Accommodation in Skien / Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggeparken
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Are you looking for accomodation in Skien, Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggeparken is located on Langbryggene in the center of Skien. with its bustling nightlife and good restaurants, and close to Telemark Canal. Here you live peacefully, just within walking distance to most of what Skien has to offer.
The hotel is located in the heart of Skien within walking distance to the city's attractions such as the Ibsen House, the Brekkeparken and not least the Skien leisure park with all its opportunities for fun for small and big. If you are excited about Henrik Ibsen, his childhoodhome Henrik Ibsen Museum, lies 4 km north of Skien center.
Afternoon Sweets and evening meal included
At Clarion Collection Bryggeparken, daily a good breakfast is served, in addition to Afternoon Sweets every afternoon. In the evening you will be served Evening Meal, with both main course, soup and salad, which all are included in the room rate. The hotel also has its own lobby bar where you can relax with a drink and light meals.
Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggeparken makes it easier and safer for you as a guest and therefore free of cash.
Pets are more than welcome. The supplement for pets is NOK 250 per stay. Be sure to let us know when booking your stay. Guide dogs live free of charge upon presentation of valid documentation.
Exercise at any time of the day if you like. The hotel has free weights, treadmills and yoga mats. If you would rather go for a run - just ask at reception - they have tips.
The hotel was built as a classic brick building in 2001 inspired by Skien's factory and industrial era. Here meets history and modern interiors in beautiful association.
The hotel's seven meeting rooms are well suited for most events. It does not matter if you are ten or 130 people - there is capacity for both small and large groups.
Find the hotel
Bus: Landmannstorget, 5 min walk (550 m)
Train: Skien train station, 1.7 km
Airport: Train or shuttle bus from Torp, 55 km, approx. 50 min
Taxi: Skien taxi tel +47 05210
About Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggeparken
Number of rooms 146 rooms - 300 beds
Number of meeting rooms 7 pieces
From 10 to 130 people
The hotel has a homely atmosphere specific to the Clarion Collection Hotel concept.
You can have breakfast in the hotel, waffles plus an evening meal.103 beautiful rooms with modern oak furniture, rooms of different sizes ranging from corner suites including separate meeting rooms plus balcony, to smaller rooms.
The conference rooms are of different sizes - up to a maximum of 100 participants. The hotel can accommodate all your needs in respect to hotel rooms, meals and a range and activities & entertainment.
Our trained conference staff will help you in every way.The hotel has a magnificent location on the pier at the entrance to the Telemark Canal in the center of Skien. Restaurants , cafes and shopping right outside the door.
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