a 20-minute drive away. Outdoor car parking is available with nearby Europark. The cost is NOK 40 per hour and NOK 285 per day.
The hotel's postal address: P.O. 4812 Dreggen, 5835 Bergen, Norway.
From Bergen Flesland Airport
Bergen Flesland Airport (BGO) is well connected and is the second busiest airport in the country. There are many airlines operating flights across the rest of Europe and beyond. On arrival, the best way to reach the city center and Bryggen is by the airport bus, flybussen, which takes 35 minutes. The hotel is the last stop on the journey.By car:
The journey by car takes around 30 minutes (20km). At Bergen Airport, you can pick up a hire car on arrival from a choice of operators.
Take the scenic Bergensbanen railway with NSB, the national train operator. The journey takes around 7 hours but you will be well rewarded with views of the beautiful countryside on Northern Europes' highest mountain pass, Hardangervidda Plateau, which reaches 1,237 meters above sea level.