The place for good food, wine and art! Centrally located in the city centre. Full-service hotel with 124 rooms. Gourmet restaurant Lucullus.
Scandic Neptun is a first-class, full-service hotel that provides personal service and quality in all respects. The hotel is famous for its collection of Norwegian contemporary art that adorns the whole hotel. The Neptun has 270 rooms, including several suites. All rooms are individually furnished in a distinctive style.
Scandic Neptun offers rooms in many different outfits, but common to most of them is that they are large and spacious with a lovely bath. Also, we offer free wireless internet in most of our rooms.
Standard rooms have amenities such as free wireless internet, a minibar, and television with numerous channels.
Our Superior rooms have a nice bedroom size, always a separate sitting area, desk and otherwise all the amenities that our guests expect to find on a full service hotel.
Scandic Neptun is known to be an art & culture hotel. We have renovated and named 5 special suites after Norwegian artists. These junior suites are individually designed. In addition to the artist suites, the hotel offers several different types of junior suites. All are spacious and tailored to the needs of those who want to spend working hours or free time in the room.
Even if you don’t plan on spending much time in your hotel room, it is important to us that you enjoy the time you do spend there. In our large Deluxe rooms you will find a lovely bathroom with bathtub, and in addition to standard facilities, its own bottled water, separate sitting area, and of course free wireless internet.
The bistro, Pascal Mat & Vin, is a popular meeting place for Bergen's food lovers.
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|NOK906.00 per person
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