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Pensjonat Jarlen

Pension Jarlen is located in central Trondheim. Provides good and affordable accommodation from single rooms up to 6-bedded rooms with a fully equippe...

Trondheim

Trondheim Apartment Hotel

Feel at home in our fully furnished and equipped rooms, apartments and suites....

Heimdal

Sandmoen Bed & Breakfast

Feel at home in our light, modern rooms and apartments. All the rooms are equipped with separate bathroom and kitchen, so you are free to cook your o...

Trondheim

Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel

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...

Trondheim

Best Western Chesterfield Hotel

The Best Western Chesterfield Hotel is a charming centrally located hotel in downtown Trondheim, within walking distance to shopping, restaurants, pub...

Trondheim

Best Western Nova Hotel Meeting and Conference

Best Western Nova Hotel course and conference rooms offer great flexibility and the best conditions for the accomplishment of meetings, courses, confer...

Tiller

Quality Hotel Panorama

Quality Hotel Panorama is situated by E6 8 km south of Trondheim. Close to several shopping centres. We can offer free sauna, a fantastic breakfast bu...

Trondheim

Nidaros Pilgrim Centre (accomodation)

The Nidaros Pilgrim´s Hostel is beautifully situated at the shores of the Nidelven river, right next to the Nidaros Cathedral. The hostel is a meeting...

Trondheim

Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav

The Clarion Collection Hotel Grand Olav is the perfect choice for individuals both on business or leisure. Spacious rooms gives comfortable working co...

Trondheim

Scandic Nidelven Hotel

Scandic Nidelven Hotel – in the middle of Trondheim Centrum, 17 metres into the river. The hotel opened in autumn 2003 and is one of Trondheim’s bigge...
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