Solstrand was built in 1896 as a holiday resort for the Bergen merchant-princes. Restoration and extension have allowed us to enhance the services we provide, but the "light, airy and picturesque wooden house" still retains its turn-of-the-century charm in a rich natural and cultural landscape. The hotel, with 135, rooms maintains the highest standards and regularly hosts tourists, incentive groups, an exciting mix of top management programs and a variety of recreational and social activities. We offer our guests to choose between different types of unique rooms, such as standard rooms (20-33 sqm) with or without a view, larger junior-suites with or without a separate bedroom (37-79 sqm) , or deluxe corner rooms. Junior-suites and deluxe rooms have balconies with stunning fjord views, and are quite spacious with up to 79 square metres to enjoy.  SPA with facilities for aromatherapy, massages, body wraps, facials and wellness treatment for feet and hands. The wellness centre is overlooking the fjord and includes: steam bath, sauna, icy pool, swimming pool, therapy pool and fitness room. Large garden by the fjord.

MEETINGS:

Solstrand is a favorite place for strategy meetings and meetings where the conversation and good decision making is important. Most of the meeting rooms face the sea with a nice view and natural daylight. We offer 6 conference rooms, 2 boardrooms and 20 different rooms for smaller groups. At larger international events, we can accommodate up to 200 participants. 

The location by the fjord makes it a great location for excursions to Bergen, Hardanger, Sognefjorden, Ole Bulls museum Lysøen, Rosendal and seaplane over the Folgefonna glacier.

Source: Visit Bergen
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Contact

Address:
  • Solstrandveien 200
  • 5201 Os
Phone:
56 57 11 00
Email:
hotel@solstrand.com
Website:
www.solstrand.com

Facilities

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