Scandic Torget has the best location in Bergen and the most magnificent view of the Fish Market. Scandic Torget offers comfort at a reasonable price.
Scandic Torget Bergen offers 173 rooms and is located in the heart of Bergen city center, and just outside the hotel is the Fish Market, Bryggen and Fløyen. In the hotel lobby you can make use of workplaces or relax with a good book that can be borrowed from the hotel's collection of Gunnar Staalesen's "Varg Veum" books.
There is also a separate lobby bar where drinks and light meals are served from the hotel's 24-hour shop.From our second-floor hotel restaurant, you can enjoy Scandic's award-winning breakfast, overlooking the Fish Market and the city fjord. In the evening, the restaurant is transformed into a cozy and warm bar lounge, with a pleasant atmosphere and serving of food and drinks.
Don’t miss a visit to Bryggen and the historical Hanseatic buildings. When in Bergen, you can take the train to the Flamsbanen railway and see fantastic ravines, waterfalls and rivers, and enjoy the beautiful landscape surrounding Bergen. Scandic Torget Bergen is close by attractions such as Bryggen, Torgallmenningen, Ole Bull Scene and Den Nationale Scene. If you have time, we recommend that you stop by Nordnes Park or take a hike on one of the 7 mountains surrounding Bergen. Bergen Flesland airport is located about 20 minutes from our hotel by car.
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||NOK537.00 per person|
|Single room||NOK888.00 per person|
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