Conference Accommodations

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It is very important that you reserve accommodation early. July is peak tourism season in Norway and all types of accommodation will be booked out early in the year.
Online Booking now available!


Scandic Bergen City will serve as the Host Hotel for the 2020 International System Dynamics Society Conference. Scandic Bergen City is a modern hotel located in the heart of Bergen with numerous shops, restaurants, theatres and other various sightseeing opportunities, such as the fisherman’s wharf, all within walking distance.

Booking Instructions: Rooms have been set aside from Friday, July 17, 2020 to Thursday, July 23, 2020 at the rate of NOK 1190 ($130.20) single occupancy, NOK 1390 ($152.09) double occupancy, including breakfast, VAT, and internet per night. To receive the special conference room rates, please contact the hotel by calling +47 55333300 and ask to be connected to reservations. State that you would like to be placed within the SDS international Conference block of rooms.

ONLINE BOOKING for SCANDIC BERGEN CITY: Go to the Scandic Bergen City Hotel website and use the Booking Code: BCAP170720

Please make your hotel reservation by May 19, 2020. After May 19, the special room rate cannot be guaranteed. If you wish to extend your stay, Scandic Bergen will accept room requests for three days pre- and post-conference. This will depend on the availability of both space and conference-rate rooms.

Wireless internet: Wireless internet will be available throughout the hotel.

To learn more about Scandic Bergen City and the beautiful city of Bergen, Norway, please go to Visit Bergen.

If you have questions or problems regarding any of the information above, please contact: [email protected].


If you would like to find a roommate with whom to share accommodations, please go to the Roommate Forum - 2020 Conference. There, you can post about yourself and read posts from others seeking roommates for the 2020 Conference. It is up to the attendees to organize themselves. The System Dynamics Society will not play a role other than providing the forum.