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Stand Number: F250
Scandic Hotels Oy
Scandic is the largest Nordic hotel operator with a network of 280 hotels in six countries. Every day, our 18,000 team members work with one single goal in mind, to make our guests welcome to stay with us. Responsibility is a part of Scandic’s DNA and Scandic is the ‘best hotel brand’ in the Nordics.

Finland is currently considered to be one of the most interesting travel destinations. Natural wonders range from the Northern Lights to the Midnight Sun, not forgetting the country’s seemingly infinite number of lakes. In Finland, Scandic Hotels gives you a choice of 70 hotels in 31 destinations.
Scandic is the market leader in the hotel industry in Finland. In addition to Scandic Hotels we operate international brands: Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza Helsinki - Hesperia and Hotel Indigo Helsinki - Boulevard.

Marski by Scandic
Iconic Scandic Marski will be re-opened as the first Signature hotel in Finland after renovation in summer 2019. Signature hotels are developed with true devotion to bring out their individual character and unique identity to give our guests that little extra.

Sustainability at Scandic
We are an industry leader within sustainability and rightly proud of how we pioneered the pick-up-your-towel behavior and our fight to reduce food waste. 24 of our hotels in Finland have the Nordic Swan Ecolabel certificate. Last year Scandic hotels decided to stop using plastic straws and cocktail sticks and replace them with ecofriendly products and banned cage eggs in all its hotels.
Countries of operation
Denmark
Finland
Germany
Norway
Sweden
Product Categories
Conference Venue / Centre - Capacity over 1000
Hotel / Hotel Chain - Rooms over 1000

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Lenita Pihl-Salminen
Revontulenkuja 1 Espoo 02100
Finland

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Scandic ranked among best hospitality

Scandic has been reporting to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) since 2016 and has now

succeeded in raising its score to A-. This is very much the result of the company’s goal-oriented

and systematic work to reduce the environmental impact of its operations.

- It is thanks to the dedication of our 18,000 team members that we’ve been able to

achieve this. Together with our guests, they inspire us to do even more. We’re extremely

proud of this achievement and we will continue to push ourselves to be even more

sustainable, says Vanessa Butani, Director Sustainable Business at Scandic Hotels

Group.

- CDP congratulates Scandic Hotels for achieving the A- level, demonstrating

continuously strong environmental management procedures, and acknowledges

Scandic for their third consecutive participation within the Climate Change program,

says Micaela Quesada Longgren, Engagement Manager at CDP Europe.

Scandic is currently developing a new sustainability strategy that will be launched later this year.

It promises a sharpened focus and challenging goals firmly embedded in the company’s

operations.

Scandic has always been a pioneer when it comes to integrating sustainability in its operations.

The company began reporting on environmental aspects in as early as 1996. Today, 90 percent

of Scandic’s hotels are environmentally certified (by the Nordic Swan Ecolabel in the Nordic

countries, the EU Ecolabel in Poland and the Green Globe in Germany).

The CDP is a non-profit organization that offers the only global system for companies to

measure and disclose their environmental performance.

For more information, please contact:

Anna-Klara Lindholm, PR Manager, Scandic Hotels Group

Email: anna-klara.lindholm@scandichotels.com
Phone: +46 70 973 52 31
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30th April 2019

Scandic Hotels expands to Munich

The hotel will be part of the new area “Macherei”, which will undergo a total transformation, from

current industry area to an urban and vibrant neighborhood with space for art and culture, modern

offices and open meeting and communication zones. It is located close to the city center and wellconnected

to the airport and the Neue Messe München exhibition center. Scandic Munich

Macherei is designed by New York architects HWKN Hollwich Kushner and will be inspired by

typical former developed industrial areas such as Brooklyn in New York and is expected to open

in 2021.

The hotel will encompass ca. 11,000 m2 and have 234 rooms. Scandic Munich Macherei will also

offer an attractive restaurant and a roof-top bar to create a local social pulse and a vibrant event

scene.

Scandic has four hotels in operation in Germany - two in Berlin, one in Hamburg and one in

Frankfurt and a second Scandic hotel will open in Frankfurt in 2021. Expanding to Munich confirms

the company's German focus and strategy and the new hotel will be an important addition to

Scandic's hotel portfolio.

- Scandic Munich Macherei is in line with Scandic’s strategy to expand in the largest cities

in Germany. Munich is a sought-after city for hotel developments and we are proud to be

part of this project that will further raise the awareness of Scandic in Germany, says

Even Frydenberg, President & CEO, Scandic Hotels Group.

- We are extremely pleased to complement and diversify our existing portfolio in Germany

through a new hotel in Munich, one of the most attractive hotel markets in Germany,

says Michel Schutzbach, Country Manager Germany at Scandic Hotels Europe.

- We believe that in Scandic we have found a perfect partner for this project. Scandic has

a successful track record of operating prestigious hotels in Germany and will bring a new

design edge to the city. We’re very happy to have entered this agreement and are

hoping for future projects together, says Dr. Peter Ebertz at Art-Invest Real Estate.

Munich is the third largest city in Germany and a popular business location and financial center.

It is a major centre of art, technology, finance, publishing, culture, innovation, education,

business, and tourism in Germany and Europe and enjoys a very high standard and quality of

living, reaching first in Germany and third worldwide according to the 2018 Mercer survey, and

being rated the world's most loveable city by the Monocle's Quality of Life Survey 2018.

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30th April 2019

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