New hotel only a short walk from the terminal at Bergen airport and a 16-minute drive from Bergen city centre. Free shuttle bus to the airport.
Scandic Flesland Airport’s 306 modern rooms are designed with comfort, flexibility and functionality in mind. Our hotel places great emphasis on accessibility and practicality for all our guests – from business travellers to families. 30 of our hotel rooms will be accessibility rooms.
Our hotel has 25 highly flexible meeting rooms, of which the 2 largest will be a total of 1,045 sqm and 500 sqm. All our meeting rooms are equipped with the latest technology and covers every event – from smaller board meetings and daytime meetings to larger congresses and events.
Our hotel restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in pleasant surroundings. You are of course welcome to stop by, whether you're staying the night or not, and try our exciting food concept inspired by the Italian Osteria. Our hotel lobby bar will offer a wide selection of drinks.
Buses, taxis and the Bybanen tram are all close by our hotel, and there are good parking facilities in our hotel’s own underground garage. When you stay with us, you always have free WiFi in your hotel room and in the public areas. You also exercise for free in our well-equipped gym.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK599.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK999.00 1 day|
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