New Scandic Hotel to Open in Norway

Good news from Norway: Scandic, a Scandinavian hotel brand, and Øgreid Eiendom have signed a contract to build a new hotel in the center of Stavanger, due to open in 2013.

The property will have 210 rooms, including some for disabled guests, as well as a restaurant, lobby bar and meeting rooms. (Meeting facilities will cater to up to 300 people.) The building will also have a underground garage (great for January) and a gym.

Scandic’s Country Vice President in Norway, Svein Arild Steen-Mevold, said in a statement that the brand was “growing rapidly in Norway," and had added seven new hotels to its portfolio since 2010. 


Suggested Articles:

Antigua and Barbuda has opened its borders to all countries via a daily flight from American Airlines out of Miami. Here's what you need to know.

A majority of Americans are looking forward to travel again, both internationally and domestically, according to new research by Zapwater. Read more.

Milos Davidovic was announced general manager of the new Barbary Beach House Key West, a 184-room, oceanfront property overlooking Smathers Beach.