Opus XVI is an Edvard Grieg Heritage Hotel, a classic yet modern take on the luxury hotel experience, located in the very heart of Bergen.
Hotel, events, restaurant and cultural arena.
As relatives of the famous composer Edvard Grieg, our desire is to create a one of a kind hotel experience that offers our guests a taste of the composer’s remarkable life, his relationships and his unique life story told in our inhouse exhibition based upon his A minor concert, op. 16.
The hotel is housed in a historic and listed building from 1876, originally built as a bank. The spacious lobby used to be the main bank hall with coloumns and stucco lustro walls. The hotel has a restaurant, bar, local art exhibition, fitness room, meeting and banqueting facilities perfect for weddings and private celebrations.
Rooms & Suites
Opus XVI offers 65 unique and luxurious rooms & suites, each room individually designed. The unique architecture allows us to have an excellent variety of rooms and room layouts facing different streets and sights in Bergen. Enjoy the view towards Mount Fløyen or stay in a room overlooking the plaza of Vågsallmenningen or the Fish Market. Our wish is to preserve and cultivate the unique identity of the building and its history as well as making your stay with us something to remember.
All rooms has a wardrobe, workdesk, seating area, big flat screen TV with cromecast, tablet for personal use, minibar with drinks and snacks, safe, coffee/tea making facilities, iron/ironboard. The bathrooms has toiletries and walk-in rainfall shower. All rooms has dedicated WiFi access.
All suites has a separate bedroom, a bath tub in addition to walk in rainfall shower, livingroom with sitting area, some also with dining table and guest restroom.
Facts about our Rooms & Suites
The Opus XVI Experience, Classic rooms. Size: 18-19 sqm/193-204 sqf. Individually designed rooms
A notch above, Superior rooms. Size: 20-24 sqm/215-258 sqf. Unique rooms with dedicated seating area.
A taste of luxury, Deluxe rooms. Size: 23-29 sqm/247-312 sqf. Same level of comfort as our suites.
One of a kind, Mini Suite. Size: 37 sqm/397 sqf. Sitting area in a small niche, sofabed and same level of comfort and luxury as our larger suites.
Our signature experience Suites;
35 sqm/378 sqf. Facing Vågsallmenningen with panoramic windows, you can enjoy the citylife from your comfortable livingroom.
38 sqm/409 sqf. Facing Vågsallmenningen, livingroom with seating area and sofabed.
44 sqm/475 sqf. Facing Skostredet, view of Mount Fløyen and Vågsallmenningen. The suite can be connected to a double room, turning it into a two bedrom, two bathroom suite.
62 sqm/671 sqf. Facing Skostredet, view of Mount Fløyen and Vågsallmenningen. Including a separate room with workdesk, wardrobe, sofabed in addition to separate bedroom. Livingroom with seating area, dining table and guest restroom.
Suite Peer Gynt:
69 sqm/742 sqf. The perfect Wedding Suite! Two storey suite, bedroom with Canopied Grand King Bed and make up table. Livingroom with seating area, dining table and guest restroom.
A norwegian buffet breakfast and a la carte breakfast dishes is included in all our room rates.
The hotel offers practical, well-equipped and classic meeting and conference rooms. Harmonien offers capacity for up to 130 people in a cinema setup and Cafe Greco 120. The harmony is also suitable for banquets, weddings and Christmas parties. Projector, screen, sound system and the possibility of a stage can be arranged. In addition the hotel offers 3 meeting rooms for 10-20 people.
We are here for you
As your hosts when staying with us, we’d love to help to make sure you have the most enjoyable stay when visiting Bergen.
Britt & Alexander Grieg with team are looking forward to welcoming you to Opus XVI!
|Cafe Greco Banqueting|
|Cafe Greco Boardroom|
|Cafe Greco Classroom|
|Cafe Greco Reception|
|Cafe Greco Theatre|
|Cafe Greco U-Shaped|
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