Trondheim’s city centre is small and compact so regardless of which hotel you choose, the city’s attractions, restaurants and shops will be within easy walking distance.
Several of the hotels are geared towards larger conferences. This applies in particular to Scandic Lerkendal and Clarion Hotel & Congress Trondheim at Brattøra, but a number of other hotels are also suitable for such activities.
Scandic Nidelven is an extremely popular hotel, not least because of its breakfast, which has been voted the best hotel breakfast in Norway for the past 10 years running. Trondheim’s oldest hotel, Britannia Hotel, is also renowned for its good breakfasts (third place in 2015) and also its fantastic in-house spa section.
If you are looking for a more affordable option, one alternative is Bruns Botell in Kjøpmannsgata. All the rooms here are equipped with kitchenettes for self-catering. Another budget option is Trondheim Apartment Hotel at Lilleby, which also provides spacious rooms with cooking facilities. The latter is located just 50 metres from Lilleby Station. You can catch a train from here into Trondheim Central Station or to Trondheim Airport Værnes, for instance.
Trondheim Youth Hostel at Rosenborg has options including single and family rooms, in addition to dorms. The hostel was refurbished recently and maintains a good standard.
Sandmoen Bed & Breakfast at Heimdalsmyra south of Trondheim is an excellent alternative for anyone who is driving and would prefer to stay outside the city centre.
You will also find excellent camping grounds just outside Trondheim city centre, including Storsand Gård Camping, just south of Trondheim, and Flakk Camping, which is west of the city centre.