The hotel was quite easy to find and close to town, making it easy to walk back and forth a few times throughout our stay while not having to exhaust ourselves after the long journey it took to get there. The room was much bigger than I expected and perfect for what we needed. I would’ve loved to stay longer to appreciate more of the scenery and accommodations, but I was unfortunately only there for one night. The only thing I’d suggest is for them to add a little more to the breakfast as the place is advertised as a bed and breakfast, yet the food is very average and something I could’ve easily purchased at the grocery store. It wouldn’t hurt to have some soft boiled eggs, something quite simple to make and maybe some other warm side or oatmeal, something to give it that extra enjoyment that comes with being away from home and eating at a hotel. That’s what’s keeping me from giving the five star, as well as them not mentioning the code for getting back inside the place in the evenings. If it weren’t for us bumping into guests struggling, we would’ve never known. …
Quite a reasonable place to stay in order to save money and get a solid accommodation service. We did not get any meal offers inside the the Nidaros Pilgrim Centre but the available restaurants were approximately 10 minutes by foot.
Unbeatable location, right next to the cathedral and the river, just a stroll away from the old town. Simple breakfast but bottomless coffee. The staff were young (volunteers?) and friendly and professional. All clean and nothing to complain about.
I spend a week in this hotel during my stay at Trondheim. I was given a really basic and small room but it was clean and quiet. Nice buffet breakfast with bread, fruit, cheese, coffee, tea... I would recommend it
Nice hotel with hostel feeling. Great beds. Nice and cool room. No blinds so a bit light in the room. Small but clean bathroom. Breakfast ok. Lovely location by the canal and close to the cathedral and surronded by the historic surrondings.