This was my second stay at Augustine. Since I got woken up by loud music on the previous stay I was doubting if I should book it again. But Bergen is a tricky town for finding decent hotels at a decent rate. I've stayed a several places and they are all over priced and rather shabby despite the 4-star rating.
So on this stay I didn't get woken up by music but the stay was nothing spectacular. Small room, very stuffy untill I'd aired it out, most rooms are in a need of refurbishment. Small bathroom, breakfast very standard and really nothing out of the ordinary. If you are aware of what you're getting when you book you won't be disapointed but if you think your £150 in Bergen will give you the same standard as £150 in the UK you'll regret your choice of city.
My tip would be to find a small B&B or lodging house rather than try a hotel in Bergen.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Centrally located in town centre with some rooms overlooking the harbour. All main attractions within walking distance. Shopping district and pedestrian street just outside the hotel. Family run since 1919. Award winning design(intarsia guestroom doors) in interior. Rich selection of contemporary art in guest rooms and lounges. Wine spectator awarded wine bar and restaurant in 400 year-old six room stone-vaulted cellar. Ten years with best occupancy rate in Bergen as a mid-class, great-value hotel with a homey atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Augustin Hotel Bergen