Beautiful hotel next to the theatre in Bergen city center. Breakfast and free wifi included.
Hotel Oleana opened on 1 June 2015 – a unique hotel gem on the popular Torgalmenningen square in central Bergen. Hotel Oleana offers 98 hotelrooms, an inviting lobby, bar and restaurant. The building dates back to 1926, and has been converted into a modern hotel with the old features preserved.
We want you to find tranquillity and feel at home when you stay at Hotel Oleana. Breakfast is always included in the room rate when you stay with us.
Standard double 2 persons:
Our standard double rooms (approx. 15 – 26 m2) have either a double bed (160 cm) or two single beds (80 cm). There is a wardrobe, desk with chair, TV, armchair, minibar and full-length mirror. All the bathrooms have a hair dryer and most have a shower. The occasional bathroom has a bath. Some rooms face the road, while others have a mountain view. Some rooms can be connected to a junior suite.
Superior double 2 persons:
Our superior double rooms (19–26 m2) have a double bed (150–160 cm wide) or twin beds (2x80 cm). There’s a wardrobe, desk with chair, TV, armchair, minibar and tea & coffee making facilities. The room fits a bed or cot and can be linked. The bathroom has a hair dryer, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion. One room has a bath and the others a shower. Rooms face the road or the mountain.
Deluxe double 2 persons:
Deluxe double rooms (15–26 m2) have a double bed (either 150–160 cm or 180 cm). There’s a wardrobe, desk with chair, TV, armchair or seating area, minibar and coffee maker. Some rooms fit an extra bed or cot. Rooms may be linked. The bathroom has a shower, hair dryer, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner and body lotion. Two rooms have a bath. Rooms face the road or the mountain. Some have a balcony.
Suite 2 persons:
Our suites (29–58 m2) have a bed (150–160 cm or 180 cm). There is a wardrobe, a desk and chair, TV, and armchairs. There’s a minibar, coffee maker, bathrobe, and slippers. Some fit an extra bed or cot. There’s a hair dryer, shower gel, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, a vanity and shaving kit, and toothbrushes. Most have a shower and a bath. Some face the road or the mountains. Some have a balcony.
Hotel Oleana offers three meeting rooms. Contact us for more information or to make a reservation.
When you stay with us you have all that Bergen has to offer right on your doorstep. Surrounded by mountains and the sea, Bergen is packed with good restaurants and popular bars, outdoor activities and experiences for all ages.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK630.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK1,160.00 per person|
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