Scandic opens yet another hotel in Norway

9th Jan 2012
Scandic opens yet another hotel in Norway

Scandic and the Øgreid Eiendom have signed a contract to build a new hotel in the centre of Stavanger. The hotel will open in 2013.

The architectural unique hotel will get a prime location, close to the heart of Stavanger. The hotel will have 210 rooms, including rooms for disabled guests. At street level there will be a restaurant, lobby bar and meeting rooms. There will be meeting facilities for the total of 300 persons, where the largest meeting space can cater up to a group of 100 persons. The building will also have a underground garage, and of course everything you can expect from a Scandic hotel such as a lobby shop, a gym and a leading sustainability program.

“Scandic is growing rapidly in Norway – we have been adding a total of 7 new hotels since 2010. It’s an important market, making this an exciting development for Scandic in Norway,” says Scandic’s Country Vice President in Norway, Svein Arild Steen-Mevold.

“Stavanger is one of Norway’s most important cities, with a growing hotel market. Our second hotel here will have a very central location and expand our room capacity in Stavanger to 450 rooms. The new Scandic in Stavanger will be a modern and inspiring addition to our chain” explains Steen-Mevold.


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