When you stay at Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø, you stay in the midst of Bodø's history and culture, surrounded by the beautiful north Norwegian nature. We offer gorgeous rooms, a central location and an evening meal every night.
Central in Bodö
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø is located in central Bodø, round the corner from the Glasshuset shopping street and the nearby harbour. From here, the city's selection of restaurants and cafés is close by. Additionally, Bodö's main attractions such as the Luftfartsmuseet - the Aviation Museum and Galleri Bodøgaard are within easy reach.
Complimentary evening meal
We want you to find peace and tranquillity and to feel at home when you stay at our hotel. Which is why we serve a complimentary light evening meal between 6pm – 9pm every evening. That way you never have to worry about where to go for dinner, because there'll always be something to eat 'at home'.
Relax in our hotel bar. You can order refreshing drinks, beers, wines, snacks and lighter meals here.
Our relaxation area has a wonderfully serene atmosphere, comfortable furnishings and access to the sauna, steam sauna and infra sauna. There's also an area for relaxation and socialising here, where you can relax in modern reclining chairs and where there'll always be something refreshing to drink.
We know the importance of being able to stick to your exercise regime, even when you're travelling. At Clarion Collection Hotel Bodø, you have access to our gym with treadmill, exercise machines and armchairs to relax in after your fitness class.
Well-preserved post-war architecture
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø offers a colourful and modern setting, where history is visible in the interior design and the distinctive post-war architecture. The well-known writer Knut Hamsun is among the hotel's many famous guests. He wrote the book "Segelfoss By" in one of its rooms.
History from World War II
Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Bodø has a long and dramatic history, stretching all the way back to early 1850. On 27 May 1940, Bodö suffered extensive bombing raids and at this time, Anna Hoseth was alone in the hotel. After seeking shelter in the basement she almost died, but was saved at the last moment by a soldier passing through, who came back to visit the hotel many times after the war had ended. Today a mirror hangs in the dining room, as one of the few things that survived the bombs.