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73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel)

73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel) Photo: Radisson Blu Royal Garden
73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel) Photo: Radisson Blu Royal Garden

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This hotel bar in Trondheim is strategically placed in the lobby, making it a natural meeting place. In addition to the Super Breakfast Buffet, guests can enjoy tasty dishes from the lunch and dinner menu at this hotel bar in Trondheim. They also can enjoy a coffee or a thirst-quenching drink.

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73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel) - Photo: Radisson Blu Royal Garden

73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel)

This hotel bar in Trondheim is strategically placed in the lobby, making it a natural meeting place. In addition to the Super Breakfast Buffet, guests...

73 Bar and Restaurant (Royal Garden Hotel)

Source: Visitnorway

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