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Bruns Botell

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Bruns Botell is an apartment hotel in the city centre, close to the river Nidelven and the old warehouses. All rooms have kitchen, cable TV and free internet.

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Bruns Botell

Bruns Botell is an apartment hotel in the city centre, close to the river Nidelven and the old warehouses. All rooms have kitchen, cable TV and free...

Bruns Botell

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