Our guide to the best value hotels and accommodation in Trondheim.
It’s worth organising your accommodation in Trondheim as early as possible to ensure the best choice, availability and value. Chains (especially Thon) dominate the compact downtown area but there are some independent choices available further afield.
A couple of new business hotels (Clarion Congress and Scandic Lerkendal) have increased the city’s capacity to host conferences and other major events. Because they primarily target business travellers, good offers can sometimes be found at these hotels on weekends. Search for the best deals in Trondheim.
Best luxury hotels in Trondheim
For more than ten consecutive years, the waterside Scandic Nidelven has won “Norway’s best breakfast”, and with good reason. One of the city’s most recognisable buildings, the Radisson Blu Royal Garden mimics the design of the old river warehouses which once stood in its place.
A short distance north of the city centre but very close to the Hurtigruten port, the Clarion Hotel & Congress is one of the largest convention hotels in all of Scandinavia. Find out more about the best luxury hotels in Trondheim.
Budget accommodation in Trondheim
Cheaper hotels do exist in Trondheim, but you have to look a little harder and book more in advance to secure a spot. The Pensjonat Jarlen is located just a few minutes away from the city’s market square, while the P-Hotels Brattøra is also well-located adjacent to the central railway station. For true budget-seekers, there are also a couple of hostels in and around the city. Find out more about the best budget hotels in Trondheim.