Bergen: venues for large and small meetings

Bergen, Norway's second largest city after Oslo and the gateway to the fjords, offers a variety of conference hotels to suit all groups.

Venues for more than 200 people 

Grand Terminus: This classic yet modern hotel, located in the centre of Bergen, opened in 1928 and offers 131 rooms, with conference facilities catering for up to 400 and banquets suited to groups of 300. 

Scandic Ornen: The 368-room property, which opened in May last year, is one of Bergen's newest hotels and also one of its largest conference hotels, with 16 meetings spaces, the largest catering for up to 400 for receptions. 

Thon Hotel Bergen Airport: The 247-room hotel, two kilometres from Bergen International Airport, can host up to 250 for a conference and 200 for banquets. Various incentive activities such as cycling and hiking are available close to the hotel.

Venues for less than 200 people 

Alver Hotel: This modern hotel, in the rural surroundings of  Alversund, on a farm and a short distance from Bergen, has 348 rooms and meeting capacity for 100 people, as well as an on-site restaurant and bar. 

Augustin Hotel: Centrally located in the shopping and harbour area, Augustin Hotel has several meeting spaces, the largest hosting groups of up to 100. The venue is within walking distance of many of Bergen's sights, such as the Fishmarket and Floibanen funicular. 

Westland Hotel: Situated in rural surroundings with a panoramic view to the fjords, the mountains and the sea, and only 50 minutes from downtown Bergen, Westland Hotel offers 86 rooms decorated in modern colours and designs. The hotel can host banquets for up to 150 people and has five meeting rooms. 

More: 

Grand Hotel Oslo announces renovation plan

Scandic to launch signature hotels

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