If you go to Norway it is really worth to invest in rooms with the best view.
We tried three hotels on three different places, and we were enchanted.
In Bergen we picked the Clarion Hotel Admiral, for its splendid view on the wooden houses of the World Heritage Site “Bryggen” in the old port.
View from room 522, Hotel Clarion Admiral in Bergen
The famous Hanseatic Wharf, with its wooden buildings
The next day, after a three-hour bus trip along the scenic shores of the Hardangerfjord, we arrived in Eidfjord. Another room with a view was awaiting us in the Quality Hotel & Resort Voringfoss. When we entered the room we couldn’t believe our eyes.
View from room 303, Hotel Voringfoss in Eidfjord
The Voringfoss Hotel and the cruise ship pier
On the third day we made a sunny and scenic fjord cruise with ms Lady Anne to our next destination: Ulvik.
As we entered the fjord our excitement got tangible. The scenery was absolutely amazing. How much better can it get?
We wondered if our hotel was going to be the magnificent edifice along the waterfront, and yes, it was!
Ulvik in sight
Approaching the Brakanes Hotel
Fjord and garden view, room 410 in the Brakanes Hotel, Ulvik
4.45am, first sunshine on the mountains
View to the right