A modern hotel in the centre of Bergen situated close to all the cultural activities. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, all of high standard.
Scandic Bergen City is a modern conference hotel with 254 rooms of high standard.
Our guests can choose between single, double/twin or superior rooms. Single and double rooms have amenities such as TV/Pay-TV, minibar, free wireless network. Private bathrooms with shower or bathtub.
Superior-rooms are larger double rooms, with TV/Pay-TV, minibar, water boiler, and free wireless network. Larger bathrooms with bathtub or shower and a hairdryer.
The hotel is located in the heart of Bergen with shops, theatres and the fishermans wharf within walking distance. There are also a selection of restaurants in the hotel neighboorhood to cater for all tastes.
We offer 12 meeting rooms in our conference department and cater for all needs, from executive boardroom meetings with 10 persons, to plenary sessions with a capacity for 650 persons. The hotel is a natural choice for larger conferences and congresses and has a fully equipped conference department in regards to technical equipment and highly trained conference staff.
The hotel offers conference center called Magnus Barfot Kino og Konferanse senter with 5 meeting rooms in theatre style setting with a total capacity of 1060 seats. The conference senter is used as a movie theatre and has the state of the art technical "plug & play" equipment used for meetings. With movie theatre seats, surround sound system and big screen, the Scandic Amfi is a perfect setting for plenary meetings from 150-300 participants.
The hotel has external event and audiovisual partners and we guarantee all inclusive high quality productions.
|Dragefjellet kongresshall||585 m²||600||250||-||-||320||-|
|KP 10 og KP 11||-||54||-||-||-||-||-|
|MB 1-5 (150-264 pax)||-||264||-||-||-||-||-|
|Musèplass + Strangehagen||100 m²||100||-||-||32||-||-|
|Salem Hovedsal||405 m²||650||300||-||-||-||-|
|Scandic KP 12||-||117||-||-||-||-||-|
|Tårnplass + Galgebakken||110 m²||110||60||30||34||-||-|
|Utstillingsområdet 1. etg||400 m²||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Utstillingsområdet 2. etg||150 m²||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Dragefjellet kongresshall Banqueting|
|Dragefjellet kongresshall Classroom|
|Dragefjellet kongresshall Theatre|
|KP 10 og KP 11 Theatre|
|MB 1-5 (150-264 pax) Theatre|
|Musèplass + Strangehagen Classroom|
|Musèplass + Strangehagen Theatre|
|Musèplass + Strangehagen U-Shaped|
|Salem Hovedsal Classroom|
|Salem Hovedsal Theatre|
|Scandic KP 12 Theatre|
|Tårnplass + Galgebakken Boardroom|
|Tårnplass + Galgebakken Classroom|
|Tårnplass + Galgebakken Theatre|
|Tårnplass + Galgebakken U-Shaped|
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