Trondheim

Trondheim – youthful and historical with an international flavour

A large city by Norwegian standards, Trondheim has still managed to preserve the charm and intimacy of a small town. Trondheim is known as one of the typical wooden cities of Europe, and the city centre has many special wooden buildings, some built as far back as the 1700s.

Bakklandet is Trondheim’s old quarter, and lies on the eastern side of the Nidelva. It is most easily reached by crossing Gamle Bybru from the town centre. The old wooden buildings, originally workers' houses, have now been restored and converted into flats, shops and restaurants.

Trondheim is reputed to be the town in Norway with the most restaurants and cafes per person. You can find something for every taste and wallet. Local food is popular, and local farmers supply the town restaurants with fresh ingredients.

Hotels in Trondheim

Clarion Hotel & Congress

Centrally located near the town’s harbour and 5min from Hurtigruten pier, the Clarion Hotel & Congress is one of the largest congress hotels in Scandinavia and impresses guests with its spectacular architecture. The welcoming and modern rooms are well equipped and have access to free wireless Internet. The breakfast is included and offers a wide selection of hot and cold dishes. To enjoy a fantastic view of the city and the fjord, guests should pay a visit to the À-la-carte restaurant on the 9th floor.

Scandic Nidelven

Rica Nidelven Hotel is idyllically situated 17 metres out in Nidelven and is in walking distance to all of the city´s main attractions. The hotel is recognized by the magazine Horeca to have Norway's best hotel cuisine and has become nationally known for serving the best breakfast in the country. The hotel is decorated with art from several local artists and painters and offers free Internet access from every room.

Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav

Centrally located in the city centre of Trondheim, this stylish hotel lies next to the famous concert hall Olavshallen and in walking distance to the spectacular Nidaros Cathedral. Guests can choose from 106 modern rooms and suites with amenities like free high-speed, wireless Internet and the breakfast buffet which also offers a range of organic foods. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can help themselves at the light evening buffet (6 p.m.-9 p.m.).

Radisson Blu Royal Garden

Located on the scenic riverfront, this stylish Trondheim hotel houses guests in 298 comfortable rooms and suites with thoughtful amenities like Free high-speed, wireless Internet. Delicious dining options tempt travellers, and the on-site fitness centre offers ample exercise equipment for an effective workout. The premier event facilities include 18 meeting rooms and a lavish banquet hall that can accommodate up to 650 people.

If you wish to book any of these hotels, please call us on 02036037112