Trondheim to the North Cape Hotels


Britannia Hotel

At a Glance


  • oozes charm
  • good restaurants


  • extremely expensive
  • rooms vary in quality

Britannia Hotel Review

When it opened in 1897, the Britannia was Trondheim's first great luxury hotel. The well-appointed rooms come in a variety of styles, including rooms designed for women travelers and third-floor rooms featuring works by artists who have stayed at the hotel over the years. The hardest part might be deciding which of its restaurants to eat in. The elegant Palmehaven Restaurant, popular for special occasions, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner; on the weekend, you can dance to live orchestra music. The Jonathan Restaurant is more rustic and laid-back, and the Hjørnet Bar & Brasserie is ideal for a quick bite. At the spa, you can relax in the swimming pool, floating pool, saunas, gym, and treatment rooms.

    Hotel Details

  • 241 rooms, 6 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 10-28-2012

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