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Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel

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  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Fitness room
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Sauna
  • Breakfast included

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One of  Trondheim largest hotels, the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel is also one of the finest venues for Trondheim meetings and events.

This hotel features a conference centre that spans more than 1,300 square metres and can host intimate Trondheim meetings or events for up to 650 guests in its Olav Tryggvason hall, which also has adjoining meeting rooms ideal for parallel sessions and exhibitions.

The hotel's congress centre, which has a 1,000-person capacity, is suitable for banquets and parties. This hall can also be used as a concert arena for various types of shows.

There are also suitable rooms for smaller events. Cicignon has a maximum capacity of 230 guests. Prins Olav can seat up to 80 people and also offers a separate room for an additional 20 guests.

The hotel offers tailor-made dinners and banquets.

Green travel

Radisson Blu Royal Garden 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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Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Fitness room
  • Internet access in public areas
  • Sauna
  • Breakfast included

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One of  Trondheim largest hotels, the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel is also one of the finest venues for Trondheim meetings and events. This hotel...

Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel

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