Stayed there one night the last day of august because of business. I really liked the old style, and that the hotel is an independent one, and not a chain- hotel.
I particularly loved the old hotel restaurant/diningarea "Palmehagen" (the palm garden) very exotic and untypically norwegian. The floor was crooked, very charming indeed!!
I got a very spacious nice room, (named after a famous norwegin painter Odd Nerdrum who surely has slept there once). It was nice and clean, but that goes without saying in a Norwegian hotel at that standard. I really would have been surprised and cross if it wasn't. But I also heard that other collegues got tiny, worn out rooms, so I guess I was lucky.
The breakfast didn't impress, it was average (but that is what I need) Location is good, and Trondheim is a beautiful and great city.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Britannia closed its doors in June 2016 for a full refurbishment of the entire hotel. The prestigious Britannia Hotel will re-open in February 2019. The prestigious Britannia Hotel is centrally located and offers great accommodation when in Trondheim. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Britannia Hotel Trondheim