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The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel has recently undergone a total renovation with an investment of 300 million NOK. It has now become the largest conference hotel in Bergen. The hotel is tastefully decorated with a Nordic feel and is centrally located on the famous UNESCO listed Bryggen.
Hotel Dølen - the oldest hotel in Setesdal - centrally located in Evje, by the river Otra.
Torsetlia has a fantastic location on the sunny side of Uvdal and Dagalifjellet. This gives a great view at Hardangervidda Nationalpark and the lovely...
Sognefjord Guesthotel is situated in the heart of the Sognefjord region, where snow-covered mountains with white waterfalls are reflected by the fjord.
The country’s first rock hotel opened in Namsos 2011 and is connected with Rock City - a resource centre for professional music and an action centre for Trønderlag rock.
Scandic Victoria Hotel is centrally located in the Olympic town on the popular main pedestrain street "Storgaten". The town is known for its charming old wooden houses.
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.
Welcome to an oasis of calm in the center of historic Bergen. The hotel is centrally located at the wharf in Bergen. Here you can stay in one of the city's most historic buildings, characterized by its long history and neo-baroque architecture.
Scandic Ørnen opens in May 2014 and will be Bergen's newest and largest hotel with 368 spacious, bright and modern rooms. The hotel will be one of Bergen's largest conference hotels, and is located in the cultural axis with short distance to the Grieg Hall, Bergen Kunstmuseum and Bergen's new swimming facility.