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Scandic Gardermoen is a central, practical, sensible meeting place. It is only 7 minutes from the airport by car or bus, easily accessible from the E6 motorway. The hotel offers parking outside the hotel, and there is a shuttle bus to and from the airport.
The hotel is located 200 m from Aker Brygge and Karl John's street. The Art Gallery, Technical Museum, the Royal Palace and the Henie Onstad Art Centre are also nearby.
The Scandic Holberg hotel is a plesant, friendly bed and breakfast hotel with a prime location in Oslo's city centre. Conveniently situated in the centre of Oslo, near the downtown area.
A first class business hotel situated in Oslo city centre just a few minutes' walk from Oslo Central Station and the express train to the airport. Modern style hotel built in 1998, a total of 175 rooms all furnished with private facilities.
Scandic Forum Hotel is the highest hotel in the Rogaland region. It is built right next to the Stavanger Forum conference centre. The hotel is ideal for courses and conferences, offering attractive incentives, especially as it has a newly built conference centre as its next-door neighbour.
A first-class business hotel of a high international standard, ideal for both the business traveler, weekend trips and family holidays. Scandic Stavanger Park Hotel has a unique location, less than 200 metres from the bus and train station and only a few minutes' walk from central Stavanger.
Scandic Svolvær is centrally located on its own island in the middle of the harbour in Svolvær, Lofoten's capital. A suitable place for recreation, activities and holidays, as well as for courses and group activities.
This hotel was built in the Norwegian "dragon" style over 100 years ago. It is situated 350 metres above the centre of Oslo, affording a unique view of the city and fjord.
Scandic Narvik Hotel opened in march 2012 and is the citys most modern business hotel. The hotel is one of Northern Norways highest buildings, with an exciting exterior with the sloping glass facade supported by two towers.
The Scandic Seilet Hotel was built in 2002, situated in the centre of Molde. 169 modern rooms, restaurant, sky bar, lobby bar and banqueting facilities. Situated next to Molde station and Bjornson culture centre.