Passing through Trondheim on a two-day business trip I stayed at this city centre hotel and was pleasantly surprised. While these types of boutique city hotels tend to be purely functional, I found this one to have a nice combination of comfort and basic needs of short term…
Yes, we tend to stay at the Augustin while in Trondheim. This time, it was close to a disaster. There was ABSOLUTELY no place to stop at the hotel entrance. And we wanted/needed to empty the car! It is fair that the city has to renew its streets, but why don't they cater to the…
I got a very tiny room with a single sized bed and a small quilt. The room was very cold and quilt wasn't keeping me warm. I ended up calling the reception to see how I can increase the temperature in the room. The receptionist was nice and provided a portable heater to warm up…
First room I was offered had two small windows and was probably an attempt to exploit a corner in the hall. Complained and got a rom window. Very dusty, smelly and the bed was probably ok when it was placed in the room 20 years ago :-) Breakfast ok - nothing exceptional.
I will not visit this hotel again. The prices are in the upper-scale. The standard are in the lower scale. Noisy, trafic, loud in rooms. Poor shower. Too hot in the room and poor ventilation. Poor beds...small TV...no minibar
"Ask for rooms on top floors"
"The side street, where the office building stands, is noisy"
"Take the west side away from the street."
"Rooms with a view to the town square, on the upper floors are good, even though they face a good bit of traffic."
"Avoid room 524"