If you stay at the Hotel Vic in Porsgrunn, you live centrally right close to nice niche shops, good restaurants and the beautiful river promenade.
In recent years, the hotel has undergone significant upgrades of both rooms and common areas, which creates a relaxed and cozy atmosphere.
Breakfast, afternoon coffee and dinner
Breakfast is always included in the stay, as well as free supper served daily, except Sundays and public holidays. Here you can also enjoy afternoon coffee with cake in the hotel's new lounge area.
If you want to work out, the hotel offers you a large and beautiful fitness room. In the lounge area you will also find the lobby bar, shuffleboards and big screen. There are also short distances to a fantastic archipelago, and activities throughout Grenland.
Course and conference
The hotel also has group rooms and meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 100 people in classroom layouts, and of course offers dining in connection with this.
How to get here
Train and bus station are in 4 minutes walking distance from the hotel.
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