When you stay at Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø, you'll be ideally situated to explore the city's rich history and culture, as well as the beautiful natural surroundings of Northern Norway. Guests can look forward to rooms, a central location and an evening meal every night.
Central location in Bodø
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø is located in central Bodø near the Glasshuset shopping street, numerous cafés and restaurants, and the harbour. Bodø's main tourist attractions, including the Luftfartsmuseet (Aviation Museum) and Galleri Bodøgaard, are also within easy reach of the hotel.
Fika & evening meal included
In addition to our daily breakfast buffet, all our guests can also enjoy a daily "fika" with coffee and something sweet, as well as an evening meal, at no extra cost. You can find more information about our meals here at the hotel under Services. The hotel also has a lobby bar where you can enjoy a range of beverages, snacks and light meals.
Gym & wellness
Guests get a discounted rate on entry to the Rapida Balansen gym right opposite the hotel. Rapida Balansen features a modern gym studio and group classes such as spinning, as well as a lovely wellness are with a jacuzzi, sauna and spa treatments.
The hotel's conference centre has two conference rooms with a capacity for up 30 people in each. You can find out more about our conference facilities here.
The hotel provides a colourful and modern place to stay with lovely historic details including classic interior design and distinctive post-war architecture. The well-known author Knut Hamsun is just one of the many famous people who stayed here and he wrote Segelfoss By (Segelfoss Town) in one of the rooms.
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø has a long and dramatic history, stretching all the way back to 1850. On 27 May 1940, Bodø suffered extensive bombing raids and Anna Hoseth was alone in the hotel at the time. After seeking shelter in the basement, she was rescued at the last minute by a soldier. He came back to visit the hotel many times after the war had ended. A mirror that was one of the few things to have survived the bombing still hangs in the dining room today.