The hotel is located close to a harbour, though it was not that easy to reach with a car due to a large number of one way streets in this area. It is placed in a historic building and its inside look is also old style, quite heavy and dark. The hotel offered relatively good value for a one night stay, though there was no complimentary car park available and the street parking was the most expensive across all cities of Norway that I visited along the trip.
Overall cleanliness was OK and all the basic amenities were in place including wireless internet access. On the good sides, there was a complimentary tee and coffee service in the lobby.
The breakfast area was not very large but suitable at least early in the morning. The choice of food was OK though not everything was in good shape (e.g. burnt sausages).
To sum I can recommend the hotel for short stays, but do not expect too much comparing with other Norwegian hotels.More
- Free Wifi
- Breakfast included