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Scandic Hotels

Scandic is the largest hotel operator in the Nordic region with a network of more than 280 hotels in operation and under development with about 57,000 rooms in six countries. The strategy is to develop and strengthen Scandic’s leading position in the Nordic hotel market as well as to pursue further opportunities in the largest cities in Germany.

Scandic was founded in 1963 and since then, it has been a pioneer, driving development within the hotel industry. The portfolio, which has the largest geographic reach in the Nordic countries, includes hotels that are centrally located in larger cities as well as in business centers and airports, along major highways or in beautiful natural settings. The hotels vary in design depending on the location and type of hotel – but Scandic’s
popular offering can be found everywhere.

Scandic has a high rate of returning guests and “Scandic Friends” is the largest loyalty program in the Nordic hotel industry with almost three million members.
The customer offering is popular among business and leisure travelers as well as people who visit us just to eat, work or socialize. Scandic is constantly developing the concept to create the best hotel experience possible.

In 2019, Scandic has opened the historic hotel and event venue Scandic Falkoner in Copenhagen’s Frederiksberg theater district and signed an agreement regarding the operation of a new hotel in Copenhagen as well. Furthermore, the fifth signature hotel, Marski by Scandic, opened in the heart of Helsinki. In Germany, Scandic announced that it will operate a new hotel with 234 rooms in Munich in the Macherei area as well as one of Frankfurt’s largest conference hotels. The Scandic Frankfurt Hafenpark will offer 505 rooms, 2,000 m² state-of-theart conference and event space as well as one of the largest ballrooms in Frankfurt with 600 m². Both hotels, Munich and Frankfurt are expected to open in 2021.

Since 2015, Scandic Hotels Group has been listed on the Nasdaq stock exchange in Stockholm.