A unique example of elegant Bergen classicism
Grand Terminus is a classic yet modern hotel, located in peaceful surroundings in the heart of Bergen, close to the railway station, car park, bus station, airport bus stop and city tram.
When it opened in 1928, it was the city’s most luxurious and exclusive hotel. Grand Terminus became Norway’s first listed city hotel, and is a unique example of elegant Bergen classicism.
The hotel has been renovated but still retains its classic, elegant style. It is widely known for its cuisine, and the Grand Whiskybar serves light meals and main courses in an atmospheric setting with a ceiling almost six metres high. The bar is the only one in the Nordic region to have achieved gold status in the official list of ‘Great Whisky Bars of the World’.