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Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge

Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge Photo: Britannia Hotel Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge Photo: Britannia Hotel
Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge Photo: Britannia Hotel
Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge Photo: Britannia Hotel

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The beautifully appointed Librarylounge is reminiscent of the atmosphere of an English traditional club. It is the place to have an aperitif while you study the menu, or enjoy a cognac or a liqueur after your meal before a dance in the Speilsalen.

Green travel

Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

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Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge - Photo: Britannia Hotel

Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge

The beautifully appointed Librarylounge is reminiscent of the atmosphere of an English traditional club. It is the place to have an aperitif while you...

Britannia Hotel, Library Lounge

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