Det Hanseatiske Hotel
AddressFinnegaardsgaten 2 A BergenSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This is the only hotel to be housed in one of Bryggen's original timber buildings. Spread over two buildings and connected by a glassed-in walkway, extraordinary architectural features from Bryggen's days as a Hanseatic port mix with luxe contemporary fittings. It's undeniably atmospheric, though some rooms get the mix right better than others.
Our independent authors have visited Det Hanseatiske Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Bergen.
Description provided by property
Located in a 16th century building the heart of Bergen, next door to the Hanseatic Museum, is Det Hanseatiske Hotel. It offers unique rustic-style rooms decorated in dark, velvety colours and patterns.
The quaint Hanseatiske Hotel feature rooms with centuries-old timber walls, wooden furniture and leather sofas. Most rooms have bathtubs and separate showers. Free Internet access is available.
Finnegårdsstuene Restaurant offers fine dining in an intimate and stylish 17th century atmosphere. Casa Del Toro offers Mexican dishes.
The hotel is part the UNESCO World Heritage Bryggen district. Fløibanen Funicular is a 2-minute walk away.
Guests wishing to dine in the hotel restaurant are advised to make a reservation in advance. Please contact Det Hanseatiske Hotel for further details.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- 24-hour front desk
- Free WiFi
Hanseatisk Museum & Schøtstuene
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