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Rica Nidelven Hotel – in the middle of Trondheim Centrum, 17 metres into the river.
The hotel opened in autumn 2003 and on the 1st of February 2009 Rica Nidelven Hotel became Trondheim’s biggest conference hotel with 351 rooms in different categories, many of them with beautiful view of the Nidelven river. After a good nights sleep you can enjoy Norway’s best breakfast. A great way to start the day!

The Conference Hall - Trondhjemssalen
Our new big conference hall is 510 square metres and has all the best of audiovisual equipment and a nice overview of the Nidelven river. The conference hall is flexible and can be split into two parts. The biggest one is 355 square metres and the other 155 square metres. It does also have a large moveable stage. Outside the conference hall there is a big foajè perfect for mingling and breaks.


The conference wing has its own entrance and a kitchen for gala dinners and big conferences. Almost all of our meeting rooms has windows with daylight and a nice view of the Nidelven river.

Green travel

Rica Nidelven Hotel has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

The Nordic Ecolabel - the Swan Environmental labelling for goods and services, hotels and restaurants Green travel

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Rica Nidelven Hotel – in the middle of Trondheim Centrum, 17 metres into the river. The hotel opened in autumn 2003 and on the 1st of February 2009...

Rica Nidelven Hotel

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